They're not sexy. They don't get much press coverage. They're not novelty shows starring clowns or blue men. And many of them play quirky, older venues off the beaten path.
Jane Krakowski won't be rollerskating back to Broadway after all. Thesp was never officially announced for the lead role of the Rialto-bound tuner "Xanadu," but after she starred in workshops of the…
The 25th-anniversary gala for the Off Broadway theater company included its share of wholesome moments, including the awarding of the Vineyard's inaugural Paula Vogel award to up-and-coming scribe…
Rialto fight director B.H. Barry will helm "Treasure Island" on Broadway this summer, in an action-oriented play based on the Robert Louis Stevenson novel.
Frederick Weller ("Take Me Out"), David Greenspan ("The Boys in the Band"), and Michael McElroy ("Big River") are among the cast of "Some Men," the play by Terrence McNally that begins perfs at…
The Roundabout Theater's national tour of its 2004 Broadway revival of "Twelve Angry Man" is reupping for a second year on the road, with star Richard Thomas signed on for the duration.
In the wake of positive notices, the Cherry Lane Theater production of Amiri Baraka's 1964 play "Dutchman" will extend for two weeks.
Building on the momentum of its critically praised August Wilson season and a $15 ticket price, the Signature Theater Company has completely sold out of tickets to its next production, "King Hedley…
Looks like "Evil Dead The Musical" won't survive in New York much longer: The Gotham tuner shutters Feb. 17. Although it attracted a small cult of fans of the camp-horror 1980s Sam Raimi pics on…
Last week was a cold one in Gotham, but the late-January drop in Broadway sales so remarkable during the prior frame leveled off in the week ended Sunday.
The producers of "The Pirate Queen," the new musical from "Les Miserables" creative duo Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg, are ramping up the show's Castcom, a video diary of the tuner's…