The visa application for Austrian actor Martin Niedermair has been rejected by the Dept. of Homeland Security, forcing UCLA Live to cancel the first production of its Intl. Theater Festival.
Paige Davis and Rebecca Gayheart rotate into the cast of "Boeing-Boeing" next week, joining recent replacement thesps Greg Germann and Missi Pyle in the Tony-winning revival.
F. Murray Abraham ("Mauritius") and George Hearn ("Sweeney Todd") topline the cast of an October reading of the brewing tuner version of "Grumpy Old Men."
New Broadway tuner "A Tale of Two Cities" revolted against the critics last week, with the musical -- largely panned after its Sept. 25 opening -- logging the largest box office bump of a frame in…
When this latest modern-dress version of Sophocles' "Antigone" begins with the chorus declaiming "We, the People" and the Oedipus clan decrying "Family is forever," one braces for another…
New York City Opera has commissioned composer Philip Glass ("Koyaanisqatsi," "The Hours") to pen an opera about Walt Disney, to be staged in collaboration with Brit legit troupe Improbable.
The upcoming Rialto revival of "West Side Story" has marked its turf at the Palace Theater, the venue soon to be vacated by "Legally Blonde."
Shubert Org chairman Gerald Schoenfeld and Joel Klein, chancellor of the New York City Dept. of Education, will be the recipients of the Broadway League's first Schoenfeld Vision for Arts in…
Scribes Stephen Belber and Stephen Adly Guirgis; helmers Carolyn Cantor and John Gould Rubin; and thesps Eric Bogosian, Michael Stuhlbarg, John Ortiz and Daphne Rubin-Vega are among the creatives…
"The Modern International Dead" is tough stuff. Damien Millar's second play about peacekeepers and aid workers travels to the sites of war and refugee camps, places that have witnessed some of the…
Politics and religion are incendiary subjects onstage, especially during the home stretch of a presidential election.