The midsummer appeal of an air-conditioned theater helped boost Broadway sales over the week ending July 16. With summer tourism kicking into gear, almost every show experienced a rise from the…
A.R. Gurney and Charles Mee are among the writers whose work will bow at the Flea Theater next season. It'll be the fourth time at the Flea for Gurney, whose play "Post Mortem," which examines…
"On the Third Day," the play that won its West End run in a competition staged for Brit TV reality skein "The Play's the Thing," will shutter July 29, more than a month early.
The Broadway tuner version of "Legally Blonde" has confirmed the rumors it's found a Gotham berth at the Palace Theater, most recently home to the short-lived "Lestat."
Usher isn't the only name in the mix for Broadway's "Chicago." Tori Spelling looks likely to appear in the 10-year-old revival, too.
Is it too soon -- or too late -- for the return of "A Chorus Line"? That was the question raised when a Broadway revival of Michael Bennett's landmark tuner about the lives of Rialto gypsies staked a…
"A Chorus Line" producer John Breglio has hours of footage in the can for a potential documentary about the audition process of the Broadway revival -- a "Chorus Line"-style peek at the making of the…
Pop and R&B star Usher comes to Broadway Aug. 22, stepping into "Chicago" as lawyer Billy Flynn.
Michael Patrick King ("Sex and the City," "The Comeback") is dabbling in legit, co-writing and directing "At Least It's Pink," a collection of dirty songs and stories.
Kevin Kline is stepping into rehearsals to replace Christopher Walken in the Public Theater's Central Park production of Bertolt Brecht's "Mother Courage and Her Children," starring Meryl Streep in…
Barnard Hughes, the legit actor who won a Tony for his 1978 performance in the title role of "Da," died July 11 in New York following a short illness. He was 90.