RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Broadway Theater

A collection of news and information related to Broadway Theater published by this site and its partners.

Top Broadway Theater Articles

Displaying items 89-99
  • L.A. theater openings, July 6-13: 'The Orphan of Zhao' and more

    L.A. theater openings, July 6-13: 'The Orphan of Zhao' and more
    An ancient Chinese legend is revisted in "The Orphan of Zhao" at La Jolla Playhouse, Four Clowns reimagines two Old Testament tales at Santa Monica'sĀ Annenberg Community Beach House, andĀ the greatest love story Shakespeare ever told gets two very...
  • Grammy-winning songwriter, country chart-topper, actor/singer headline State Theatre season

     
    Singer-songwriter Randy Newman, country singer Jo Dee Messina and actor/singer Danny Aiello, along with a cache of comedy and a long lineup of Broadway and stage performances highlight the 2014-15 season of The State Theatre in Easton, which was...
  • Paul Apted, Sound Editor on 'Fault in Our Stars,' Dies

    Paul Apted, a sound editor and son of director Michael Apted, died Friday of colon cancer in Los Angeles. He was 47. Paul Apted was a native of Manchester, England. His recent credits include "The Fault in Our Stars," "A Good Day to Die Hard," "The...
  • 'Sheer insanity' in Muhlenberg's regional premiere of 'Monty Python's Spamalot'

    "Spamalot" is "utterly shameless," says director James Peck. "No joke is too cheap." From the giant feet of God, which descend from the heavens (or at least the flies of Muhlenberg's Baker Theatre), to a number that parodies "Fiddler on the Roof,"...
  • PASSINGS: Louis Brown Jr., Barry Moss

    Louis Brown Jr., 90, father of Nicole Brown Simpson, who was slain in 1994, leading to a sensational trial in which her former husband O.J. Simpson was accused, died Thursday at home in Dana Point. Louis Brown had been suffering from Alzheimer's disease...
  • Mary Rodgers dies at 83; composer was part of musical dynasty

    Mary Rodgers, composer of the musical "Once Upon a Mattress" that helped make Carol Burnett a star and author of the "Freaky Friday" story, has died. She was 83. Rodgers died Thursday at her home in New York after a long illness, her son Alec Guettel...
  • Hustling on Broadway

    Hustling on Broadway
    While it's a long way from its heyday as a theater district, Broadway in downtown L.A. is still one of the most vibrant and interesting corridors of the city. Music blares out of doorways, stores sell all shapes and sizes of goods and you never quite know...
  • Glendale's Alex Theatre Is Ready For Its Closeup

    Those looking for a taste of Hollywood's Golden Age need not venture to the Broadway theater District in Downtown L.A., or that strip of Hollywood Blvd. that is akin to driving into the belly of the beast. The newly expanded Alex Theatre in Glendale...
  • Vocal coach Roger Love helps put the sing in Hollywood performances

     Vocal coach Roger Love helps put the sing in Hollywood performances
    Keira Knightley hates karaoke. She describes her relationship with singing as the occasional tune in the shower. Yet in an early scene in her new movie she's apprehensively clutching a guitar on a small stage, singing an original song over the hum of a...
  • 'So You Think You Can Dance' Champ Will Win Role on Broadway

    After nabbing the title of America's Favorite Dancer on "So You Think You Can Dance," the next winner of the FOX reality competish might go out "On the Town." Producers of the fall Broadway revival of "On the Town" will offer the upcoming winner of the...
  • Summer entertainment for kids

    Summer entertainment for kids
    Summertime in South Florida usually means that the performing-arts community has shifted into standby mode. But for kids, there are a number of opportunities to learn and/or be entertained. Summer Rocks 2014 The Palm Beach Pops has a music education...