Theater News

Down for the Count
Barbara & Scott love Dracula (kidding!) and weigh in on the Fringe's Africa & Plumbridge, Golden Prospects, and Mimi Le Duck.
TheaterMania to Host Discussion With Bare Creators and Cast Members at Ars Nova
Damon Intrabartolo(Photo © Michael Portantiere) A peek into the creative process behind the pop opera Bare will be offered at the Ars Nova theater on Sund
Esprit de Corpse
Readers suggest more appropriate titles for Ethan Mordden's new book, The Happiest Corpse I've Ever Seen.
Paper Mill Playhouse Appoints Diane Claussen as Managing Director
Michael Gennaro, president and CEO of the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey, has announced the appointment of Diane Claussen to the newly created position of managing ...
Ellen Schiff to Lecture on American Jewish Theater at Drama Book Shop
Ellen Schiff, editor of the critical anthology Awake and Singing, will give a talk on the heritage of American Jewish theater on Tuesday, September 14 as part of the "Plays ...
Loose Lips
Brian Scott Lipton chats with John Cullum, keeps tabs on Norm Lewis, and looks forward to some Joe's Pub shows featuring Broadway faves.
The Shakespeare Society to Honor Michael Kahn
The Shakespeare Society will honor Michael Kahn, director of the drama division of the Juilliard School and artistic director of the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, D.C., with ...
I Am My Own Wife to Close on October 31
Jefferson Mays inI Am My Own Wife(Photo © Joan Marcus) The Broadway production of Doug Wright's I Am My Own Wife, the play that won the 2004 Pulitz
Here's Charley -- On Film
Filichia watches and reports on the elusive film version of Where's Charley?
Waiting for Righty
A look at some of the left-leaning shows that will be playing in NYC during the RNC.