London import "Coram Boy" may technically be classified a Broadway play, but the music-heavy show will still be considered eligible for a Tony nom for original score.
The Roundabout looks likely to score a third Broadway house when the Henry Miller Theater reopens next fall. Newly renovated midtown venue, with around 1,000 seats, will join the Roundabout's two…
The aud at the opening night of August Wilson's final play, "Radio Golf," at Broadway's Cort Theater Tuesday, could take pleasure in connecting the dots between the scribe's last work, set in the…
George Bernard Shaw's "Pygmalion" gets a fifth Broadway revival from the Roundabout next season in a production starring Jefferson Mays and directed by David Grindley.
"November," a new comedy by David Mamet about the days preceding a presidential election, will preem on Broadway in January in a production helmed by Joe Mantello.
Neil LaBute, Stephen Adly Guirgis, Wendy MacLeod ("The House of Yes") and Julia Cho ("BFE") are among the scribes contributing new plays to Ensemble Studio Theater's Marathon 2007, the theater's 29th…
Brooke Berman's new drama "Hunting and Gathering" is the final show to join the 2007-08 slate at Off Broadway's Primary Stages.
Thesps Leslie Kritzer, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Mary Louis Wilson and David Margulies have scored performance awards from legit union Actors' Equity.
Faith Prince will topline "A Catered Affair," the new Broadway tuner from scribe-thesp Harvey Fierstein and composer John Bucchino.
It's a busy time on Broadway, with a slew of new shows crammed into a short period in order to open by Wednesday's Tony eligibility cutoff.
"Stuff Happens" led the pack at the 22nd annual Lucille Lortel Awards Monday night, taking four honors for Off Broadway excellence in the 2006-07 season. Tuners "In the Heights" and "Spring…