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…
The Broadway revival of "A Chorus Line" has made a swift step-kick into the black, recouping its initial capitalization in about five months. And producer John Breglio said plans were set for a…
A midweek snowstorm didn't keep auds away from Broadway last week: The street got its usual jolt from Presidents Day weekend, which sent grosses up to $17.2 million for 28 shows on the boards, up…
He's written 11 plays. His latest production has broken attendance records at venues across the country. He has a popular DVD line of filmed plays that do brisk biz at Target and Wal-Mart. And yet if…
Jeff Daniels and Theresa Rebeck are among the scribes nominated for the 2006 Steinberg/ATCA Awards, the new play kudos handed out annually by the American Theater Critics Association.
John Glover has a big chair to fill. Thesp ("Smallville," "Love! Valour! Compassion!") is set to take over this spring as Man in Chair in "The Drowsy Chaperone" on Broadway.
A labor dispute threatens to disrupt New York City Opera's upcoming production of "The Pirates of Penzance," whose cast includes Rialto vet Marc Kudisch.
Producers Moya Doherty and John McColgan are continuing to put their TV background to good use in marketing their Broadway tuner, "The Pirate Queen."