A tenth-anni revival of Broadway tuner "Ragtime" is among the offerings of New York City Opera's 2007-08 season. Also on City Opera's slate is a new opera with music by Richard Danielpour and…
The next production at Off Broadway's New York Theater Workshop is the world preem of "All the Wrong Reasons: A True Story of Neo-Nazis, Drug Smuggling and Undying Love," a one-man show written and…
Ticket sales for Broadway road shows over the 2005-06 season were down when compared with tickets purchased the prior season, according to the report on the road audience demo released every other…
Broadway shook off some of its winter doldrums last week, with most shows posting box office gains over the prior week. Tally of grosses for the 28 productions on the boards rose to $14.5 million, up…
Off Broadway's Irish Repertory Theater will receive the 22nd annual Jujamcyn Award, the $100,000 prize handed out by Jujamcyn Theaters, the owner and operator of five Rialto theaters.
"Spring Awakening" may still be working to cement its Broadway audience, but at least one group of the production's seats are regularly hard to come by: the ones onstage.
The reviews are in, and they're mostly raves. New tuner "Legally Blonde" opened its pre-Broadway tryout in San Francisco Tuesday, and by Thursday morning, the show had a bundle of gushy critics'…
New York Intl. Fringe Fest alum "The Fartiste," which won the fest's 2006 award for tuner, is gearing up for a commercial Off Broadway production this summer.
Two veteran Broadway lawyers, Mark Sendroff and Jason Baruch, have teamed up to form the entertainment law firm Sendroff & Baruch.
The Mint Theater Company has scored the 2007 Tony Randall Grant, a cool $100,000 to be put toward the org's upcoming production of Leo Tolstoy's little-seen tragedy "The Power of Darkness."
Time is up for "The Vertical Hour." The Broadway play starring Julianne Moore will end its limited engagement March 11, three weeks ahead of the skedded April 1 closing.