Douglas Carter Beane

Judy Kaye to Join Keke Palmer and Sherri Shepherd in Cinderella on Broadway
By Bethany Rickwald · Aug 11, 2014

The two-time Tony winner will take on the role of the Fairy Godmother.

Cinderella Announces the Wicked Stepmother Who Will Play Opposite Keke Palmer
By Bethany Rickwald · Aug 5, 2014

The View Emmy Winner Sherri Shepherd takes on the infamous role.

Brian Stokes Mitchell to Lead Cast of The Band Wagon at City Center Encores!
By Hayley Levitt · Jul 29, 2014

The Tony-winning baritone takes on the role played by Fred Astaire in the original 1953 film.

Douglas Carter Beane to Premiere His Comedy Fairy Cakes
By Jason Zednick · Jul 10, 2014

The Tony nominee's new play will open at the Scranton Shakespeare Festival.

Lysistrata Jones Makes Its West Coast Premiere at California's Chance Theater
By Hayley Levitt · Jan 8, 2014

Douglas Carter Beane and Lewis Flinn's Greek-comedy-inspired musical will open the theater's 16th season.

Die Fledermaus
By Zachary Stewart · Jan 6, 2014

The Met's glittering new production of the Strauss operetta has its audience ringing in the New Year with each performance.

In Between Broadway Shows, Danny Burstein and Betsy Wolfe Take on the Metropolitan Opera
By David Gordon · Dec 31, 2013

Before returning to the Great White Way this spring in Cabaret and Bullets Over Broadway, respectively, the pair take on roles in a new production of Johann Strauss' Die Fledermaus.

Broadway's Rebecca Luker Takes Flight
By Ryan Chavis · Nov 25, 2013

The actress talks playing a crazy fairy godmother, balancing a Broadway marriage, and mastering the magic of those Cinderella quick-changes.

Final Bow: The Nance's Cady Huffman on Working With Nathan Lane, Making Hats, and Meeting Mr. Spock
By David Gordon · Aug 7, 2013
The Tony Award winner looks back on "discovering a new way of doing theater" in Douglas Carter Beane's drama.
Danny Burstein Will Make Metropolitan Opera Debut in Douglas Carter Beane's Adaptation of Die Fledermaus
By David Gordon · Jul 23, 2013
The production also features Susanna Phillips, Anthony Roth Costanzo, and Tony Award winner Paulo Szot.