Theater News

Hynes, Jones, Morris, Taymor, et al. to Participate in Lincoln Center Festival 2006
Marie Mullen in DruidSynge (Photo © Keith Pattison) An all-day marathon of the plays of John Millington Synge, directed by Tony A
A Chorus Line to Open at Schoenfeld on October 5
The Broadway revival of A Chorus Line will begin performances at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre on September 18, 2006, with the official opening scheduled for October 5. ...
Buscemi, Falco, Imperioli, Martin, Sciorra Set for Studio Dante Benefit
Michael Imperioli (Photo © Joseph Marzullo) Steve Buscemi, Edie Falco, Michael Imperioli, Jesse L. Martin, Steve Schirripa, and Anabella Sciorra will perform at
Grey Gardens, The Yellow Wood, and True Fans Win Richard Rodgers Awards
Sara Gettelfinger and Christine Ebersole in Grey Gardens (Photo © Joan Marcus) Grey Gardens, The Yellow Wood, and True Fans are the
Chicago Kids Spotlight: March '06
The magic of storytelling come alive as Chicago Playworks for Families and Young Audiences present the world premiere of The Kingdom of Grimm, a musical based on three stories by the Brothers Grimm (Merle Reskin Theatre, March 28-May 20).
Drama Desk Awards Ceremony Slated for May 21; Event to Be Webcast Live by, Taped and Telecast by PBS
The 51st annual Drama Desk Awards ceremony will be held on Sunday, May 21, 2006 at the LaGuardia Concert Hall at Lincoln Center, beginning at 9pm. Celebrating ...
Pineapple Soup and Other Treats
On the menu for March, New York offers Pineapple Soup. Also, the following children's treats: The Frog Bride, Alice in Wonderland, Avant-Garde-Arama, and several childrens' classics.
SF Kids Spotlight: March '06
At The Life and Times of Ben Franklin, marvel at the remarkable achievements of this writer, printer, scientist, inventor and statesman, as Sunnyvale's California Theatre Center celebrates the tercentenary of his birth!
Philadelphia Kids Spotlight: March '06
If you have young ones studying Shakespeare in school, they may balk at the suggestion you take them to see all 38 of the Bard's plays in a single sitting. But if you can lure them to The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at the Philadelphia Shakespeare Festival, they may be shocked at how entertaining Shakespeare can be. A ridiculous and hysterical bit of theatrical silliness that presents all of Shakespeare's plays in a rapid 98 minutes, director Dominick Scudera's production stars Brian McCann, David Raphaely, and the always-humorous John Zak (March 8-May 19).