Once again exploring the collateral damage in the lives of jazzmen, Warren Leight applies a lighter touch in "Glimmer, Glimmer and Shine," his first play since the award-winning "Side Man."
Robert Woodruff will become the new artistic director of the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Mass., when founding a.d. Robert Brustein steps down at the end of next season.
David Burtka and Spencer Kayden are the recipients of the 56th annual Clarence Derwent Awards, which honor the most promising performers on Gotham stages.
Theater Communications Group releases its annual report on not-for-profit theaters this week. A few key facts in "Theater Facts 2000."
"I'm hooked!" exclaims Don Schlitz. His "Adventures of Tom Sawyer" may have had the shortest life span of any Broadway show this season (21 perfs) but the acclaimed songwriter is not going the route…
"The Full Monty" tour opens in Toronto on May 21, one year to the day of its first perf at San Diego's Old Globe. From the Elgin Theater, it travels to Chicago's Shubert (Sept. 3), Washington's…
The Nederlanders' production of Kevin Murphy and Dan Studney's tuner "Reefer Madness" looked like a shoo-in for the Variety Arts this summer, following the exit of "Dinner with Friends" on May 27.
The Tony telecast has always been a prime showcase for excerpts from the year's nominated musicals, but in recent years attempts to showcase plays have come in for heavy criticism.
Tom Selleck's presence in his stage debut is as formidable as on TV and movie screens. Selleck fans will adore him even more in person; fans of Herb Gardner's "A Thousand Clowns" will be comparing…
The 24-year-old Shakespeare & Co. is facing a watershed summer. It will stage its final productions at its original home, Edith Wharton's Lenox, Mass., estate, and present its first productions at…