At the press conference prior to "The Fly" opening, director David Cronenberg went to some length to insist that the Howard Shore opera he was about to direct was far different from the 1986 film he…
Just before her wedding, an Eisenhower-era bride-to-be has issues with her all-in-control intended in this take on "A Midsummer Night's Dream."
Writer-performer Daniel Beaty has attracted a following with "Emergency," his inventive solo performance on the legacy of slavery, in which he played some 40 characters.
Boo! "The King of Shadows" comes knocking a little too early for Halloween, but Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa has made his creepy ghost story appropriate for all seasons by dressing it up as Shakespeare.
Unless it's fused with playable action, a debate turns a play into a lecture with costumes. So it goes with "The Quarrel," a thoughtful treatise on Jewish faith that lacks theatrical spark.
The Broadway transfer of London hit "Mary Stuart" has set dates and a venue, opening at the Broadhurst Theater in April.
Puccini's operatic smorgasbord -- three one-act, hourlong music dramas, different in content but alike in the excellence of their fashioning -- provided a capacity crowd with something for everyone…
Martha Clarke's performance piece "Garden of Earthly Delights" will receive a 12-week run at Off Broadway's Minetta Lane Theater beginning in October.
Under the new banner of Global Broadway, producers Ben Sprecher and Louise Forlenza have pacted to bring the musical adaptation of Daphne du Maurier's novel "Rebecca" to Broadway in 2010.
The musical adaptation of 1996 menopausal revenge caper "The First Wives Club" will have its debut engagement July 15 through Aug. 23 at San Diego's Old Globe prior to a planned Broadway run during…