American playwright David Ives' clever collection of short plays "All in the Timing" have been adored by theatergoers since its off-Broadway premiere in 1993.
The charming, irresistible musical "She Loves Me" opens with a group of people arriving for work one midsummer day and dreaming of playing hooky. Thank goodness they don't.
The only surviving play script including William Shakespeare's handwriting, and containing a passionate speech against xenophobia, is being put online to mark the 400th anniversary of the bard's death, the British Library announced Tuesday.
Malaysian actor Lawrence Ong （翁書強） has been cast in the play "For Samuel Beckett 110" （生存異境). It will be his first production at the influential Guling Street Avant-Garde Theatre （牯嶺街小劇場), according to a press release by Ong's agency.
A performer with a Cirque du Soleil show in Las Vegas slipped and fell on stage, marking the second injury in a week by the circus troupe.
Opera and theater star Alfie Boe will go from prisoner to playwright when he trades in "Les Miserables" for "Finding Neverland" late next month on Broadway.
Not too long ago, Saoirse Ronan found herself face-to-face on a red carpet with mega star Jennifer Lopez.
NBC has tapped some deep Broadway talent for its live production of the stage musical "Hairspray."
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.