Jerry O'Connell will co-star with David Alan Grier and Blair Underwood in "A Soldier's Play," which opens on Broadway Jan. 21.
Drama Book Shop will reopen in March
Lin-Manuel Miranda and his "Hamilton" collaborators who purchased Drama Book Shop announced the store will reopen in March on Manhattan's 39th Street.
'Tootsie' to play final performance in January
"Tootsie," the Broadway musical that won two Tony Awards, will close on Jan. 5.
LI theater celebrates 'A Raisin in the Sun' at 60
Lorraine Hansberry's "A Raisin in the Sun," the first work by a black female playwright to run on Broadway, comes to Bay Street in Sag Harbor for a 60th anniversary production.
'The SpongeBob Musical' will make a splash on LI
"The SpongeBob Musical" will have its Long Island premiere Nov. 26 and 27 at Tilles Center in Brookville.
Time for 'The Minutes,' more theater news
Tracy Letts will star in his play "The Minutes," which marks a reunion with "August: Osage County" director Anna D. Shapiro, this spring on Broadway.
Blake Jenner talks 'Cyrano,' working with Peter Dinklage, more
In the new off-Broadway musical, Jenner plays Christian, the hopelessly good-looking (and brainless) chap who, like Cyrano (played by Dinklage), falls for Roxanne.
LI playwright's farce is a nod to Shakespeare
Long Island-bred playwright Marc Palmieri's "The Groundling," a farce with touches of Shakespeare, gets its local premiere at North Shore Village Theatre in Glenwood Landing on Friday.
LI theaters going Hollywood with film-based musicals
LI regional theaters this fall are performing theatrical versions of "Legally Blonde," "Matilda," "9 to 5" and "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels."
Tina Turner comes to Broadway
"Tina Turner: The Musical" recounts the singer's humble beginnings, her rise to rock stardom, her desperate years and, finally, her astounding comeback.
Adrienne C. Moore talks 'for colored girls,' 'OITNB,' more
The actress who played Black Cindy on "Orange Is the New Black" now plays the Lady in Yellow in an off-Broadway revival of "for colored girls who have considered suicide..."