David Hyde Pierce has reupped with "Curtains," extending his run in the Broadway tuner by six months. His stint in the show will now end Aug. 31, 2008.
Broadway shook off the strike last week, and a string of returning shows hit the ground running, playing five or six perfs over the frame after Wednesday's resolution of the work stoppage.
It's not always easy being the second child. As of spring, John Waters will be the proud papa of two Broadway tuners, with "Cry-Baby," a musical adaptation of his pic, set to join "Hairspray" as…
Well, at least one entertainment industry strike is over. Broadway got back up and running Nov. 29 after striking stagehands' union Local One and the League of American Theaters & Producers reached a…
The creators of the Broadway production of "Urinetown! The Musical" have settled a lawsuit against the production team of a 2006 Chicago incarnation that allegedly included plagiarized staging…
"Democracy" in America is for sale. No, not that democracy -- though that may be debatable -- and not the "Democracy in America" written by Alexis de Tocqueville. A new co-production from Gotham Off…
The Broadway incarnation of "Rent" is slashing prices in a bid to snare post-strike auds.
Looks like auds never sought out "Desperately Seeking Susan." The West End tuner, which opened at the Novello Theater Nov. 15, will close Dec. 15.
With the Broadway strike over as abruptly as it started, legiters scrambled to take the Rialto from zero to 60 after the work stoppage that darkened more than 25 productions for 19 days.
The two sides of the labor dispute that has darkened the Rialto for nearly three weeks announced late Wednesday that a tentative deal had been struck. All shuttered shows are on track to resume…
Broadway producers and stagehands returned to the bargaining table Wednesday morning for another marathon session in an attempt to end the 19-day strike that has shut down most Rialto offerings.