The creative team of the recent Chicago production of "Urinetown" is firing back against its Gotham accusers, serving the Broadway creators of the show with a lawsuit seeking declaratory judgments…
Mary Landolfi has been elected the new prexy of Local 802 of the American Federation of Musicians, the legit union responsible for the strike that shutdown Broadway for four days in 2003.
"At Least It's Pink," the potty-mouthed evening that teams Michael Patrick King ("The Comeback," "Sex and the City") with Kenny Mellman (of downtown cabaret duo Kiki & Herb) and performer Bridget…
"Journey's End" will end up on Broadway after all. R.C. Sherriff's 1929 play about WWI soldiers in the trenches at Saint-Quentin, France, is set for a spring revival at the Belasco Theater. Boyd…
Noises Off: Tune your radio to a college rock station, and you just might hear a showtune. The folks plugging the cast recording of Broadway tuner "Spring Awakening" are attempting to bridge the…
Craig Wright, Naomi Iizuka, and Alice Tuan are among the scribes presenting new work at the 2007 Humana Fest of New American Plays at the Actors Theater of Louisville, Ky.
No one's snoozing at "The Drowsy Chaperone" box office. The tuner recouped its $8 million capitalization Nov. 26, just thirty weeks after it bowed on the Rialto this spring, according to the show's…
The "Urinetown" dispute is getting uglier. Joseph P. McDonnell, who directed the original 1999 production of "Urinetown" at the New York Intl. Fringe Fest, is accusing the team that staged the…
Lincoln Center Theater has managed to corral the massive, starry cast of "The Coast of Utopia" into a nine-week extension, pushing the closing date of Tom Stoppard's three-play epic back to May 13.
Nicholas Martin, a.d. of Boston's Huntington Theater and director of the current Broadway revival of "Butley," has reupped with the Huntington, agreeing to stay on as a.d. through the theater's…