As Broadway producers went into the weekend assuring theatergoers that the show would go on despite stalled labor talks, the stagehands' union called a strike vote set for Oct. 21.
If you haven't seen -- or even heard of -- the musicals "The Break Up Notebook: The Lesbian Musical" or "The Story of My Life," don't worry. You probably will soon.
Broadway shows continued to perform Wednesday even as the Rialto teetered on the verge of a shutdown, with contract talks between producers and the stagehands union in a deep-freeze impasse.
Broadway is one step closer to a potential shutdown, with labor talks between Rialto producers and the stagehands' union coming to a close Tuesday night with both sides putting their best and final…
Broadway is one step closer to a potential shutdown, with labor talks between Rialto producers and the stagehands' union coming to a close Tuesday with the League of American Theaters and Producers…
Columbus Day weekend discovered new coin on the Rialto, with total Broadway grosses up $1.7 million to just over $16 million for 25 shows on the boards.
The Sundance Institute and New York's Public Theater are teaming up for a new legit developmental residency in Gotham, kicking off this fall at the Public.
Broadway producers and the Rialto stagehands union have agreed to continue labor talks, with the next meeting set for Oct. 9.
Harvey Fierstein isn't afraid to bite back at his critics.
When producing a new musical, take it out of town first. That's the long-standing tradition on Broadway.
After a long day of labor negotiations that ended around 9:30 pm Thursday [Oct. 4], Broadway stagehands' union Local One and the League of American Theaters and Producers agreed to resume talks…