To paraphrase Dr. Demento, dead 6-year-olds aren't much fun. In "Capture Now," writer-performer Josh Jonas tells us right off the bat that the kid we're hearing about is going to die.
Potted palms arranged around a huge, sweeping staircase take up half the stage. At one side, a four-man combo plays up-tempo tunes, and then the warm-up guy rouses the audience into gales of laughter.
Kevin Spacey, a.d. of London's Old Vic Theater, will open his 2009 season directing the world premiere of Joe Sutton's "Complicit," to be followed by an Anna Mackmin-helmed revival of "Dancing at…
"Dirty Dancing" may dance its way into Broadway's Neil Simon Theater next fall.
Susan Johnston examines the jagged shards of a dysfunctional family's sorrowful history, offering compelling if arbitrary glimpses into the aftermath of a horrific event in "How Cissy Grew."
The National Alliance for Musical Theater has established a fund for the development of new tuners, aiming to award grants once a year for projects in various stages of development.
Lincoln Center Theater has named Bartlett Sher resident director, with a commitment that he will helm one production per year.
Following up on its regional Tony Award, Chicago Shakespeare led the Joseph Jefferson Awards on Monday night, taking home five trophies.
How sad to think the ugly, cynical, aggressive 1980s in retrospect can seem almost innocent. How else to explain the fact that, back in 1988, audiences could be needled by "Boys' Life," Howard…
Theater exec Harry S. Gold died Oct. 10 in New York after a long battle with cancer. He was 50.
Ken Ludwig's "Leading Ladies" isn't at the level of his classic farce "Lend Me a Tenor," but its milder charms are still entertaining. The new production by Actors Co-op suffers from a lackluster…
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