Britney Spears? Seems inevitable. Suzanne Somers? Already done. But who would have guessed that the lives of Loni Anderson, Mr. T. and Vanna White would end up on a New York stage?
"The Women of Troy" is vintage Barrie Kosky shock theater -- grotesque, confronting, humiliating and, ultimately, very human.
Having created verbatim plays about an armed siege in London and about retirees looking for love, Alecky Blythe now tackles the bracing world of downmarket sex workers in "The Girlfriend Experience."
MCC Theater's Off Broadway staging of "Fifty Words" has pushed back its opening by a few days because of injuries suffered by the two-hander's thesps.
John Rando ("Urinetown") will helm the Encores! production of "On the Town," with Warren Carlyle ("A Tale of Two Cities") choreographing.
Chase Card Services, an arm of JPMorgan Chase, has teamed with DreamWorks Animation to become a sponsor of "Shrek the Musical," the first legit outing from DWA's DreamWorks Theatricals.
Stunt casting in theater can do a disservice to playwrights, with famous faces often monopolizing attention while devaluing the merits of the work itself. But in his impressive debut in a major stage…
Broadway producer, theatre and opera critic and actress Ellen Brandt died September 19 in Los Angeles from a stroke.
The characters in Elizabeth Diggs' latest domestic drama, "Close Ties," present a convincing group portrait of a family in crisis.
If there's a "Wicked"- or "Jersey Boys"-size road blockbuster in the wings, producers and their bookers are taking a wait-and-see approach. Even a potential behemoth like Disney's "Mary Poppins,"…
On the road, nothing succeeds like one's former success, whether it be "Wicked," "The Lion King" or "The Phantom of the Opera." Presenters and their auds loved those shows not once but often twice or…