The Latest on the 58th annual Grammy Awards being presented Monday in Los Angeles at Staples Center (all times local): 7:15 p.m.
Playwright and director Warren Manzi, whose cat-and-mouse thriller "Perfect Crime" is the longest-running play in New York history, died Thursday of pneumonia in Lawrence, Massachusetts, according to the show's publicist, Daniel DeMello. Manzi was 60.
The drama "Alone in Berlin," about a middle-aged German couple who risk their lives to oppose the Nazis, contains lessons for present-day Europe and its treatment of refugees, cast members said Monday.
"This, above all, to thine own self be true."
Elizabeth McGovern of "Downton Abbey" and former "Spider-Man" Andrew Garfield are among the stars of upcoming productions from Britain's National Theatre.
The rich sound of layered violins, violas, cellos and string basses playing Beethoven filled the auditorium of Gov. Thomas Johnson High School on in the eastern U.S. state of Maryland on Saturday evening.
The winter storm that barreled into New York over the weekend made a mess of Broadway box office receipts, with most shows reduced to six performances instead of eight when Saturday went dark.
A decision by officials at a Connecticut high school to drop a student production of the Green Day rock opera "American Idiot" drew an online rebuke from the band's frontman.
Canadian-based Cirque du Soleil, acquired last year by Chinese and U.S. investors, has undertaken changes that have been criticized internally but which should allow it to win over Broadway and China.
White makeup covering their aged faces, Chinese performers -- all aged over 50 -- don richly colored robes and false beards to belt out tunes passed down for more than two centuries.