Now, it's the ladies' turn. After a year rife with male artistic directors announcing their intention to move on, Jenny Topper and Jude Kelly -- two of the British theater's leading female a.d.'s…
Two prominent D.C. area resident theaters, the Studio Theater and Olney Theater Center for the Arts, have launched aggressive expansion programs to create new performance and administrative spaces.
Jeffrey Richards will bring the stage version of "Enchanted April" to Broadway in early fall 2002. Elizabeth von Arnim's story of four English women who spend a month in an Italian villa first…
Autumn in New York has been full of unhappy surprises, to put it mildly, which may be why it's the happiest surprise in a week of London theatergoing that is likely to linger longest in the memory.
With all concerned immodestly declaring an imminent smash hit, Windy City media got its first whiff of "Sweet Smell of Success" at a press conference held in the basement of the Oriental Theater this…
Two musicals that didn't make it on Broadway in the 1970s will get another chance from Goodspeed Musicals in 2002.
Is Martha Stewart now selling show music by the yard at K-mart, in a do-it-yourself booth hard by the flatware display and the potted plants? So one might conclude after a visit to "Summer of '42," a…
Off Broadway's holiday stockings are looking empty. While the Mayor's Office is in the process of buying $2.5 million in Broadway tickets (Daily Variety, Dec. 14), legit shows housed in theaters with…
Urban anomie is sliced, diced and served up as tasty canapes in Melissa James Gibson's clever, very adorable new play, "[sic]" (sic), a fractured comedy about a trio of overeducated and underemployed…
Never festive, mid-December B.O. went into its usual slump as 28 productions brought in $12,219,388, down 4.76% -- or $611,323 -- from the previous session. In recent weeks, the theater season has…