Time travel has not been an entirely happy experience for Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart's "A Connecticut Yankee." The 1927 hit was revived in 1943, mere months after Rodgers and his new partner…
Kim Cattrall and Elisabeth Shue are in negotiations with Dream Street Theatrical Group to headline a Broadway production of Tennessee Williams' 1947 classic "A Streetcar Named Desire."
John Henry Redwood's latest paean to the strength of self-sacrificial black women is likely to become a Black History Month favorite in the regionals, as has his earlier work "The Old Settler." This…
Great literature -- from Wordsworth and Dr. Johnson onward -- gets extensively quoted in "Japes," and Simon Gray's disappointing new play might be vastly improved if Gray's own language this time…
The American premiere of Alan Ayckbourn's two interconnected and simultaneously staged dramas provides a perfect opportunity for the Goodman Theater to showcase its spiffy new two-theater facility in…
"I've got something on everyone," gloats Eddie (Henry Goodman) not long into "Feelgood," but not every script, Alistair Beaton's intermittently hilarious and inadvertently up-to-the-minute satire…
If you sliced up a couple episodes of "Law and Order" and put the pieces back together in random order, you might come up with something resembling Kia Corthron's "Force Continuum," a decidedly…
Joel Wayne, executive vice president of creative advertising at Warner Bros. Pictures, will receive a new award, honoring achievement in motion picture advertising, at ShoWest 2001.
Signature Theater's Eric Schaeffer now has two jobs, maybe three.
London's Vaudeville Theatre has changed ownership, with Max Weitzenhoffer purchasing it from Vaudeville Enterprises, which will continue to manage the venue.
The Jonathan Larson Performing Arts Foundation announced recipients of its annual awards on Thursday at the Rihga Royal's Gershwin Room. Winners included several newcomers to the musical theater, as…