The "Grumpy Old Men" musical continues to take steps toward Broadway, with helmer Glenn Casale signing on to direct the new tuner.
The Metropolitan Opera gets a dash of Broadway next season, with legiters such as John Doyle ("Sweeney Todd"), Mary Zimmerman ("Metamorphoses") and Richard Jones ("Wrong Mountain") helming three of…
Broadway held on to some of the momentum from Presidents Day weekend, upticking to $18.3 million in total sales for the week ending Feb. 25. That's up by about $1 million from the prior sesh.
Awards season has been kind to Oscar-nommed Peter Morgan, whose screenplay for "The Queen" has enough trophies to fill a mantlepiece. Next stop: The Tonys?
"American Idol" winner Fantasia Barrino steps into the lead role of "The Color Purple" on Broadway April 10. Announcement was made on the Thursday episode of "Idol," during which Barrino sang a…
"The Producers," the Mel Brooks tuner that broke box office records and created the phenomenon of the premium-priced ticket when it opened in 2001 and then swept that year's Tonys Awards, will…
It's official: "Sunday in the Park with George" will be part of the Roundabout Theater's 2007-08 Broadway season. U.K. import, which took home five Olivier Awards Sunday, begins previews at Studio 54…
At Off Broadway's Zipper Theater, one musical revue of a single composer's work is making way for another. Zipper's new tenant will be "Make Me a Song: The Music of William Finn," beginning previews…
Sheila Matthews Elmer, a 12-year vet of Actors' Equity, is the new marketing rep at C&S, the Gotham entertainment insurance agency formerly known as Coulter & Sands.
The latest helming project for Judith Ivey -- the thesp who has directed with increasing frequency over the last few years -- is "Fugue," running March 13-April 21 at the Cherry Lane Theater Off…