Donyale Werle may be the most inventive visual artist working in the theater today.
“The Addams Family” opened on Broadway in April to horrible reviews and looked like a $16.5 million bomb. The musical’s prospects seemed to grow even dimmer when it was shut out at the Tony Awards in June.
British critics have been set atwitter that the abundantly laureled stage satire “Enron” expired on Broadway Sunday night after barely three weeks, losing its entire $3.6 million capitalization.
Bebe Neuwirth had advice for freezing New Yorkers.
Uday Hussein wanders onstage with his brother Qusay’s head in a bag.
In late August, a 32-year-old theater producer named Eva Price found herself in a lower-Manhattan Crate & Barrel talking on her mobile phone to Jerry Seinfeld .
Will Ferrell’s goofy, urbane Christmas fable “Elf” had just a smidgen of bite. The 2003 movie returns as a Broadway musical, decaffeinated and heavy on the sugar.
“Fela!,” a Broadway musical about the Nigerian pop musician and activist Fela Kuti, and a downsized revival of “La Cage aux Folles” each earned 11 Tony Award nominations today.
Three years and three months after it danced onto Broadway, the $18 million Elton John musical “Billy Elliot” is closing, its producers said today.
Quentin Tarantino meets Marivaux in “The Coward,” a comedy of manners with a major dollop of gore that’s not for the squeamish.
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