"Abraham Lincoln's Big, Gay Dance Party" will hit Off Broadway this summer for a six-week run.
Docu "Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage" picked up the audience award at the Tribeca Film Fest.
"American Idiot" doesn't look so dumb: The Broadway tuner saw weekly sales shoot up in Week 48 in the wake of strong reviews.
Attracting an African-American audience to productions of August Wilson plays can be surprisingly tough. Or so goes the conventional wisdom on Broadway.
"The Orphans' Home Cycle" scored the top play prize from the New York Drama Critics' Circle.
What a way to end the 2009-10 Broadway season. The "Fences" opening April 26 followed "Promises, Promises" the night before, and proved just as starry.
A touring production of Broadway tuner "The Addams Family" will hit the road in September 2011 with a kickoff engagement at the Mahalia Jackson Theater for the Performing Arts in New Orleans.
"Abraham Lincoln's Big, Gay Dance Party," which played a buzz-attracting run in the 2009 New York Intl. Fringe Fest, will hit Off Broadway this summer for a six-week run.
A couple of unexpectedly eligible contenders could jump into the Tony category for original score.
Broadway play "Race" won't shutter in June after all: The show has pushed back its closing date until Aug. 23.