Doo-wop singers, mob guys and a very good edition of the Yankees -- life could not be more colorful or clear-cut for young Calogero Palminteri, who learned life's major lessons during the 1960s on a…
A quartet of monologues set during a Minnesota heatwave, "A Great Place to Be From" brushes against beautiful moments, but Lasca's writing always underlines the beauty.
"Shrek the Musical," DreamWorks Theatricals' first outing that's now in tryouts at Seattle's 5th Avenue Theater, has got a lot in the plus column: a magical setting, a winning hero and heroine, a…
Off Broadway's Public Theater will beef up its Rialto producing duties for the upcoming Broadway transfer of "Hair," the current Shakespeare in the Park offering now confirmed to hit the Main Stem…
Producers David Permut and Mark Travis are mobilizing a one-man show about actor-turned-president Ronald Reagan.
Anyone who ever groaned while a mediocre actor droned on about his craft, or yawned as a pompous artist expounded at length on the integrity of his vision or the heroic struggle of his journey, will…
Joseph Stein and Stan Daniels' "Enter Laughing" is the 32-year-old musicalization of Stein's 45-year-old comedy adaptation of Carl Reiner's 50-year-old memoir.
Alan Cohen, formerly the director of communications at the Broadway League, has formed a coaching and consulting company dubbed Acts of Balance, geared toward arts professionals.
Sexual preference is fluid, Christianity is a political force and coveting a role on a reality TV show is a legitimate pursuit in Stephen Carleton's "The Narcissist," set in a true-to-life feeling…
Tony-winning Broadway tuner "In the Heights" picked up the Actors' Equity ACCA Award, given to an outstanding Broadway chorus from the past season.
Richard Monette, the Canadian legiter who led the Stratford Shakespeare Festival through 14 seasons, died Tuesday night of a pulmonary embolism at a hospital in London, Ontario. He was 64.