Partygoers crowded into the Broadway Lounge at the Marriott Marquis Sunday to celebrate opening night of Broadway revue-tuner "Ring of Fire."
Broadway grosses got a springtime boost for the weekend ending March 12, rising more than $1.3 million to $15,142,726 for 25 shows on the boards.
Noises Off: Winter is usually a prime time for gloom and doom on Broadway, a post-holiday stretch of dismal sales extending from January through much of March.
Will the entire cast of "Some Girl(s)" be made up of veterans of NBC's Must-See TV lineup? Eric McCormack ("Will & Grace") takes the central role of the production, the latest Off Broadway play by…
The Lucille Lortel Foundation has created a fellowship for playwrights in the New York tri-state area. Program will award eight grants of $50,000 to scribes every other year.
Playwright Kenneth Lonergan ("This Is Our Youth," "Lobby Hero"), who made the jump to the bigscreen with "You Can Count on Me," will be back on the New York stage in April 2007.
In a bit of legit-lit synergy, the new tuner "J.A.P. Chronicles, The Musical" opens at Off Broadway's Perry Street Theater May 3, just a few days before the novel on which it is based, "The J.A.P…
Maura Tierney ("ER") has joined the cast of "Some Girl(s)," the latest Off Broadway offering from Neil LaBute.
Sally Bowles is blowing into Paris this fall, when Sam Mendes' Tony-winning production of "Cabaret" takes up residence at the Folies Bergere.
Thesp Jason Ritter took home one of the 2006 Martin E. Segal Awards, which recognize the achievement of young artists working with the 12 constituent orgs of Lincoln Center.
Producer Ken Davenport ("Altar Boyz") has acquired the theatrical stage rights to the Richard Matheson novel "Somewhere in Time."