Off Broadway's Signature Theater will showcase the works of Charles Mee, the Negro Ensemble Company, Suzan-Lori Parks and Tony Kushner over the next four years -- and every tickets to every perf will…
"Company" and "Radio Golf" have become the first post-Tony casualties of the season, with the Broadway productions of both shows to shutter July 1.
Paper Mill Playhouse, the New Jersey regional that teetered on the verge of shuttering throughout the spring, has recovered enough to announce a 2007-08 season.
"Spring Awakening" had a good week even before its eight Tony wins Sunday prompted sales to go through the roof, with producers late Monday estimating that the rock tuner would sell in the realm of…
"I did tell Jack O'Brien that if he wanted to a do a musical of this, I think 'Serfs Up' would be a good title," Tom Stoppard cracked after his win for "The Coast of Utopia," his saga about Russian…
Broadway stage manager and producer Mark Wright died Wednesday June 6 in Los Angeles of an incurable form of anemia.
Well, there was no runaway hit. But the lack of a juggernaut isn't entirely a bad thing. After all, Broadway was more popular than ever, with paid attendance rising to a record 12.3 million.
All together, now: It's Fronk-en-shteen. "Young Frankenstein," Mel Brooks' much-anticipated follow-up to "The Producers," has finally confirmed a cast (Roger Bart, Megan Mullally, Sutton Foster…
Nathan Lane will play the presidential lead role in "November," the new political comedy by David Mamet due to begin perfs on Broadway in December. Lane had been tipped as the likeliest candidate to…
A Broadway transfer of the hit London revival of "Guys and Dolls" is in the works. Now it just has to find a cast. A Rialto incarnation of the 2005 West End production, which ran for about two years…
With the Tony Awards hullabaloo winding down, legiters are free to turn their attention to the annual round of summer fests. Add two more to the list.