Before directing the smash Broadway hit "The Producers," Susan Stroman delivered the 2000 Tony-winning musical "Contact."
Carmen Electra has just signed a two-year contract to star in "Lumiere," a new multimedia production show bowing at the Aladdin Resort early next year.
The decibel level is certainly high, but for all the raging confrontations that make up John Patrick Shanley's "Where's My Money?" -- the title itself is aptly aggressive -- the play's impact is not…
Broadway took Fourth of July week in stride, with a negligible decrease of $299,753 -- a 2.3% droplet from the previous session -- as the total tally rounded out at $12,466,467.
In this production, imaginatively staged by Ellen Geer (daughter of actor-activist Will Geer of "The Waltons"), a thoroughly energetic and committed ensemble offers a rousing revival of Marc…
The Brooklyn Academy of Music has announced a number of new theater projects for its 19th annual Next Wave Festival.
Kathleen Chalfant ("Wit") has been signed by the Hartford Stage Co. Chalfant was to have opened New Haven's Long Wharf Theater's 2001-02 season playing Madame Ranevskaya in Chekhov's "The Cherry O
"Charlie Victor Romeo," a docudrama piece taken from the transcripts of cockpit voice recorders following airplane crashes, becomes a testament to how humans react under the most stressful situations…
The National Alliance for Musical Theater will host its 2001 Festival of New Musicals Sept. 23 and 24 at the Douglas Fairbanks and John Houseman Theaters.
The return of Gary Sinise, the absence of Reba McEntire and the closings of "The Invention of Love" and "King Hedley II" pulled Broadway's B.O. every which way last week.
For all-embracing eclecticism and physical risk-taking, Moscow's Taganka Theater under its legendary founding director Yuri Lyubimov may be beyond compare.