Theater News

Douglas Sills Withdraws from Spamalot
Douglas Sills(Photo © Michael Portantiere) Douglas Sills, who had been announced as one of the stars of the upcoming Chicago and Broadway productions of Monty Py
Broadway Composer Cy Coleman Dies at 75
Cy Coleman at the Rainbow Roomon Monday, November 15, 2004(Photo © Michael Portantiere) The highly respected composer Cy Coleman, whose jazzy style and chameleon
Purlie Victorious
James Vagias is planning a Broadway revival of the Gary Geld-Peter Udell-Philip Rose musical Purlie.
Good 'night, Ladies
Reports on 'night, Mother, The Good Body, Whoopi, and Democracy, plus cabaret reviews of Phillip Officer and a Judy Garland show.
All Over the Map
White Christmas in San Francisco, Pericles in Washington D.C., and The Eyes of Babylon in Los Angeles
2004 L.A. Ovation Award Winners Announced
The winners of the 2004 LA Stage Alliance Ovation Awards were announced last night in a ceremony held at Los Angeles's Orpheum Theater, hosted by Hector Elizondo and Garry Marshall. ...
Oskar Eustis Named New Artistic Director of Public Theater
Oskar Eustis It was announced today that Oskar Eustis, artistic director of the Trinity Repertory Company in Providence, Rhode Island, has been named to replace ...
Broadway's Ford Center to be Renamed Hilton Theatre
It was announced today that Clear Channel Entertainment will join with the Hilton Hotels Corporation to rename the Ford Center for the Performing Arts the Hilton Theatre. Located at ...
Dame Edna and Brooke Shields to Light 2004 Broadway Holiday Tree
Dame Edna Everage and Brooke Shields will be joined by cast and company members from a host of Broadway and Off-Broadway shows when they flip the switch to light ...
Ghostlight Fantastic
Stout-Hearted Marc Miller looks to the rainbow and finds three wonderful new items from Ghostlight Records.