Three teen-centric new musicals will receive staged readings at Goodspeed Musicals' Festival of New Artists Jan. 16-18 in East Haddam, Conn.
The multi-faceted playwright Dale Wasserman, best known for "Man of La Mancha" and the stage version of "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" has died of heart failure in Arizona. He was 94.
Harold Pinter, whose plays mixed menace, loneliness, humor and pregnant pauses with such distinction that he inspired the adjective "Pinteresque," died Dec. 24 at age 78.
David Cromer will helm the Broadway revivals of "Brighton Beach Memoirs" and "Broadway Bound."
The current revival of Martin McDonagh's 1997 play "The Cripple of Inishmaan" by the Atlantic Theater Co. and the Druid ensemble has been extended by four weeks.
Repeat champ "White Christmas" and a resurgent "Shrek the Musical" paced a resilient week of grosses for Broadway.
Tovah Feldshuh will reprise her starring role in the Broadway production of "Irena's Vow," an off-Broadway hit now slated to bow at the Walter Kerr Theatre on March 29.
A talented nine-member ensemble put on an energetic revival of the 1995 Broadway revue "Smokey Joe's Cafe," an impressive distillation of the monumental output of tunesmiths Jerry Leiber and Mike…
Less of a potshot at George W. Bush than a backhanded benediction for him, A. R. Gurney's jokey new play, "A Light Lunch," is refreshingly unlike most contempo American political theater.
Midway through the 2008-09 Broadway season, only two new productions have recouped: revivals of "The Seagull" and "All My Sons." If that suggests a hospitable climate for quality nonmusical theater…
As the economy struggles with recession, what price theater? Well, £61 million ($95 million), since you ask. That's the cost of the spanking new steel and glass Curve, the recently opened regional…