Alan Cumming was obviously destined from the cradle to play Dionysus -- in corkscrew curls, girly makeup, and gold lame kilt, no less.
Spike Lee will film the Broadway tuner "Passing Strange." Helmer will shoot three perfs -- two with auds and one without -- of the critically lauded but sales-challenged musical, according to online…
The Old Globe's lovely but empty "Romeo and Juliet" plays the first half as a blithe Italian Renaissance romantic comedy, until an inadvertent misstep suddenly plunges all concerned into chiaroscuro…
It's curtains for the board chairman, president and executive director of Stamford Center for the Arts, all of whom resigned last week from the 25-year-old Connecticut not-for-profit presenting…
Playwrights David Lindsay-Abaire, Noah Haidle and Liz Flahive are the recipients of Manhattan Theater Club's first Bank of America commissioning program for new American plays from emerging and…
Spiegelworld NYC will return to Gotham for a third consecutive summer, with the nouveau carnie performance catch-all hitting the South Street Seaport Aug. 6-Nov. 2.
Following its premiere at the Gate Theater, Dublin, in August, Rupert Goold's production of Harold Pinter's "No Man's Land" will transfer to London's West End, beginning previews Sept. 27 at the Duke…
The legal dispute between the Broadway creatives of "Urinetown" and an Ohio production accused of plagiarizing elements of the Rialto staging has been settled.
Writer's block and failed idealism atop the craggy cliffs of Cornwall circa WWI is hardly the obvious stuff of old-fashioned summertime comedy.
Workers at Milan's La Scala are threatening strike action next week that would cancel the first three performances of "La Boheme" at the world famous opera house.
Actors' Equity Assn. and the Broadway League struck a tentative deal for a new production contract early Wednesday, following an all-night work session that finished around 5:30 a.m.