Theater News

Daniel Sullivan Injured; Midsummer Delays First Preview
Daniel Sullivan (© Joseph Marzullo/Retna) Injuries sustained by director Daniel Sullivan during rehearsals of the Public Theater's production of William Shakes
Feinstein, Foster, Hamlisch, et al. Set for New York Pops Season
Sutton Foster (© Joseph Marzullo/Retna) The New York Pops has announced its lineup of concerts for the 2007-2008 Carnegie Hall season. The first concert, to be
The Reality Thing
Casting musical theater stars from reality television -- including Grease's Max Crumm and Laura Osnes and The Color Purple's Fantasia Barrino -- is the wave of the present.
Kennedy, McVety, Thorell, et al. Join Lone Star Love Cast
Clarke Thorell (© Joseph Marzullo/Retna) Complete casting has been set for the musical Lone Star Love, which will play Seattle's 5th Avenue Theatre, Sept
Photo File
Jesse L. Martin welcomes Anthony Rapp and Adam Pascal back to Rent; Laura Bell Bundy goes country at Birdland; Billy Bush visits Max and Laura backstage at Grease; and the Spring Awakening cast makes the Wall of Fame.
Fisher, Harnar, Marcovicci, et al. Set for Y's Lyrics & Lyricists Season
Andrea Marcovicci The 92nd Street Y has announced the line-up for its 2008 Lyrics & Lyricists season. The series will kick off with It's Magic: The Lyrics
Amendolia, Odeh, Peil, et al. Set for Arena Stage's 33 Variations
Mary Beth Peil (© Joseph Marzullo/Retna) The complete cast and creative team have been announced for the Arena Stage's world premiere of 33 Variations, t
Actor's Playhouse to Shut Down
The Actors' Playhouse, the 62-year-old Off Broadway theater on Seventh Avenue South, will shut down, according to a report in The New York Times. The newspaper reports that ...
Coster, Hinds, Hill, Morse, Norton Set for Broadway's The Seafarer
Jim Norton Ritchie Coster, Ciaran Hinds, Conleth Hill, David Morse, and Jim Norton will star in Conor McPherson's The Seafarer, which will begin performances ...
Seattle Kids Spotlight: August '07
Just in case the ever-popular High School Musical isn't your thing, Theater Schmeater presents The Reluctant Dragon (through August 12), about the dragon who turns out to be scared rather than scary, while Seattle Children's Theatre and The Children's Museum put on The Green Sheep, an innovative and interactive theatre experience designed specifically for children ages 1-4. Parents and toddlers sit in the sheep pen as they take a stimulating journey through color, size and distance, searching for the ever elusive green sheep.