Not a dry eye in the house (well, maybe two). Even the piano sobbed. Capitalizing on the strong and schmaltzy traditions of Yiddish theater, Aaron Posner builds on his 1999 success, "The Chosen,"…
George Steel will take over as general manager and artistic director of New York City Opera Feb. 1.
Off Broadway performance space The Zipper Factory has suddenly shuttered, yanking all its upcoming programming effective immediately.
Samantha Mathis and Colin Hanks are among the thesps who will appear alongside Jane Fonda in the upcoming Broadway play "33 Variations."
It's not just the financial downturn that makes Steve Thompson's satirical expose of the backstabbing antics of City bond traders feel dated and superfluous. It's the overfamiliarity of the material…
A new push into the growing market for closed-circuit screenings of stage productions in movie theaters and a new play reuniting "The History Boys" scribe Alan Bennett and director Nicholas Hytner…
Barnes and Noble's drama section will be getting a workout: The chain's Lincoln Triangle store in Gotham will host "New Vic Sneak Peeks and Adventures," a five-part series featuring the midtown-based…
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do" is designed to be a tunesmith showcase, but a simplistic, undernourished book provides scant support for the pop songs of '50s/'60s composer and teen icon Neil Sedaka.
Los Angeles has not lacked for productions of Arthur Schnitzler's "La Ronde," from Peter Lefcourt's Hollywood update "La Ronde de Lunch 2000" to TheSpyAnts version set in 1979 Studio 54.
Hunter Foster ("Urinetown"), Fred Applegate ("Young Frankenstein") and Sebastian Arcelus ("Jersey Boys") are among the thesps joining Joanna Gleason in the world preem of "Happiness" at Lincoln…
Kate Mulgrew will topline the Paper Mill Playhouse production of "Master Class," with the thesp starring as opera diva Maria Callas.