Reality may be big on TV, but clearly some American teenagers are finding plenty of fertile material in their own imaginations, if the four short plays in this year's Young Playwrights Festival…
Add one more starry revival to Broadway's spring 2002 season. Billy Crudup looks ready to headline as the grossly deformed John Merrick in "The Elephant Man," by Bernard Pomerance, first performed on…
Samantha Mathis will star opposite Chris O'Donnell in the Roundabout Theater Co.'s upcoming Broadway revival of Arthur Miller's first play, "The Man Who Had All The Luck."
After unconfirmed reports that Nathan Lane would not perform in "The Producers" on Wednesday matinees (Daily Variety, Nov. 6), the show's producers have released a statement that the star would skip…
A big personality can be both a help and a hindrance for an actor. Just ask Elaine Stritch, whose outsized presence is on major display in her captivating solo show at the Public Theater. Stritch has…
Paul Newman is returning to the 1956 TV role that led to his first successful film gig, Rocky Graziano in "Somebody Up There Likes Me."
Taking its cue from the Biblical book of Esther, Susan Dworkin's ambitious musical "The Book of Candy," adapted from her novel, chronicles the turbulent odyssey of a self-proclaimed Jewish American…
Dutch entrepreneur Joop van den Ende's Stage Holding Germany and Germany's Stella Entertainment have inked a 50/50 joint venture to bring new music productions to Hamburg's Light Opera House.
Radio City Entertainment has yanked its $30 million production "Carnivale Spectacular" from the Music Hall's spring schedule. The show had been set to debut next May.
What was unsettling in 1958 is just as unnerving now in the Matrix Theater's production of Harold Pinter's "The Birthday Party." Pinter subjected the comedy of keeping up appearances to an intimate…