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Broadway's Changing Face: Is It Destined to Look More Like Michael Jackson Than Ethel Merman?
The Beatles, Janis Joplin, and Diana Ross appear on Broadway this year in thinly veiled concerts showcasing the popular music of a bygone era. We asked industry insider Jack Viertel why.
Leading Polish Playwright Slawomir Mrozek Dies at 83
Mrozek's plays received stagings worldwide, including several at New York City's La MaMa.
New Works Ready to Shine at Kennedy Center's Page-to-Stage
More than 40 shows from the DC Metro Area to take part in the 12th Annual event.
The Amoralists' The Cheaters Club Celebrates Its Opening Night Off-Broadway
See pictures of the cast and some of their favorite opening-night audience members.
Tony Winner Geoffrey Rush to Star in a New Film Version of The Drowsy Chaperone
The Broadway and big-screen veteran will also executive-produce the film.
New Plays by David Adjmi and Branden Jacobs-Jenkins Set for Soho Rep's 2013-2014 Season
Marie Antoinette and An Octoroon are among the most ambitious shows the company has produced.
Human Fruit Bowl, The Unfortunates, and Others Among the FringeNYC Encore Series Offerings
The series will give audiences another chance to see some of the most acclaimed shows from this year's festival.
Broadway Marquees to Dim Their Lights for Julie Harris
Broadway will commemorate the legendary career of the five-time Tony Award-winning actress.