U.S. movie audiences have already seen the story of "Mrs. Doubtfire" unfold on the bigscreen; now, everyone's favorite housekeeper may be making a comeback in the American theater.
Any week that gives Broadway a $2,340,396 boost -- or 20.3% increase at the box office -- is something to be thankful for. The holiday session, though, set no records. Far from it. The total tally of…
Less than five months after CAPA took over the running of New Haven's Shubert Theater, CAPA president Douglas F. Kridler has announced that he's leaving the three-pronged organization to assume the…
A few hundred downtown-based thesps will be singing the Petula Clark hit "Downtown" in Washington Square Park Friday afternoon.
"Medea" won two top prizes at the 47th annual Evening Standard Theater Awards Monday at London's Savoy Hotel, while best musical production went to a Broadway export, "Kiss Me, Kate," over local…
Michael Frayn's Tony-winning play now embarking on its national tour at the Wilshire in Los Angeles, is a meaty work indeed, taking on such substantial stuff as nuclear physics, the history of WWII…
Helmer and playwright Jean-Michel Ribes was named director of the Theatre du Rond-Point Wednesday by culture and communication minister Catherine Tasca, and Bertrand Delanoe, the mayor of Paris.
Venality is on parade at the Arden Theater, which is providing a fine world-premiere production for Michael Ogborn's disturbing musical "Baby Case." Inspired by the O.J. Simpson media carnival…
Marie Jones proves she's a local girl at heart with this small-scale musical extravaganza celebrating the cycles of life in an East Belfast Protestant community. The cultural specificity of the show…
Will there always be an England? In theatrical terms, undoubtedly -- at least as long as the West End continues to offer up productions such as "The Play What I Wrote," an endearing tribute to…