Ricky Jay speaks infrequently about himself in his one-man show "Ricky Jay and his 52 Assistants," which does not mean it is not autobiographical. "52 Assistants" is about as open as the…
A new mini-tuner by Terrence McNally and plays by Eduardo Machado and Keith Reddin are among the shows on the bill for Summer Shorts 2, a second outing for the Off Broadway fest of brief legit works…
Elizabeth Marvel will star in the world premiere of Michael Weller's two-character drama "Fifty Words," beginning previews Sept. 10 for a Sept. 28 opening at Off Broadway's Lucille Lortel Theater.
The centerpiece of this summer's Lincoln Center Festival, "Die Soldaten" arrives on a justified wave of acclaim from Germany's RuhrTriennale, where it had its first performances two years ago.
Broadway producers Daryl Roth ("Proof") and Hal Luftig ("Legally Blonde") have begun development on a new tuner based on the 2006 pic "Kinky Boots."
William Friedkin will direct the premiere of the opera "An Inconvenient Truth," which will debut at La Scala in Milan on May 11, 2011.
A strike at La Scala has forced the opera house to cancel Monday's opening performance of Puccini's "La Boheme," produced by Franco Zeffirelli. Perfs on Wednesday and Friday have also been called off.
Neena Beber's "Italian Sojourn" will replace Craig Wright's play "Mistakes Were Made" in one of the developmental slots at the 2008 National Playwrights Conference at the Eugene O'Neill Theater…
Gotham legit stalwart Brian Murray rounds out the cast of "To Be or Not to Be," the upcoming Broadway adaptation of the 1942 pic that kicks off the Manhattan Theater Club season in September.
The usual Fourth of July slowdown coupled with the recent post-Tony closings of three productions helped contribute to the steepest July 4 dip at the Broadway box office since 2004.
Larry Harmon, who turned the character Bozo the Clown into a show business staple and ran a lucrative licensing empire, died July 3 of congestive heart failure in Los Angeles. He was 83.