"You want to throw me in the sea," accuses a young Israeli soldier at the beginning of Naomi Wallace's "The Fever Chart," and just like that, reasoned discourse heads for the door.
They love each other so much that they're each other's world. They love each other so much it's dangerous.
In the course of less than 12 hours on Wednesday, the Canadian theater scene was rocked by a series of legal accusations and publicity machinations supplemented by good old showbiz flash.
Most musicals have a book, but according to prosecutors in Ontario Superior Court, Garth Drabinsky's Livent had two: one that the now-defunct legit company showed to investors and one that told the…
An irritating offshoot of the digital revolution is that it's democratized the filmmaking process, opening the floodgates for kids straight out of school with no life experience and no stories to…
CBS' flagship O&O in Gotham has nixed a musical number from Broadway tuner "Passing Strange" from its pre-Tony special after the net's standards and practices department declared the song "We Just…
Douglas Adams stretched his "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" trilogy to five installments, so there's a clear precedent for playwright John Byrne to offer a fourth part to his celebrated "Slab…
Michael Bradford's new drama is set in motion by one terrifying moment: A father puts his 4-year-old son on a park carousel, gets distracted, looks back ... and the child is gone. Abducted, most…
Lincoln Center will reopen the renovated Alice Tully Hall with a spring 2009 fest that includes a performance by Rialto composer-performer Stew as well as the opening night of the Film Society's…
Bedbugs, Fidel Castro and no fewer than three tuners inspired by Shakespeare are on the 2008 slate at the New York Musical Theater Fest.
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