New play "Bill W. and Dr. Bob," about the founders of Alcoholics Anonymous, receives an Off Broadway berth at New World Stages in February.
New York Times legit critic Charles Isherwood has scored the Nathan Award, a criticism laurel administered by Cornell U. and endowed by the late critic George Jean Nathan.
Martin Short will say goodbye to Broadway after the holidays. "Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me," the musical skewering of celeb bio shows, closes Jan. 7 after a run of 22 previews and 165 regular…
It's only December, but this season already is proving a tough one for new musicals on Broadway. Its producers have announced that "High Fidelity" will shutter Sunday, becoming the second tuner this…
Lynne Meadow is taking a break from Manhattan Theater Club. Meadow, who has been a.d. at MTC for 34 years, will go on a year-long sabbatical for the 2007-08 season, with helmer Daniel Sullivan taking…
"Spring Awakening," the rock musical by Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik, bowed on Broadway Sunday, with more than one critic proclaiming the show a new kind of Rialto tuner.
The Grinch hasn't just stolen Christmas. He's also snatched the No. 1 position on Broadway away from perennial top dog "Wicked."
"Altar Boyz" continues to spread the word: The Off Broadway tuner will bow in Budapest, Hungary March 23.
The creative team of the recent Chicago production of "Urinetown" is firing back against its Gotham accusers, serving the Broadway creators of the show with a lawsuit seeking declaratory judgments…
Mary Landolfi has been elected the new prexy of Local 802 of the American Federation of Musicians, the legit union responsible for the strike that shutdown Broadway for four days in 2003.
"At Least It's Pink," the potty-mouthed evening that teams Michael Patrick King ("The Comeback," "Sex and the City") with Kenny Mellman (of downtown cabaret duo Kiki & Herb) and performer Bridget…