Arkin Brothers, Cohen, Maxwell, Pawk to Star in Losing Louie at MTC
Adam (left) and Matthew Arkin Adam and Matthew Arkin, Scott Cohen, Jan Maxwell, and Michele Pawk will star in the Manhattan Theatre Club's ...
Beach, Gemignani, Lazar, Lewis, Rubin-Vega, et al. Set for Broadway Revival of Les Miz
Norm Lewis (© Joseph Marzullo/Retna Ltd.) Gary Beach, Ali Ewoldt, Jenny Galloway, Alexander Gemignani, Adam Jacobs, Aaron Lazar, Norm Le
Copeland, Cooper, Willison, et al, Set for Two by Two Program at NYPL
Joan Copeland (Photo © Michael Portantiere) Five original cast members of the 1970 Broadway musical Two by Two -- Marilyn Cooper, Joan Copeland, Michael
Weinsteins Plan Film Version of Pippin With Rob Marshall
Rob Marshall(Photo © Michael Portantiere) Film producer Harvey Weinstein and his brother/business partner Bob Weinstein are developing a film version of the Step
Lincoln Center Sets Dates for Tom Stoppard's The Coast of Utopia
Tom Stoppard Lincoln Center Theater has set dates for its production of Tom Stoppard's award-winning trilogy of plays The Coast of Utopia at the Vivian ...
Eder, Feinstein, Goldberg, Lavin, Valli, et al. Set for NJ Community Theatre Season
Whoopi Goldberg (© Joseph Marzullo/Retna Ltd.) The Community Theatre of New Jersey's 2006-2007 season will feature over 70 events, including concerts, theatrica
Philadelphia Kids Spotlight: June '06
By Cooper Robb
If you are planning to view The Lion King during its initial appearance in Philadelphia, just remember one thing: don't arrive late. The Tony Award-winning musical boasts what may well be the most dazzling, goose-bump-inducing opening in theater history. And thanks to Julie Taymor's innovative direction and Garth Fagan's original choreography, the rest of the show is pretty spectacular as well (Academy of Music, June 8-September 10).
LA Kids Spotlight: June '06
By Les Spindle
Entertainment for the youngsters this month is highlighted by South Coast Repertory's The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales (June 17), adapted by John Glore from the children's book by Jon Scieszka and Lane Smith, in which traditional fairy tales take on a life of their own and go berserk on the stage. In a more serious vein, the Santa Monica Playhouse presents the world premiere drama Grandma's Place: Running Away From Your Life (June 9), a poignant look at young runaway as seen through the eyes of the theatre's Young Professional Company, aged 11-17.