• The Hollywood Reporter on LinkedIn
  • Follow THR on Pinterest


Latest News

  1. Invisible Cities: Opera Review

    1:20 pm 10/21/2013

    Italo Calvino's famous novel –- a conversation between Marco Polo and Kublai Khan about cities –- is transformed into a site-specific opera at L.A.'s historic Union Station.Read more

  2. 'Bronx Bombers' Headed to Broadway

    9:01 pm 10/20/2013

    Peter Scolari will star as baseball legend Lawrence Peter "Yogi" Berra in the new play exploring the history of the New York Yankees.Read more

  3. A Time to Kill: Theater Review

    4:15 pm 10/20/2013

    This courtroom thriller adapted for the stage from John Grisham's 1989 debut novel arrives on Broadway to coincide with publication of the author's sequel, "Sycamore Row."Read more

  4. Fast Company: Theater Review

    3:14 pm 10/18/2013

    South Coast Repertory in Orange County presents Carla Ching's sharp look at a family of grifters.Read more

  5. Wait Until Dark: Theater Review

    6:06 pm 10/17/2013

    Alison Pill ("The Newsroom") stars in a classic thriller at the Geffen Playhouse in Westwood.Read more

  6. Meryl Streep to Receive Monte Cristo Award

    8:53 am 10/17/2013

    The honor is presented by the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, where Streep spent a summer as a young actor fresh out of Yale School of Drama.Read more

  7. 'Lion King' Is Broadway's First $1 Billion Show

    6:00 am 10/16/2013

    Disney's musical relies on consistency, not sky-high prices, to hit a historic milestone.Read more

  8. Stephen Sondheim to Try Gay Twist on 'Company'

    5:22 pm 10/15/2013

    The composer is collaborating with Tony-winning director John Tiffany on a workshop of the groundbreaking 1970 musical, reconceiving central character Bobby as a gay man.Read more

  9. Einstein on the Beach: Opera Review

    4:51 pm 10/14/2013

    For a work that is now 37 years old, Philip Glass' "Einstein on the Beach" remains challenging and utterly modern.Read more

  10. 'Rebecca' Publicist Can't Escape $300 Million Lawsuit

    10:24 am 10/11/2013

    A judge says that Marc Thibodeau didn't owe a fiduciary duty to Broadway producers, but won't dismiss other allegations made against him.Read more

Syndicate content