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…
David Mamet, David Rabe, John Guare, Craig Lucas and Jeff Whitty are among the 20 playwrights who'll inaugurate the Atlantic Theater's second space over three weeks in June.
Thesp/musician Steven Van Zandt has teamed with wife Maureen and legit producers Nina Keneally and Jamie Lightstone to form Renegade Theater, dedicated to producing limited Broadway runs of classic…
John Buzzetti has become a partner at Gersh. The theatrical lit agent has become known for his roster of rising young clients since he joined the agency in 1998.
Gerry Goffin and Carole King will be joining the Four Seasons and Abba on Broadway, if all goes according to plan for producers Richard East and Tim Woods. East and Woods aim to produce "Natural…
Sigourney Weaver will again team up with scribe A.R. Gurney for "Crazy Mary," slated to preem at Playwrights Horizons in May 2007.
After a season where the president of the board oversaw operations, Stamford (Conn.) Center for the Arts has a new executive director.
Tina Turner tuner "River Deep" returns for a second limited Off Broadway engagement at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater July 5-29.
Alexander Gemignani heads the cast of Broadway vets -- including Norm Lewis, Gary Beach and Daphne Rubin-Vega -- who'll storm the barricades in "Les Miserables" this fall.
Broadway biz fell off for the week ending June 4, with nearly every show seeing a dip in grosses. But at more than $18 million for the 31 shows on the boards, the tally still easily beats totals…
It's Broadway's turn to smile. This season's paid attendance topped 12 million for the first time, with grosses soaring to a record $862 million. The results are the envy of other showbiz sectors, as…