Of the new road shows, there's one that looks likely to be another 'Jersey Boys'
At the age of 71, "Million Dollar Quartet" playwright Floyd Mutrux is still churning out ideas. His next show, "Boy From New York City," is focused on the life of record label maven George Goldner. A…
In the New York rehearsal room for the new touring production of the musical "Bring it On," there are signs with arrows, helpfully labeled. One points the way to downstage, the other points up.
Presenters shocked to learn that some 'South Park' fans live west of the Hudson.
Everything looks to be going well for "Memphis." The bluesy tuner, which has played for nearly 700 performances, has been filmed for theatrical release and is readying a big national tour this fall.
When Broadway in Chicago was created in 2000, some local Chicago politicians with chips on their Second City shoulders weren't shy about criticizing the appropriation of a Gotham brand. "Why Broadway…
At the Denver Center Attractions, prexy Randy Weeks is opening his 2011 road season with the tour of "Next to Normal," starring Alice Ripley.
Just a couple of years ago, top-end Strip resorts in Las Vegas, like the Wynn Hotel and the Bellagio, were commanding room rates of $300 or more, especially on weekends. But as any Vegas lover with…
If the stereotype of a road-only show is some non-union, not-for-New-York revival of a creaking Rodgers & Hammerstein tuner, consider the pedigree of "101 Dalmatians," the new touring attraction from…
Anyone who thinks they know the kind of people who attend a Cirque du Soleil show -- old enough to be affluent, arty enough to embrace risk, highly influenced by critics and artistic tastemakers -…
When the Steppenwolf Theater Company opened its hit production of "August: Osage County," New Yorkers marveled at how the Chicago troupe had somehow managed to keep together such a versatile group.