James Calleri, the longtime casting director at Playwrights Horizons, has departed to form Calleri Casting and also joined creative producers Fran and Barry Weissler as a creative consultant.
Touring productions of Broadway shows had a national economic impact of $3.25 billion during the 2004-05 season, according to a study by the League of American Theaters and Producers.
Al Tapper, the producer behind the 2005 doc "Broadway: The Golden Years," is on the lookout for funders for a new tuner.
Looks like "Company" has found a home: The Broadway-bound revival of the Stephen Sondheim tuner will go into the Barrymore Theater, according to producer Richard Frankel. Rialto venue has been vacant…
Different Tony parties, different vibes. The official soiree at Rockefeller Center aimed to be a sophisticated fete, with plenty of food for nominators, nominees, winner, presenters and other Rialto…
Broadway got a rise out of pre-Tony buzz, with grosses up essentially across the board in the week leading up to the kudos. he $18,115,159 tally was actually down about $300,000 from the prior sesh…
Cynthia Nixon, the "Sex and the city" thesp who won the Tony for actress in a play, has another play on her plate: an Off Broadway production of "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie," with the helmer who…
Noises Off: If "The Lion King" is missing from the grosses chart this week, it's not because the Broadway incarnation of the global hit has abruptly run out of steam.
Pundits might think Broadway tuner "The Wedding Singer" won't score at the Tonys, but that hasn't stopped producers from believing it'll score on the road.
After months of rumors predicting its demise, the Promenade Theater, the 399-seat Off Broadway venue on the Upper West Side, will shut its doors for good Sunday when the theater's current tenant…
It's been a good week for plays on Broadway. First "Faith Healer" recouped, and now Alan Bennett's Tony frontrunner "The History Boys" has managed to make back its $1.85 million capitalization in…