Collaborations between these two titans of theater have hit pay dirt before.
Hugh Jackman may have gotten most of the attention at yesterday's press introduction for the upcoming Broadway premiere of Jez Butterworth's The River, but American audiences might also recognize co-star Cush Jumbo's face from the Season Three "Children of Earth" series on the Doctor Who spinoff Torchwood.
The composer and the star of the new Broadway musical will answer fans' questions via Twitter and a new video social app called Weev on October 15.
Revenues have dropped for the award-winning 2012 hit musical.
TV's 'Jane Eyre' and star of Showtime's upcoming 'The Affair' will make her Broadway debut opposite the 'Brokeback Mountain' star.
The Broadway star talks to us about her upcoming role in the country-music drama, and how she's preparing to sing in a style we haven't heard from her before.
The original Broadway production won Tony Awards for Best Play and for its two leads, and Marlee Martin won an Oscar for the film adaptation.
Tony Award winners Ann Reinking, Bebe Neuwirth, James Naughton and Joel Grey will make cameo appearances at a special performance as the musical becomes the second-longest-running show in Broadway history.
A phalanx of top Broadway talent helps Sundance's theatre program celebrate its many successes with an unprecedented 'Sundance… Sings!' concert event in NYC.
RSC's two-part adaptation of Hilary Mantel's best-sellers about Henry VIII and his court begins performances at the Winter Garden March 20, 2015.
Lucy and Desi's daughter is already receiving excellent reviews as Pippin's grandmother Berthe on the national tour.
The 25-member cast will open the show in Paris this fall prior to a Broadway premiere in spring 2015.
Classicalite reported that the Disney-Broadway sensation Newsies would be hitting a 25-city running tour in October 2014 — well now, after closing on Broadway after 1,005 shows, the production comes to the iconic Kimmel Center in Philadelphia.
The 38-year-old SAT prep teacher is not just a crooner of pop hits.
Mad Men’s Elisabeth Moss, alongside Jason Biggs, is set to perform on Broadway in Wendy Wasserstein's The Heidi Chronicles. This will mark the first Broadway revival of the Pulitzer Prize and Tony award winning show.