Theater News

Henderson, Kuhn, Winther, Yazbek, et al. Set Joe's Pub Dates
Judy Kuhn (© Joseph Marzullo/Retna) Legendary star Florence Henderson, Broadway great Judy Kuhn, and composer-lyricist David Yazbek are among the artists who ha
Cronyn, Hill, Kline, et al. Set for Mint's The Return of the Prodigal
Richard Kline Bradford Cover, Tandy Cronyn, Leah Curney, Robin Haynes, Roderick Hill, Richard Kline, Kate Levy, W. Alan Nebelthau, Cecelia Riddett, and Margot White ...
Bentley and Weikel to Receive Robert Chesley Foundation Awards
Eric Bentley (© Frank Fournier) The Robert Chesley Foundation will award Eric Bentley with its lifetime achievement award and Chris Weikel with its emerging gay
Eno, Hoch, Moreno, Zimmerman, et al. Set for Berkeley Rep Season
Rita Moreno Berkeley Rep has announced its preliminary selections for the 2007-2008 season, which will feature seven works on two stages. The Rep's Roda Theatre ...
An American Actor in London
Gavin Creel, who's currently starring as Bert in the West End production of Mary Poppins, tells what it's like to work on that side of the pond.
Andrews, Pike, Stephens, West, et al. Set to Return to West End
Jenny Seagroveand Anthony Andrews A host of top British actors are scheduled to return to the West End this spring. Anthony Andrews, best known for the television ...
Kristin Chenoweth to Donate Auction Items for AIDS Walk NY
Kristin Chenoweth (© Joseph Marzullo/Retna) Tony Award winner Kristin Chenoweth will donate a variety of memorabilia from her personal auction for a benefit auc
Original Spelling Bee Cast to Play L.A.'s Wadsworth Theatre
Dan Fogler in Spelling Bee (© Joan Marcus) The original Broadway cast of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee will reunite for the show's pr
London Kids Spotlight: April '07
Though the limited engagement (3 - 14 April) won't last through St. George's Day (23 April), The Lyric Theatre presents the beggarsbelief production of The Unholy and Illustrious History of St. George and the Dragon - or just St. George and the Dragon for those of us who may be short on breath. Born with curious birthmarks, a strange boy is possessed of unusual powers and has one simple conviction: he must kill a dragon. So begins a quest that takes him to the ends of the known world.
Seattle Kids Spotlight: April '07
Children (especially girls) will be thrilled to meet a living doll. In Addy: An American Girl Story (April 13-June 17 at the Seattle Children's Theatre), Cheryl West creates the story of a brave young slave girl who escapes with her mother to freedom, only to face new, unexpected challenges and the struggle to bring the rest of the family together.