A billion-dollar Broadway season isn't looking too far off anymore. Sales for the 2006-07 frame hit a record $938.5 million, up 8.9% (or $76.9 million) from the year-earlier tally of $861.6 million…
Broadway stayed strong last week, with box office kept busy thanks to the late-May kudos buzz and the novelty of the new shows that rushed to open just before the mid-May Tony eligibility.
"Saturday Night Live" cast member Darrell Hammond is stepping in to "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" during his summer hiatus from "SNL."
The legit musicians' union have agreed to a new three-year contract with Broadway producers. Quietly arranged pact marks a shift from the last round of contract negotiations between the musicians'…
If you happened to pass by the William Morris international sales office in Cannes last week, you might have caught sight of a few Broadway hoofers.
It's two more weeks for "10 Million Miles." The new Off Broadway tuner, with songs by alt-country singer-songwriter Patty Griffin, does not open until June 14, but the production has already set an…
"In the Heights" is moving uptown. The Off Broadway tuner has set its sights on Broadway, closing July 15 in preparation for a Rialto bow next season.
"My First Time," an Off Broadway play compiling sexual-experience stories from real people, is set to begin an open-ended commercial run at New World Stages this summer.
Harry Connick, Jr., Angela Lansbury, Kevin Spacey and Usher are among the celeb presenters of the 2007 Tony Awards. Roster for the June ceremony, which has no single host, includes thesps currently…
CBS and producers of the Tonycast opened a whole can of controversy over the weekend when they approached producers of Broadway musicals "Legally Blonde" and "LoveMusik" about performances during the…