The Signature Theater's fascinating archeological dig through the history of the Negro Ensemble Company continues with a handsome revival of Samm-Art Williams' gentle "Home," a play that wears its…
Official Washington doffed its cap Sunday to six titans of the performing arts at the 31st annual Kennedy Center Honors.
It's amazing how an infusion of cash can transform a show. "Slava's Snowshow," an offbeat, otherworldly clown show created by master Russian clown Slava Polunin, has cleaned up its endearingly…
There was a ghostly presence at the White House this weekend, but no one mentioned it -- not even Barbra Streisand, who tends to pop off about things like this.
Is there a future for "James and the Giant Peach," a tuner based on Roald Dahl's 1982 children's book?
Even opera is jumping on the discount ticket bandwagon.
The Kennedy Center has commissioned a new adaptation of author E.B. White's 1970 children's tale, "The Trumpet of the Swan," as an 80-minute reading accompanied by original music from Jason Robert…
For decades, international theatrical visionaries have sought to liberate the true essence of Chekhov's plays from the comfortable warmth of samovar and tea-cozy, box-set naturalism.
With its Dec. 2 announcement that Philip J. Smith and Robert E. Wankel would become the new co-CEOs, the Shubert Organization signaled its embrace of stability in uncertain times.
Every show in the Broadway top 10 grossed more than $1 million in Week 27 (Nov. 24-30), a healthy holiday frame dominated by crowdpleasing tuners.
The road saw a 17.8% bump in Week 27 (Nov. 24-30), bringing the total gross for the 14-show slate to $13,063,118.