News

Sort by:
  • News

    Broadway's Sweetheart - Megan Mullally steals time away from Will & Grace for a solo show at the Coast Theatre.

    Given the opportunity, Megan Mullally will sneak up on you, stealing your focus from whatever surrounds her. On the new hit series Will & Grace, her expert timing and sharp deliveries have elevated the supporting character of Karen Walker, and the show itself, to comic gold. On Broadway, in How To ...

  • News
  • News

    DIALOGUE: Charles Nelson Reilly and Julie Harris

    Like their celebrated production of "The Gin Game," a conversation with American theatre greats Julie Harris and Charles Nelson Reilly is both rip-roaringly funny and deeply enlightening. He may be outspoken and boisterous, she refined and soft-spoken, but they're identical in their love and respect for one another.

  • News

    REGIONAL ROUNDUP

    While the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park attracted crowds with its 31-actor, effects-filled annual revival of A Christmas Carol (through Dec. 28), other central and southern Ohio troupes were finding success with the unconventional.

  • News

    Chicago Cues: 35 Hath September

    September saw more than 35 openings as the Chicago theatre season roared out of the starting gate. Much-admired local journeyman actress Carmen Roman has taken on Maria Callas in Master Class, at Northlight Theatre, and has made herself a star. Directed by Peter Amster, she delivers an assured, detailed, and ...

  • News

    DANCE DIARY

    On the Mend at Ballet Tech

  • News

    Manager Bill Loses License In California

    LOS ANGELES-Hollywood's personal managers are off the legislative

  • News

    Obituaries

    W. Benson Terry, 76, Character

  • News
  • News

    Joe Morton: Through Alien Eyes

    An anecdote that Joe Morton related in a recent interview distilled this performer's work philosophy. Said Morton, "When James Cameron asked me why I was so interested in doing Terminator 2, I said because of a joke Richard Pryor had told many years previously. Pryor said, 'Hollywood must believe ...