Broadway has the Tony. Now high school musicals have the Jimmy.
In "There Reigns Love," Simon Callow has rethought Shakespeare's sonnets in a more theatrical light. The final result, although still in need of some polishing, makes for high drama indeed.
It is an incontrovertible fact that Liam Neeson has the most beautiful -- and beautifully expressive -- upper back in the entire English-speaking theater.
Replete with arch putdowns and audience-nudging one-liners, tuner "Zorro" tries to put the camp in "gypsy encampment."
Stephen Sondheim has reupped his worldwide publishing agreement with Warner/Chappell Music.
Off Broadway company Second Stage Theater has nabbed the right to buy Broadway's Helen Hayes Theater.
Things change in "Expatriate," but they don't resolve. That's true of the plot in this two-person play with music, about the rise and fall of an American singing duo in France, and it's true of the…
Auds are traditionally forgiving when it comes to sex farces, especially if they're presented as hot-weather trifles, are set in simpler times and sport British accents. But even those looking for…
One of the final projects by Wendy Wasserstein and Cy Coleman and a new musical from Glenn Slater are among the tuners to be showcased this fall in the National Alliance for Musical Theater's 20th…
The demanding, widely underappreciated 1994 tuner "Parade" may be coming into its own. An acclaimed 2007 revival at London's Donmar Warehouse was scaled down in scope even as it ratcheted up the…
Broadway stalwart "The Phantom of the Opera" will go dark for four performances in August to accommodate the installation of a new digital sound system.