The current edition of 27-year-old spoof institution "Forbidden Broadway" will be the last -- at least for now.
Circle in the Square Theater has joined Culture Project as a producer of the Off Broadway run of "The Atheist," a darkly comic solo show starring Campbell Scott.
Manhattan Theater Club's production of "To Be or Not to Be," which weathered a couple of cast changes in recent weeks, has pushed back its preview and opening dates.
Off Broadway tuner "Fela!" has extended its run at 37 Arts by two weeks, pushing its closing back from Sept. 21 to Oct. 4.
Producers of the Broadway revival of "All My Sons" are countering rumors that co-star Katie Holmes is not selling tickets by announcing advance sales of $3.5 million.
The 2009 Tony Award ceremony has been skedded earlier in June than it has been in recent years, pushing up the season's eligibility cutoff and prompting legiters to juggle dates for spring Rialto…
Say what? "Disco Pigs," Enda Walsh's blast of live-from-Cork color, has the audience on about a three-second dialect delay, but, blessedly, that's part of the point. Energetically directed by Dan…
Doo-wop singers, mob guys and a very good edition of the Yankees -- life could not be more colorful or clear-cut for young Calogero Palminteri, who learned life's major lessons during the 1960s on a…
A quartet of monologues set during a Minnesota heatwave, "A Great Place to Be From" brushes against beautiful moments, but Lasca's writing always underlines the beauty.
"Shrek the Musical," DreamWorks Theatricals' first outing that's now in tryouts at Seattle's 5th Avenue Theater, has got a lot in the plus column: a magical setting, a winning hero and heroine, a…
Off Broadway's Public Theater will beef up its Rialto producing duties for the upcoming Broadway transfer of "Hair," the current Shakespeare in the Park offering now confirmed to hit the Main Stem…