Nicholas Martin, a.d. of Boston's Huntington Theater and director of the current Broadway revival of "Butley," has reupped with the Huntington, agreeing to stay on as a.d. through the theater's…
Brian Dennehy, Zoe Caldwell, James Naughton and Philip Bosco are among thesps who will turn out for a free Rialto perf honoring the 50th anni of Eugene O'Neill's "Long Day's Journey Into Night,"…
"My Name Is Rachel Corrie" will shutter Off Broadway Dec. 17 after a 2½-month run. Brief life could be considered disappointing for a show that opened Oct. 15 with strong advance sales at the Minetta…
Joaquin Cortes won't be dancing his way to Broadway after all: The two-week run of the Spanish choreographer-hoofer's "Joaquin Cortes: Mi Soledad," set to kick off Monday at the Palace, has been…
At two back-to-back openings on Broadway last week, things got personal and political.
The Broadway creative team of "Urinetown" is telling the two regional productions of the show they accused of plagiarism to put their DVDs where their mouth is.
Broadway saw some big dips at the box office after its boffo Thanksgiving week -- but still stayed relatively hearty, bringing in just over $19.5 million for 32 shows on the boards.
The Roundabout is prepping a potential revival of Craig Lucas' "Prelude to a Kiss," with a Daniel Sullivan-helmed production shaping up to be the second show of the season at the American Airlines…
When "Dreamgirls" opened on Broadway in 1981, conventional wisdom said that a film version should be made only after the stage production had run its course, to prevent the cannibalization of legit…
The Tony Awards Administration Committee, the group that determines kudos eligibility for Broadway productions and creatives, met Nov. 30 to make its first batch of decisions.
One down, two to go: "Voyage," the first part of Tom Stoppard's three-play epic "The Coast of Utopia," opened Monday at Lincoln Center Theater, featuring a huge, starry cast that includes Ethan…