Three concurrent narratives comprising "The Third Story" allow each tale to speak to the others, chattering away on the gender-bending star Charles Busch's familiar themes of stifling motherhood and…
Duffy Square, the Times Square-area public space that is the traditional location of the TKTS discount theater tickets booth, has set an Oct. 16 ribbon-cutting date after almost 2½ years of…
Question: Which show did $800,000 in a single week in Fort Worth, Texas, last spring? "Wicked" "Jersey Boys"? "The Lion King"? Answer: "Tuna Does Vegas."
Cirque du Soleil has embraced acrobats and arrow throwers, clowns and contortionists, jigglers and jugglers, divers and daredevils. But never celebrity headliners.
"Equus," with Daniel Radcliffe. Opened Sept. 25. The theater is alive with cell phones ready to document the in-the-buff Broadway debut of Harry Potter. Richard Griffiths plays the shrink in this…
"Harvey Milk" composer Stewart Wallace returns to San Francisco Opera with another ambitious Bay area-set project, an adaptation of local author Amy Tan's novel "The Bonesetter's Daughter."
Broadway tuner "Legally Blonde" will shutter Oct. 19 after a run of just over 18 months.
An '80s-tinged tuner adaptation of "American Psycho" has begun the development process and is aiming for Broadway.
"Small Craft Warnings" does little for Tennessee Williams' legacy. Originally produced in 1972, this scattered drama marshals eight lonely people into a seaside bar, then leaves them adrift, with…
Theater from another country -- Korea, in the case of the new dance/martial arts show "Break Out" -- does one of two things: Either it finds approximate meanings in the local language and translates…
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur foundation has awarded one of its "genius grant" fellowships to lighting designer Jennifer Tipton, best known for her Tony-winning work on "Jerome Robbins'…