Barbara Eden and Don Knotts will star in a 12-city tour of Neil Simon's "Last of the Red Hot Lovers," beginning March 16 in Detroit and running through July 4 .
Here is the latest movie-based Broadway musical and the latest failure, though by virtue of its pedigree, stars and strong advance sale in a dry season, one that will probably take longer than its…
Character actor Leslie Jordan's one-act musical comedy about a lunatic Southern Baptist family is semi-autobiographical, bittersweet and hilarious. His endearing stage presence is supported by a…
Encompassing a period of 25 years at the close of the 19th century, the play focuses on a humanistic young widow Elizabeth Dahlgren (Gloria Bigler) and her wooing and subsequent marriage to Harry…
In a wonderful one-man show, writer and actor John Posey portrays a cast of characters from a small Georgia town where nearly everyone obsesses over one thing: football, especially the local high…
The ambitious "B/C Historia" explores 13 centuries of the intermingling histories of Latinos and blacks. Though the work bogs down under the weight of writer/director C. Bernard Jackson's extensive…
Playwright Arthur Miller will receive the Writers Guild of America, East's Evelyn F. Burkey Award for his contributions to the writing community.
Fractious contract negotiations between Actors' Equity Assn. and the League of Resident Theaters concluded last weekend in a surprise, down-to-the-wire agreement.
Robert M. Young has replaced Marcus de Leon as director on "Roosters," KCET's first theatrical production.
Steve Coleman and his cohorts are out to break the stranglehold that the neo-boppers and Fuzak purveyors have over the jazz scene these days. They are doing it with a potent, explosive injection of…