The road to hell is paved with good intentions, they say, but surely similar material is used in laying the path to tedium? "The Guys," a new play by Anne Nelson, is a case in point.
Antonio Banderas will make his Broadway debut in a revival of the 1982 hit musical "Nine," based on Federico Fellini's classic "8-1/2."
At its most appealing, Turkish-American playwright Sinan Unel's "Pera Palas" is a campy comic melodrama replete with both male and female transvestism. Diverting in act one, the play attempts heavier…
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
When Tennessee Williams died in 1983, he left behind a vast trove of letters. New Directions has published the first volume, covering 1920-45, and Steve Lawson has adapted a selection into a polished…
Road grosses slid by a small 1.6% during Week 33 (Jan. 7-13), dipping to $13,493,637.
The Martin Luther King holiday produced a slight bump in Broadway B.O. last week with most productions showing an improvement. Total receipts, however, were down $836,026 -- off 7.65% from the…
Michael Grandage was appointed the next artistic director Tuesday of the Donmar Warehouse, confirming long-standing speculation that the 39-year-old actor-turned-director was the heir apparent to…
Dael Orlandersmith's new play is a beautiful coming-of-age tale that explores the internalized racism that separates a light-skinned African-American young man, or "high-yella," from the big…
The press got its first whiff of the Broadway-bound "Sweet Smell of Success" in Chicago last week, and most agreed the musical did not yet have the aroma of an unmistakable hit.