Original “West Side Story” collaborators Harold Prince, Stephen Sondheim, and Chita Rivera will be honored by the Jerome Robbins Foundation Feb. 18 in New York.
In spite of a weak design, solid performances still stand out in A Noise Within’s production of Shakespeare’s problem play.
Mary Zimmerman’s musical adaptation of Disney's “The Jungle Book” will make its East Coast debut this September at the Huntington Theatre Company in Boston.
Novelist Sonia Levitin’s “Surviving Mama,” at Edgemar Center for the Arts, is a well-meaning memory play in dire need of a script doctor to turn it into viable dramatic literature.
Jerel Smith is just one of many actors cast through Backstage!
Musicals Tonight! gives the Betty Comden–Adolph Green–Jule Styne flop “Fade Out–Fade In” the old college try, but this creaky 1964 Carol Burnett vehicle is a tough nut to crack.
Since 1979 New York Theatre Workshop has been engaging members of the community with challenging, multi-layered theater and a variety of educational programs.
The 29th annual Artios Awards celebrated the best casting directors in the business at XL Nightclub in New York on Monday night. A joint ceremony was also held in Los Angeles.
It’s a good thing too, since Kritzer is currently starring in "Elf," the musical adaptation of the hit film that returned to New York this holiday season after a successful 2010 run.
Tony-award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell calls Philip Seymour Hoffman's performance in, "Death of a Salesman," 'brilliant.'