"Students want to come out here," Ithaca in L.A. program director Stephen Tropiano says, "but it was difficult managing that as an East Coast school." Having a presence in L.A. makes the jump less…
The Rialto found plenty of surprises in its Easter basket in Week 45 (April 2-8): Not only did "The Lion King" surpass "Phantom of the Opera" to become the top-grossing Broadway production of all…
Four of the nine shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 45 (April 2-8). With "Million Dollar Quartet" on hiatus for two weeks, total box office declined 15.65% over the frame. During its fourth…
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Cocktail waiters with dirty martinis perched precariously above their heads slithered gingerly through a congested crowd at the Sunset Tower cabana Wednesday for the launch party of Lifetime's sexy…
Is Raven-Symone a Broadway draw? Sales numbers for Week 44 (March 26-April 1) suggest she may be, with tuner "Sister Act" showing notable signs of life since the former Disney Channel star stepped…
Five of the 10 shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 44 (March 26-April 1). Total box office declined 1.83% on the frame. During its third week in Boston, "Les Miserables" once again took the…
What are the three secrets to becoming a mega Hollywood producer? Brains, heart and balls, or as the late Dino De Laurentiis told his family and friends, "chevello, cuore and coglioni."
Five of the 10 shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 43 (March 19-25). Total box office declined 2.12% over the frame. In its second week in Boston, "Les Miserables" held on to the top spot…
Fresh shows continued to bring in new coin to the Broadway box office in Week 43 (March 19-25) -- but with gains at some productions offset by losses at others, the overall tally upticked only a bit.
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"The Office" regular Kate Flannery and her comedy partner Scot Robinson opened the night, urging the crowd to let its guard down. Hair, for some reason, happened to inspire the evening's better jokes.