The film star has appeared on the West End but never before on a Broadway stage.
The first stage production in more than a decade of the Alan Parker/Paul Williams movie musical will begin previews in April 2015.
Every aspect of the troubled starlet's life and her theatrical debut in 'Speed-the-Plow' is grist for hungry journalists' mill.
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.
The Hollywood star reportedly flubbed a few lines and drew unintended laughter in her first preview performance, but opening night isn't for a week yet.
Thompson and Terfel performed in successful semi-staged "Sweeney Todd" concerts with the New York Philharmonic earlier this year.
The limited run starring Madalena Alberto and Marti Pellow follows a successful UK tour.
The Tony and Olivier Award winner will play King Philip V in a new play with music about the world-famous castrato Farinelli at the Spanish court.
Peter Morgan's play imagines the private audiences with the Queen of Britain's many prime ministers through the decades.
The production of the play co-written by Oscar Wilde's grandson marks the great playwright's 160th birth anniversary.
'I'll probably mess up on the first night just out of fear,' says the oft-troubled Hollywood star.
A new report from the Society of London Theatre sums up the state of London theater.
Former 'X-Files' Star Gillian Anderson stars as Tennessee Williams's most famous character in a new London production to be broadcast by National Theatre Live.
Apparently, rehearsals for the West End revival of the David Mamet classic haven't even started yet, but Broadway World, HuffPo and Perez Hilton all jumped on the story.
Kidman is planning to appear in Turgenev's 'A Month In The Country' and another production yet to be named.