Directed by Diane Paulus with fluid physicality and performed with passionate conviction by its young cast, the presentation demonstrated that this landmark Vietnam-era rock musical could still…
British playwright, screenwriter and memoirist Simon Gray died Wednesday in London. He was 71 and had previously been diagnosed with cancer.
Director Peter Kass, whom Clifford Odets handpicked to helm the first production of the playwright's "The Country Girl" when it tried out in New Hampshire, died Monday in New York City. He was 85.
Setting "The Merry Wives of Windsor" in the American Wild West invests Shakespeare's thinnest, most weakly plotted comedy with pleasant heft.
Norbert Leo Butz will co-star with Elizabeth Marvel in "Fifty Words," the new two-hander by Michael Weller that kicks off the 2008-09 season for Off Broadway's MCC Theater.
London's Royal Court Theater will celebrate Caryl Churchill's 70th birthday this fall with a series of 10 readings of the playwright's work, all helmed by fellow legit scribes.
When "Half a Sixpence" transferred from the West End to Broadway in 1965, the tuner had the ingratiating Brit charmer Tommy Steele as rags-to-riches-to-rags shop clerk Arthur Kipps, the exuberant…
Anna Camp, T. Ryder Smith and Carolyn McCormick are among the thesps joining Daniel Radcliffe, Richard Griffiths and Kate Mulgrew in the Broadway revival of "Equus."
Comedy Central has inked a multiyear partnership with the New York Comedy Festival under which highlights from the November fest will air as a spesh on the Viacom cabler next year.
Andrew Hamingson, currently managing director of the Atlantic Theater Company, will become the new exec director of Off Broadway's Public Theater Oct. 1.