With their new musical "Roadside," Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt have taken on one of the pressing issues of our day: the conflict between free-spirited cowboys and community-minded farmers.
Producers Anita Waxman and Elizabeth Williams have confirmed plans to transfer the Donmar Warehouse's upcoming productions of "Uncle Vanya" and "Twelfth Night" to Broadway in spring 2003.
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
Just as the ads promise, there is, indeed, a live chicken in this show. But the chicken turns out to be one of the more mundane elements in this bizarre treatise on the nature of love, which…
If the Denver figures are any indication, "The Lion King" soon will be king of the road. Single-ticket sales for the Disney musical began Nov. 25 and in that first day generated sales of 25,377…
The Andrew Lloyd Webber/Alan Ayckbourn musical will close Dec. 30 after 16 previews and 72 regular performances. The show's producer, Goodspeed Musicals, originally announced a limited engagement…
Sam Mendes will say goodbye to the Donmar Warehouse almost exactly a year from now, after presiding over a 10th anniversary season ripe with American plays -- the U.K. premiere of "Proof" included…
There's a new Broadway-size stage to be filled in Connecticut, Hartford's grand 907-seat Belding Theater. Along with its adjoining 210-seat cabaret-style space, the Belding is part of the…
The U.K.'s annual Royal Variety Performance took an explicit turn Monday night when the Broadway cast of "The Full Monty" bared all before Queen Elizabeth and other members of the British royal…
Kenneth Lonergan has revised his 1999 "The Waverly Gallery" since its two-month run Off Broadway in 2000, and not necessarily for the better. A major element of his revision is the reinstatement of a…