Theater News

Porgy and Bess to Close in London on May 5; Broadway Transfer Planned
A scene from The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess (© Tristram Kenton) The London production of The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess, directed by Trevor Nunn, wi
Colin, Harris, Rabe Set for Roundabout's Old Acquaintance
Margaret Colin(© Joseph Marzullo) Margaret Colin, Harriet Harris, and Lily Rabe will star in the Roundabout Theatre Company's production of John Van Druten's com
In Darfur Will Be Presented by The Public Theater in April
Mia Farrow The Public Theater will present a developmental production of Winter Miller's In Darfur, a work that explores the current humanitarian crisis in ...
Frayn, Mee, Serrand, Sun, et al. Set for ART's 2007-2008 Season
Nilaja Sun in No Child (© Carol Rosegg) The American Repertory Theatre announced the productions for its 28th season. The line-up is follows: Don Juan G
New York Premiere of William Finn Revue is Postponed
William Finn(© Michael Portantiere) Junkyard Dog Productions (Randy Adams and Sue Frost) and Larry Hirschhorn have announced that their planned New York premiere
Kristine Nielsen Set for Not Waving Reading
Kristine Nielsen (© Joseph Marzullo/Retna) Kristine Nielsen is set to star in a free staged reading of Ellen Melaver's play Not Waving, directed by Dougl
Benanti, Chenoweth, Esparza, et al. Set for Benefit Performance of Seth Rudetsky's Broadway 101
Seth Rudetsky(© Michael Portantiere) A special performance of Seth's Broadway 101: A Master Class in Belting, Divas, and Hostile Opinions to benefit The A
2007 MAC Award Nominees Announced
Maude Maggart(© Michael Portantiere) The Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs has announced the nominees for the 21st annual MAC Awards, which will be pre
Kaufman, Kron, Kiki & Herb to Headline Arena's 2007-2008 Season
Moisés Kaufman Daniel Aukin, Tina Fabrique, Moisés Kaufman, Lisa Kron, Brad Oscar, and the musical duo Kiki & Herb (a.k.a. Justin Bond and Kenny Mellman
Guys and Dames
Jennifer Holliday, Beth Leavel, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Marc Kudisch, Audra McDonald, Polly Bergen, and other stars shone at the first three of this week's big theater events.