There's Boston and San Francisco, Chicago and Los Angeles, San Diego and Seattle and Denver. Now New Orleans is aiming to make the list of potential tryout towns for Broadway shows.
The latest New York outing for Edward Albee hasn't even begun previews yet, but it's already extended its limited run by three weeks.
Anne Rippey, currently the vice president-principal of legit communications firm the Marketing Group, will ankle the post later this fall to join Alan Wasser Associates as executive VP of marketing.
The Rialto continued its gradual rebound last week, with total grosses climbing about $725,000 to $13.95 million for 24 shows on the boards. Attendance grew by about 10,000 to slightly more than…
The course of "Lone Star Love" never did run smooth. Shakespeare-in-Texas tuner "Love" is Broadway-bound no more, canceling its fall engagement at the Rialto's Belasco Theater.
Hollywood isn't the only town facing a potential work stoppage. Broadway also might come to a halt this fall, once talks between the Broadway stagehands' union, Local One, and the producers' union…
Off Broadway's Public Theater has made a string of staffing changes, with former associate producer Mandy Hackett being upped to associate a.d. and Jenny Gersten, coming onboard as associate producer.
The Tony Awards have staked out a date for 2008, with the ceremony skedded to air live from Radio City Music Hall June 15, 2008. Production eligibility cutoff for the 2007-08 season has been set for…
This season, Gotham's theater companies get risky with a few well-known but seldom-seen revivals.
Producers of the hit London revival of the 1962 farce "Boeing-Boeing" have set their sights on a spring Broadway run for the show, posting a casting notice with a March 2008 start date for rehearsals.
Off Off Broadway tuner "Gauguin/Savage Light" is back for another go-round, with a fourth engagement of the small-scale musical set to begin later this month.