"Equivocation" has picked up the Steinberg/American Theater Critics Association New Play Award.
The new musical adaptation of "Tales of the City" will have its world preem next year as part of the 2010-11 season at San Francisco's American Conservatory Theater.
The nation's rolling spring break sked brought tourists back to Gotham last week -- and with them a nice boost to Broadway's box office.
The Roundabout Theater Company has indefinitely postponed its planned Broadway revival of "Lips Together, Teeth Apart" following the abrupt exit Wednesday of cast member Megan Mullally.
The Tony Awards and the New York Drama Critics' Circle have made nice, with Tony Award Prods. announcing it will allow the NYDCC members to vote for the Tonys after a season of disenfranchisement.
West End auds go to theater more frequently -- and in a more equal distribution of age ranges -- than Broadway ticketbuyers, according to stats released in a new study of West End theatergoers from…
Julie Taymor will receive New Dramatists' lifetime achievement award, presented by Helen Mirren, later this spring as part of the Gotham nonprofit's annual spring lunch.
Roundabout Theater Company announced it would delay previews of 'Lips.'
"High School Musical" star Corbin Bleu has extended his run in Broadway tuner "In the Heights" by three months, with his stint now running through much of the summer.
Robin Wright and Richard Schiff will make their Broadway debuts in a revival of Lanford Wilson play "Talley's Folley," aiming to hit the Rialto next season.
The Obamas like Broadway, and Broadway's loving it.