Live Nation has at last sold off its theatrical biz, with Key Brand Entertainment, a private investment company owned by Brit theater producer John Gore, acquiring the legit division for $90.4…
The Broadway tuner adaptation of "The Color Purple" will shutter Feb. 24 after more than two years on the boards.
Alexandra Conley, exec director of Off Broadway's Soho Rep, has ankled her post at the 33-year-old downtown org.
After a rough post-holiday frame that saw receipts plummet, Broadway sales got a welcome uptick last week.
The Public Theater will use a $2.7 million grant to inaugurate the Public Lab, a new program to develop plays through two- to three-week runs of pared-down workshop perfs. All tickets will be $10.
"Secrets of a Soccer Mom" will be revealed next month Off Broadway, when the latest Gotham outing for scribe Kathleen Clark ("Southern Comforts") bows at the Snapple Theater Center.
The first outing of the Intl. Mystery Writers Fest, which centers on reviving the dying breed of legit mysteries, yielded three plays last year that went on to score noms for the Mystery Writers of…
Looks like Amy Morton and Deanna Dunagan, two "August: Osage County" thesps who look to be shoo-ins for Tony noms, will duke it out in the same category: Both will be considered eligible as lead…
A pair of Broadway-bound tuners were among the contenders duking it out Jan. 21 for the San Diego Theater Critics Circle Awards, with "A Catered Affair" nabbing seven trophies and "Cry-Baby" taking…
An opera seems like a natural candidate for a stint at Carnegie Hall. But an opera about Jerry Springer? Not so much. Especially when most legiters expected it to show up on Broadway.
Broadway doesn't usually do topical -- tuners, after all, are just starting to get the hang of rock music.