Agent and theater author Toby Cole died May 22 in Berkeley, Calif. of complications after a hip fracture. She was 92.
"The Female of the Species" has found a new female to fill its lead role: Eileen Atkins will topline a West End production of Australian scribe Joanna Murray-Smith's comedy this summer.
New York state Sen. Tom Duane, who reps much of Manhattan, has invited the cast of Off Broadway play "The Castle" up to Albany later this month to perform for members of the state legislature.
Tom Cavanagh ("Ed"), Anthony Rapp ("Rent"), and Emily Bergl ("Men in Trees") are among the cast of Second Stage Theater's Off Broadway revival of Richard Nelson's 1989 play "Some Americans Abroad."
The first international production of London hit "Billy Elliot: The Musical" will wrap its Sydney run on Nov. 23, following 53 weeks of performances, before transferring to Melbourne.
With gas prices and the travails of working-class America leading pretty much every newscast these days, could there be a more timely subject for a play than a family filling station shutting down…
John Turturro will return to his Italian roots by directing "Souls of Naples," a movie adaptation of the Edoardo de Filippo play in which he starred Off Broadway.
Paul Sills, one of the founders of the The Second City improv comedy group, died Monday. He was 80.
It may not be a full album, but it has a couple of great tracks. "Len, Asleep in Vinyl," Carly Mensch's enthusiastically slight new play about musicmakers, makes good on its small ambitions quickly…
The notion that "perhaps mentally ill people are actually saner than the rest of us" has become a comfortable artistic trope, regardless of real-life experience to the contrary.
Being made to feel uncomfortable or even repulsed by the behavior of men comes as no surprise in a Neil LaBute play, but being moved by his male characters is more unexpected.