"The Who's Tommy" and "Kiss of the Spider Woman" each nabbed 11 Tony Award nominations Monday, tying for the top spot among contenders for Broadway's highest honors.
Blackfriars Theater has no permanent home, but it's ready to hit the road in a big way. The little company, evicted in January when a new owner took over the downtown hotel that housed the 80-seat…
A court in the United Arab Emirates not only thought a play was awful, but slapped the lead actor and director with 10 years each in the local prison.
This tunefest is more a concert than a play, but the music is terrific and the performers likable, so it may help buoy the shaky finances of the San Diego Rep.
The stage version of Walt Disney Co.'s animated hit "Beauty and the Beast" will have its world premiere Dec. 2 in Houston, company exex announced Wednesday.
In a local interview some years back, Edward Albee was asked about the extensive output of fellow playwright Sam Shepard. Albee replied with something like, "He writes good plays -- about every third…
Whatever serious artistic consideration tango is given in its native land has been undercut in this country by decades of parodies and sketch comedy skewering that reduce the South American import to…
The Broadway stage makes a fitting arena for Lynn Redgrave's memoir-as-theater, "Shakespeare for My Father."
"Leona," despite the non-verbal presence of three other actors on stage, is a one-woman show that follows the almost 30-year "claw-your-way-to-the-top" career of Leona Helmsley.
With "Angels in America," the final offering of the 1992-93 Broadway season, gay playwriting comes blazingly to the front lines of the American theater, restoring in the bargain some of Broadway's…