Sigourney Weaver will again team up with scribe A.R. Gurney for "Crazy Mary," slated to preem at Playwrights Horizons in May 2007.
After a season where the president of the board oversaw operations, Stamford (Conn.) Center for the Arts has a new executive director.
Tina Turner tuner "River Deep" returns for a second limited Off Broadway engagement at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater July 5-29.
Alexander Gemignani heads the cast of Broadway vets -- including Norm Lewis, Gary Beach and Daphne Rubin-Vega -- who'll storm the barricades in "Les Miserables" this fall.
Broadway biz fell off for the week ending June 4, with nearly every show seeing a dip in grosses. But at more than $18 million for the 31 shows on the boards, the tally still easily beats totals…
It's Broadway's turn to smile. This season's paid attendance topped 12 million for the first time, with grosses soaring to a record $862 million. The results are the envy of other showbiz sectors, as…
Kevin Kline, Neil LaBute, Ed Harris, Craig Lucas, Suzan-Lori Parks and Brian Dennehy are on the slate for the Public Theater's 2006-07 season. Year kicks off with a yet-to-be-determined Shakespeare…
Playhouse 91, the 299-seat Off Broadway venue on the Upper East Side that in recent years housed "The Syringa Tree" and "Menopause, the Musical," will shutter for redevelopment.
Broadway's back in a big way. Fueled by holdover hits and a terrific selection of new shows, the 2005-06 season grossed a record $861.6 million, up 12% from the previous season. Paid attendance broke…
Rebecca Luker ("The Music Man") and Daniel Jenkins ("Big River") have joined the cast of "Mary Poppins" as the parents who hire the title nanny, played by Ashley Brown.
Broadway's still going strong. For the second week in a row, Rialto grosses totaled more than $20 million, hitting $20,363,812 for the week ending May 28. Biggest rises came from "Tarzan," up more…