At the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center in Waterford, Conn., Wendy C. Goldberg, a.d. of the org's National Playwrights Conference, has reupped her contract with the legit developmental program through…
Yes, he's dead. Broadway comedy "Is He Dead?" will close at the Lyceum Theater on March 9, making way for a limited spring run of "Macbeth," starring Patrick Stewart.
After the boost from Presidents' Day weekend, sales for most Broadway shows dipped last week -- although a couple of family-friendly tuners did unusually well.
Actor Dennis Letts died of lung cancer Feb. 22 in Tulsa, Okla. He was 73.
The fall was springtime for Broadway plays. With a bumper crop of nontuners crowding out the handful of new musicals so far this season, straight-play devotees could savor the resurgence of a form…
The Roundabout Theater Company's Broadway revival of tuner "Sunday in the Park with George" has skedded a two-week extension just before the reviews of its Feb. 21 opening hit newsstands.
Broadway revival "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" will extend its run by 10 weeks -- but one of its topliners, Terrence Howard, won't be around for half of them.
Legit director Bartlett Sher ("The Light in the Piazza") has reupped his contract as a.d. of Seattle's Intiman Theater, extending his tenure there through the end of the org's 2009 season.
Ethan Coen's first legit outing, "Almost an Evening," will receive an Off Broadway transfer, in March opening at the Bleecker Street Theater.
Presidents' Day weekend and the start of midwinter academic breaks helped give Broadway a boost last week, with nearly every show on the boards seeing week-to-week climbs at the B.O. -- and sales…