An unproduced Ingmar Bergman film script, "A Spiritual Matter," is being made into an opera written by Italian composer Luca Francesconi.
It may not be the last word in cutting-edge innovation, but Disney's "High School Musical" has every right to feel pleased with itself. The stage version spun from the telepic franchise just arrived…
Taylor Mac's drag show raises thorny questions to which we will perhaps never know the answers. Among them: How does he get the glitter to stay on his nipples?
The optimism, innocence and breezy charm of certain mid-'50s musicals can be like a cure-all tonic, which makes "Damn Yankees" the right kind of show for an America plagued by soaring gas prices and…
Raul Esparza will star opposite Jeremy Piven in the upcoming Broadway revival of David Mamet's "Speed-the-Plow."
Splendid, spirited actress though she is, Jan Maxwell can't overcome the fatigue factor in the Art-vs.-Authority arguments advanced by Howard Barker in his 1986 didacto-drama, "Scenes From an…
"Passing Strange" has called it quits, with the critically praised, sales-challenged Broadway musical set to close July 20.
Returning to the Ahmanson, the venue whence it departed for its Broadway odyssey (20 months, 674 perfs, five Tonys), "The Drowsy Chaperone" has lost none of its joie de vivre.
Rupert Goold and Ben Power's audacious new version of "Six Characters in Search of an Author" transports Pirandello's 1921 masterpiece into the contemporary world of documentary television -- and of…
James Braly looks like he could use a stiff drink. Nobody knows the troubles he's seen: his wife breastfeeds their 4- and 6-year-old boys, and that's on her sane days. But after a few minutes, Braly…
New Broadway-targeted tuner "Angels" will be the first to take advantage of tax credits offered to live performance producers by the state of Louisiana in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.