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."
A two-month impasse among dancers and management of the Washington Ballet that forced the cancellation of "The Nutcracker" and other productions has been settled with a tentative agreement for a…
Broadway biz took a downturn for the week ending Sunday, dropping nearly $1.9 million from the previous frame to $13,820,063 for 24 shows.
On Broadway, you gotta get a niche. Take a look at recent hits, and you'll see a batch of shows that each tap a demo rarely drawn to Broadway. "Jersey Boys" attracts the Holland Tunnel crowd, "Monty…
In a last-minute game of musical chairs on Broadway, the revival of "The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial" will shift from the Lyceum to the Schoenfeld, clearing the way for a transfer of the Off Broadway…
Theatergoers got some stage time of their own Tuesday at the gala benefit honoring the Sydney Theater Company's "Hedda Gabler," featuring Cate Blanchett in her U.S. stage debut at the Brooklyn…
"DruidSynge," the complete works of J.M. Synge ("The Playboy of the Western World") staged by Garry Hynes ("The Beauty Queen of Leenane"), kicks off the Lincoln Center Festival on July 10.
Mark Kassen, Kevin Spacey's partner in the recently formed production company Trigger Street Independent, stars in "little Willy" at Off Broadway's Ohio Theater April 6-30.
"Grey Gardens," the new musical now in previews at Playwrights Horizons, is among the three winners of the 2006 Richard Rodgers Awards.