After some tough winter months, Broadway sales picked up a bit last week, as they usually do around this time.
The strong-selling Broadway revival of "A View from the Bridge," toplined by Liev Schreiber and Scarlett Johansson, has made it into the black, according to producers.
The producer of "The Miracle Worker" has issued a public plea for theatergoers to turn out in support of the current Broadway revival.
Producer David Shor has tapped a team of creatives largely unknown in the legit world to pen the tunes for the developing musical adaptation of "Sleepless in Seattle."
Broadway auds and producers often swoon over Brit productions so, as gambles go, trans-Atlantic transfers of prestige projects would seem to be a solid bet. And, of course, it's always cheaper to…
A pair of shows currently on the boards in productions from Manhattan Theater Club.
Off Broadway tuner "Yank!" has extended its run by two weeks in a move producers attribute to high demand for tickets.
Julia Cho has picked up the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, the kudo handed out annually to a femme playwright, for her play "The Language Archive."
A musical offering from Lemony Snicket and a world preem starring Rita Moreno are among the offerings on tap for the 2010-11 season at Berkeley Rep.
Marin Hinkle ("Two and a Half Men") and Matt McGrath ("Cabaret," "Hedwig and the Angry Inch") are among the thesps who will appear in "Graceland" at LCT3.
Domestic Film DAILY
PROVIDED BY: Box Office
Lucy1Daily:$11.8M Cumulative:$43.9M Universal Pictures -21.55%
Hercules2Daily:$8.5M Cumulative:$29.8M Paramount Pictures -16.73%
Dawn of The Planet of The Apes
Dawn of The Planet of The Apes3Daily:$5.3M Cumulative:$172.5M Fox -20.58%