Casting for this fall's Broadway offerings continues to take shape.
Broadway B.O. took its typical swan dive in the week following the Labor Day holiday.
"The Book of Mormon," the tuner from "South Park" creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, has nailed down its Broadway dates, opening at the Eugene O'Neill Theater in March.
CBS has reupped its pact to broadcast the Tony Awards for another three years, keeping the legit industry's top kudo ceremony on the net through 2013.
Today's secret marketing word is … "nontraditional!"
Broadway perked up in week 15 (Aug. 30-Sept. 5).
Richard Nelson and Jonathan Marc Sherman are among the scribes tapped for the 2010-11 season of the Public Lab, the Public Theater's developmental program of new works that launched the Broadway…
Victor Garber, Patrick Wilson, Michael Stuhlbarg and Joe Mantello -- in his first acting gig since the original Broadway run of "Angels in America" -- are among the cast of the one-night-only reading…
Adrian Noble-helmed productions of "The Tempest" and "Amadeus" are among the offerings on the summer 2011 sked at San Diego's Old Globe Theater.
Screen Media has pounced on Northern American rights to "White Lion," a family-friendly adventure pic helmed by Michael Swan.
A pair of PR execs at the Weinstein Company are moving to entertainment praisery ID -- where they'll still work on campaigns for upcoming TWC releases.