Along with the first official artwork, details about the plot of the forthcoming two-part Harry Potter play have been revealed. It sounds like Albus Severus has inherited a few too many things from his father.
We’ve known that J.K. Rowling was working on a play, but now we know for certain that it will open next year. And that, contrary to earlier speculation, it’s not a sequel.
This winter, Lazarus, based on The Man Who Fell to Earth, will premiere off-Broadway. It'll have new songs by David Bowie as well as new arrangements of the original songs. Sadly, though, Bowie himself will not be reprising his role as alien-inventor Thomas Jerome Newton.
Disney is toying with the idea of a Princess Bride "stage adaptation." Please don't suck, please don't suck, please don't suck, please don't suck, please don't suck, please don't suck, please don't suck, please don't suck.
Terminator 2 and William Shakespeare: What could be better? This trailer for the stage production Terminator the Second shows us what happens when you blend robots from the future with the Bard.
Val Kilmer gave the world an inside look into his makeup-heavy transformation for his one-man play Citizen Twain. Which we then turned into a fairly terrifying gif. Watch as Batman becomes the be-joweled Samuel Clemens.
In "Sovereign," the final act of Mac Rogers' epic alien-bugs vs. humanity Honeycomb Trilogy of plays, we learn that rebuilding the world from the ashes is much harder than leading the resistance. What happens after you've won the battle for the post-apocalypse?
Now this is a movie-inspired kids stage show we'd pay money to see. Check out the first ever footage form the Melbourne stage production of How To Train Your Dragon.
With The Tempest, opening tomorrow, Julie Taymor and Helen Mirren bring a splashy fantasy vibe to the Bard. But science fiction and fantasy have been playing with Shakespeare forever. Here are the greatest Shakespeare homages and cover versions in SF.
Why didn't somebody think of this long ago? U.S.S. Pinafore enlists Gilbert and Sullivan's comic opera in Starfleet, with amazing results. If you've ever wished Little Buttercup's libretto included tribbles and Saurian brandy, then watch the trailer below.
Now you can watch all three Cobra Commander musicals, Cobra The Musical, Cobra Christ, Superstar, and Return of the King... of Kings . That's right - someone made a villain-centric Cobra musical so you can learn what's behind the mask.
Today is a good day to watch the Klingon translation of A Christmas Carol, or just to eat some Starfleet cookies. And in other Trek news, J.J. Abrams' alternate timeline has spawned its own line of alternate-universe tie-in novels.