Theater News

Mostly Forgettable
Dianne Wiest almost saves Memory House. Plus: An Israeli author-actor knocks on wood, and B.J. Ward pays tribute to lyricist Marshall Barer.
Hardly Rotten
Filichia just can't seem to get David Yazbek's Dirty Rotten Scoundrels score out of his head.
Alec Baldwin Joins Cast of Carnegie Hall's South Pacific Concert
Alec Baldwin(Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Stage and screen star Alec Baldwin has joined the cast of Carnegie Hall's June 9 concert presentation of the Richard Rodger
Public Theater to Revive Two Gentlemen of Verona Musical at Delacorte
The Public Theater has scratched its planned summer production of A Midsummer Night's Dream and will instead revive the Galt MacDermot-John Guare-Mel ...
Macy's to Host Talent Contest With Tony Tickets as the Prize
Macy's department store will host a "Sing for Your Tickets" talent competition in Herald Square (Broadway at West 34th Street) on Friday, May 20, from 4 to 7pm. The winner will ...
Screen to Stage
Hollywood stars and shows adapted from films are taking over the West End, with surprisingly happy results.
Actor-Impressionist Frank Gorshin Dies in California at 72
Frank Gorshin Frank Gorshin, who entertained Broadway audiences with his portrayals of comedian George Burns and New York City mayor Jimmy Walker, died today in ...
In a Class By Themselves
This year's Tony Award nominees pose for a "class photo" in Times Square.
Oscar, York, Gurwin to Star in Broadway Musicals of 1962
Rachel York Brad Oscar, Rachel York, cabaret star Scott Coulter, and Forbidden Broadway alumnae Felicia Finley, Danny Gurwin, and Christine Pedi will star in ...
Let it Shine!
Filichia thinks that the Empire State building should glow silver or gold to celebrate the Tony Awards.