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Bill Treusch, New York-Based Manager for Sissy Spacek, Christopher Walken and Many Others, Dies at 80

Bill Treusch, the admired New York-based talent manager who jump-started the career of Sissy Spacek and represented Christopher Walken, Diane Keaton, Viggo Mortensen, Richard Jenkins and many others during his five-decade career, has died. He was 80. Treusch died Tuesday in New York after a long illness, his niece Shannon Treusch, founder and partner of […]

‘The Boys in the Band’: Film Review

Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto and Matt Bomer head the ensemble reprising their Broadway roles in this Netflix adaption of the landmark Mart Crowley play 'The Boys in the Band,' about pre-Stonewall gay New Yorkers.

‘Hollywood’: TV Review

With 'Hollywood,' creators Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan, working with writer-director Janet Mock, bring Netflix a hopeful but frustratingly naive alt-historical look at 1940s Tinseltown.

Terrence McNally, Trailblazing Titan of American Theater, Dies of Coronavirus Complications at 81

Terrence McNally, the admired playwright and librettist who won received five Tony Awards while bringing his perspective of the world to such productions as 'Kiss of the Spider-Woman,' 'Master Class,' 'Ragtime' and 'Love! Valour! Compassion!,' has died. He was 81.

‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’ Revival is Second New Broadway Production Felled by Coronavirus Shutdown

Following the announcement earlier on Friday that Martin McDonagh's 'Hangmen' had played its final Broadway performance while still in previews, a similar fate has met the eagerly anticipated revival of Edward Albee's masterwork of interdependent marital warfare, 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?'

From ‘Virginia Woolf’ to Bob Dylan: 7 Highly Anticipated Spring Broadway Shows

Among seven highly anticipated spring Broadway shows are a reimagined Sondheim classic, a Dylan alt-musical, new plays by Martin McDonagh and Tracy Letts, a stunning saga of American capitalism and a unique ode to America’s favorite pastime.

Rupert Everett Steps Into Broadway Revival of ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’ (Exclusive)

The actor joins Laurie Metcalf, Russell Tovey and Patsy Ferran in the spring 2020 production, replacing Eddie Izzard, who departs due to scheduling conflicts.

Broadway’s ‘Hillary and Clinton’ to Close One Month Early

'Hillary and Clinton,' which stars Laurie Metcalf and John Lithgow, is the third Scott Rudin production of the 2018-19 season to move up its closing date following soft ticket sales.

‘Hillary and Clinton’: Theater Review

Laurie Metcalf and John Lithgow star as America's most famous contemporary political couple in crisis in 'Hillary and Clinton,' playwright Lucas Hnath's speculative tragicomedy set during the 2008 Democratic presidential primaries.

Laurie Metcalf, Eddie Izzard to Lead ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’ on Broadway

Producer Scott Rudin on Saturday announced that Edward Albee's ageless 1962 masterwork 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' will be revived in a production to star Laurie Metcalf, Eddie Izzard, Russell Tovey and Patsy Ferran. Two-time Tony Award winner Joe Mantello will direct the limited Broadway engagement.

David Rooney: The Best New York Theater of 2018

The Hollywood Reporter's chief theater critic glances back over a year of theatrical highlights, on Broadway and off.

Laurie Metcalf and John Lithgow to Star on Broadway in ‘Hillary and Clinton’ (Exclusive)

Laurie Metcalf and John Lithgow, both two-time Tony Award winners, will team up on Broadway to play the power couple who have been a prominent part of the American political landscape for the past quarter-century in 'Hillary and Clinton.'