Theater News

Cerveris, Easton, Huffman, MacDonald, et al. Set for NYCLU Benefit at Symphony Space
Audra MacDonald (© Joseph Marzullo/Retna) Tony Award winners Michael Cerveris, Richard Easton, Cady Huffman, and Audra MacDonald will be among the stars partici
Patrick's Day Postponed: Swayze Now Set to Debut in London Guys and Dolls on July 24
Patrick Swayze Due to a chest infection resulting in missed rehearsals, film star Patrick Swayze's London stage debut in the Donmar Warehouse production of Guys an
The Times They Are A-Changin' Will Open at Brooks Atkinson on October 26
Thom Sesma in The Times They Are A-Changin (Photo © Craig Schwartz) Twyla Tharp's new musical The Times They Are A-Changin', set to the music of
Penny Fuller and William Biff McGuire to Star in Primary Stages' Southern Comforts
Penny Fuller Penny Fuller and William Biff McGuire will star in Kathleen Clark's two-character play Southern Comforts at Primary Stages, September 19-October ...
Chlumsky, Colón-Zayas, Linden, Peryera Added to Bay Street Roster
Mercedes Ruehl and Liza Colón-Zayas in rehearsal for Viva La Vida! (Photo © David Rodgers) Hal Linden and Anna Chlumsky will star in the Bay Str
Dan Lauria to Star in William Mastrosimone's A Stone Carver
Dan Lauria (© Joseph Marzullo/Retna) Dan Lauria will star in the Off-Broadway production of William Mastrosimone's A Stone Carver at the Soho Playhouse,
Dakin Matthews to Join Culture Clash for Water & Power
Dakin Matthews Award-winning actor Dakin Matthews will join the members of Culture Clash -- Richard Montoya, Rick Salinas, and Herbert Siguenza -- for the world ...
Angela Bassett and Laurence Fishburne to Reunite for Pasadena Playhouse's Fences
Angela Bassett (© Joseph Marzullo/Retna) Angela Bassett and Laurence Fishburne, who each earned Oscar nominations as Tina and Ike Turner in the film What's L
Loose Lips
Peter Gerety relishes his life in Inishmore while supermodel Patricia Velasquez loves being in School.
Seattle Kids Spotlight: July 2006
Taking a modern look at a classic story, Pippin features a cast comprised entirely of students age 12 to 20 as a present day theatre troupe that tells a tongue-in-cheek story about Pippin, the son of the 8th-Century King Charlemagne. The energetic pop-influenced score by Stephen Schwartz (Godspell, Wicked) bursts with show stopping numbers, from soaring ballads to infectious dance grooves, all performed by 17 local student actors and musicians. (Village Theater First Stage, July 21-30)