Estelle Parsons will join the cast of "August: Osage County" June 17 in the key role of pill-popping, poison-tongued matriarch Violet Weston.
Seeking to capitalize on the show's popularity with women over 40, the producers of "A Catered Affair" will add a fourth weekly matinee on Thursdays starting July 3, replacing the Wednesday evening…
"November," won't make it to election day. David Mamet's comedy about an unscrupulous U.S. president angling to remain in the White House for another term despite rock-bottom approval ratings will…
Four lives pivot off a pair of violent episodes in "Finally," Stephen Belber's intense, "Rashomon"-inspired one-hander receiving its West Coast premiere eight years after it debuted.
That man-eating plant is back again, this time taking root on a Garden State stage. Despite its outrageously vulgar concept, "Little Shop of Horrors" remains an amusing satire. The Paper Mill…
Broadway sales started to gain a little summer sizzle last week, with most productions seeing receipts rise -- though not, in general, in great leaps and bounds.
Come July 13 the hot ticket in the Hamptons will be an invite to the Long Island kick-off of the musical "Mamma Mia!" starring Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan and Christine Baranski. This happens at the…
For those who say that skydiving and surfing can't be portrayed on a small stage, or that the acting talents of Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze could never be adequately recaptured, "Point Break…
A Gilbertian conundrum: what's more distressing than a G&S comic operetta with a mirthless comedian holding up its center? A G&S comic operetta with two mirthless comedians -- which is exactly what…
New York City Opera has commissioned Charles Wuorinen to compose an opera based on Annie Proulx's short story "Brokeback Mountain," which was adapted into the 2005 film.
A swinging romp that parallels a Greek tragedy, Vanessa Claire Smith and Jake Broder have neatly placed a biography within a Vegas lounge act to create a bio-tuner that is often riveting and…