Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman apparently pronounced the word "in-ter-est-ing" making sure all the syllables were distinct. And, as depicted by Alan Alda in Peter Parnell's play…
"Flashdance" will soon be a stage musical. The Adrian Lyne-directed film has been packaged as a legit vehicle by the touring division of William Morris, which expects to have the tuner up and running…
Out with Easter, in with the more pagan Carnivale. Radio City Entertainment previewed its "Carnivale Spectacular" for group sales and potential sponsors Wednesday morning, even though the full-scale…
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The new Off Broadway musical "Bat Boy" is making theatrical history in at least one respect: Surely this is the first show to take the stage "licensed under agreement with Weekly World News."
In his pre-curtain speech, executive director and producer James A. Blackman III says the Civic Light Opera of South Bay Cities' big-budget ($750,000), opulently produced revival of the 1997 Tony…
Last year, also around St. Patrick's Day, South Coast Rep presented Martin McDonagh's "Beauty Queen of Leenane," a nasty thriller of a play about a hateful Irish mother and daughter. Now the theater…
They've bleedin' done it. That sentence would never be condoned by Jonathan Pryce's Henry Higgins, a fierce proponent of the full glories of the English language. But the happy news emanating from…
Gap ads of recent vintage seem to have been among the inspirations for Mark Lamos' playful and poignant new production of Handel's "Acis and Galatea" at City Opera. Everyone's in khaki for this…
Just a few months after moving into its new $46 million theater complex in Chicago's Loop, the Goodman Theater has run into labor troubles.
Mild weather brought a mild boost to Broadway in Week 41 (March 5-11), raising the week's total net to $11,031,607, an increase of 5.7%. Attendance inched up to 205,289, a rise of 7.3%.
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