Love is just hilarious. Oh, sure, a playwright can make it poetic, prurient or even poignant, but if you're writing a tight, perfectly observed play about backstabbing frenemies, it's probably wisest…
At first glance, it doesn't look like the Broadway production of "Mamma Mia!" has a lot to gain from the movie version that hit cineplexes July 18.
The list of alums of the Negro Ensemble Company reads like a who's who of prominent black actors: Phylicia Rashad. Denzel Washington. Laurence Fishburne. Samuel L. Jackson.
No one is going on the record yet, but buzz around town has it that Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart are getting into the saddle to ride to the rescue of the Theater Royal Haymarket. Previously…
Before the verbal sparring began between Spike Lee and Clint Eastwood over African-American depictions in war films, there was James McEachin and his one-man show.
Say you've got a 73-year-old theater festival -- one of the largest repertory producing orgs in the country -- with a $27 million budget and 100 or so actors on its payroll. You've got to produce 11…
The road grew about 8.5% in Week 8 (July 14-20), bringing the total gross for the 13-show slate to $14,268,034.
As Gotham temperatures heated up in Week 8 (July 14-20), so did the Rialto box office.
Boston won't get Broadway-aimed Harry Connick Jr. vehicle "Nice Work if You Can Get It" this winter.
Barbara Ann Teer, who founded the National Black Theater in Harlem, died July 21 in Harlem of natural causes. She was 71.
With Second Stage coming up on its 30th anniversary, and much solid original work to show for those years, it's worth noting that the company has been just as diligent about carrying out another of…