The upcoming Broadway production of "Driving Miss Daisy" is turning out to be no wallflower: The play has racked up advance tickets sales of nearly $4.5 million prior to beginning previews Thursday.
A theatrical adaptation of the movie "Sister Act" will be getting its groove on Broadway style.
Bernadette Peters and Elaine Strich will now stick with "A Little Night Music" through Broadway's big-selling holiday season, appearing in the show until it shutters Jan. 9.
"Wicked" composer Stephen Schwartz has signed on as a commercial producer attached to "The Blue Flower," the multimedia tuner gearing up for a run at Boston's American Repertory Theater later this…
The box office at "American Idiot" had the time of its life last week -- at least so far -- thanks to a weeklong stint from Green Day frontman, Billie Joe Armstrong, in one of the musical's major…
A pair of Michael Jackson associates, Jerry Greenberg and Frank Dileo, will produce a new L.A. staging of "Sisterella," the 1996 tuner on which Jackson had been a presenter.
IFC Films has picked up U.S. rights to "The Trip," the Michael Winterbottom pic toplined by Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon.
Kristen Schaal ("Toy Story 3"), Christopher Evan Welch ("Rubicon") and Jeremy Strong are among the thesps signed up for "The Coward," the latest production from Lincoln Center Theater's LCT3.
Screenwriter Barbara Turner has been tapped to pen "Unscrupulous," the developing indie feature about the Harding administration.
Think curtain time is 8 p.m.? Better double-check your ticket, just to be sure.
Of all the media outlets in which a Broadway show seems least likely to show up, Sports Illustrated is at the top of the list.