Whether its pro-sex (and sex education) gist will prove persuasive to heartland audiences remains an open question, but the launch of the touring edition of "Spring Awakening" in San Francisco…
Endgame Entertainment's "A Chorus Line" docu "Every Little Step" sold to Sony Pictures Classics, which is acquiring North American and Australian rights for a mid-six-figure minimum guarantee.
The soulful strains of a loping Sidney Bechet soprano sax set the mood for dusk in the French Quarter, and once again Blanche DuBois arrives upon "A Streetcar Named Desire."
Think "Little Big Man" meets the Bard and you'll have some idea of the narrative sweep, thematic reach and whiz-bang theatricality surrounding Richard Nelson's "How Shakespeare Won the West," the…
The Signature Theater in Arlington, Va., will mount a revamped production of "Les Miserables" at its intimate 280-seat black box theater in December under special arrangement with producer Cameron…
Writer-director Roger Bean has turned harmless musical nostalgia into a career. He's crafted jukebox tuners out of WWII ditties and radio jingles, but his crowning achievement is "The Marvelous…
Taking advantage of some recent Rialto sked juggling, "The Seagull," the Broadway transfer of the Royal Court production starring Kristin Scott Thomas and Peter Sarsgaard, will now open Oct. 2…
James Lapine will create a revue of Stephen Sondheim tunes called "iSondheim: aMusical Revue," preeming at Atlanta's Alliance Theater in April.
Christopher Shinn's engrossing new drama delivers a cumulative emotional punch that ultimately matches its thematic audacity.
Only after the show is over, when there's a chance to sit and ponder the dying mother, the empty birthday party and the hidden infidelities, do Fosse's finer points eventually reveal themselves.
"Shrek the Musical," which opened here Sept. 10 in its pre-Broadway engagement, has been percolating for five years, including three readings, a seven-week workshop and a month of previews.