Theater News

Tenth Anniversary Broadway Cast Reunion Concert of The Who's Tommy Planned for Spring 2003
Last night's thrilling presentation of Stephen Sondheim's Merrily We Roll Along in NYC wasn't the first original Broadway cast reunion concert, and it won't ...
Move Over, Hollywood! Broadway Will Soon Have Its Own Walk of Fame
Carol Channing Arlene Dahl, an M-G-M star who was one of the first actresses to make her mark on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1952, is now keen on making sure that ...
Theater on the Tube
The stage comes to the small screen via regular programming and special presentations.
Naked Angels Theater Company Begins New Reading Series
David Strathairn On October 7, the Naked Angels Theater Company will begin a new reading series with a free public reading of Graham Gordy's latest play, The Disci
When Love Turns to Hate
Following his eighth viewing of Joe Orton's Loot, Filichia considers how theatrical tastes change with age.
Producer Eric Krebs ''Perplexed'' by Bruce Weber's Re-Review of Little Ham for The New York Times
André Garner and Monica L. Pattonin Little Ham(Photo: Carol Rosegg) Eric Krebs -- lead producer of the musical Little Ham, which opened last nigh
Melissa James Gibson Wins 2002 Kesselring Prize
Melissa James Gibson Melissa James Gibson, author of the acclaimed Off-Broadway play [sic], is the winner of the 2002 Kesselring Prize. Annually, the ...
Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary
Charles Wright reviews A Bolt From the Blue, a collection of Mary McCarthy's stinging and insightful criticism.
Bricusse is Back!
James Beaman and Goldie Dver are back, and Briccusier than ever, with more Crazy World.
Joel Grey Offers an Evening of Cabaret to Benefit Bay Street Theatre
Joel Grey Joel Grey, the actor who won a Tony Award for his performance as the Emcee in the original Broadway production of Cabaret, will be presenting his ...