During the past decade, about 80% of the plays that debuted at the annual Humana Fest have gone on to future lives, with 15 outings from the last five years showing up in Gotham. Gina Gionfriddos…
The tuner revival of "Promises, Promises" is showing promise at the box office.
Plays "The Glass Menagerie," "The Pride" and "When the Rain Stops Falling" topped the list of noms for Off Broadway's Lucille Lortel Awards, the first legit kudos to be announced this season.
Commercial producers of Off Broadway tuner "Yank!" aim to get the show to Broadway during the 2010-11 season.
The Broadway League is touting the strength of Main Stem biz during the first quarter of 2010, reporting rises over first-quarter 2009 in both box office and attendance despite a particularly harsh…
Paula Vogel is taking a semester off from her position as chair of the playwriting department at the Yale School of Drama, planning to use the time to work on a new play.
Branford Marsalis will compose the incidental music for the Broadway revival of August Wilson play "Fences."
Now that HBO has greenlighted the new series "Game of Thrones," it's not just TV execs who are hoping for the next "True Blood."
Thirty-year-old Gotham nonprofit IFP has added a new Distribution Lab to its lineup of programs devoted to helping filmmakers complete, market and distribute a first film.
A new play by David Henry Hwang, "Chinglish," will finish off the 2010-11 season at Chicago's Goodman Theater.
Patrick Stewart will topline the upcoming Broadway production of David Mamet's 1977 play "A Life in the Theater."