The award-winning stage play could open by spring 2018.
Director known for championing young playwright's is tackling Shakespeare's 'Othello.'
The acclaimed Belgian director, who brought David Bowie’s Lazarus to the stage, has a Dutch author in his sights .
Before "Hamilton," Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote a hell of a high school research paper.
As Richard II, the former Doctor Who brings his own manic Shakespearean spin to Brooklyn.
Two very different kinds of hits will see adaptations for Broadway stages.
The Pulitzer Prize winner, which debuts Friday on the West Coast, will be the most produced play of the season in the U.S.
Organizers warned against re-selling as tickets reportedly appeared online for over $1,500.
The British actors will perform the Shakespeare tragedy in a theater seating fewer than 200 people.
Richard O'Brien on why the 1973 glam-rock musical is still going strong.