This season, Gotham's theater companies get risky with a few well-known but seldom-seen revivals.
Producers of the hit London revival of the 1962 farce "Boeing-Boeing" have set their sights on a spring Broadway run for the show, posting a casting notice with a March 2008 start date for rehearsals.
Off Off Broadway tuner "Gauguin/Savage Light" is back for another go-round, with a fourth engagement of the small-scale musical set to begin later this month.
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Young producers John Pinckard and Orin Wolf are the inaugural recipients of the T Fellowship, the one-year legit producing fellowship administered by the Columbia U. School of the Arts.
Latest Off Broadway offering from P73 Prods., the troupe that produced last year's Pulitzer nominee "Elliot, A Soldier's Fugue," is Jason Grote's "1001," skedded to open in October.
William Finn revue "Make Me a Song" is back on track for an Off Broadway production, opening at New World Stages in November.
Broadway inched back up from its traditional post-Labor Day plummet last week, with total grosses rising about $750,000 to $13.2 million for 23 shows on the boards.
Actor, writer, choreographer and director Denny Martin Flinn died Aug. 24 in Woodland Hills, Calif., of complications from cancer. He was 59.
Once again, legiters are talking about sales figures for the new Mel Brooks tuner headed into town.
The 2003 London hit "Jerry Springer -- The Opera" will finally play Gotham in a two-night concert presentation at Carnegie Hall set for January.