There's a whole lot of jostling for the top spots on the Rialto these days. Grosses for "Wicked" and "The Lion King" retained their customary places at the head of the pack for the week ending May…
Call the celebration off: "Festen" shutters May 20. Show, based on the 1998 Danish movie "The Celebration," was a hit in the U.K. But the Broadway production, which opened April 9 with an American…
"The Pirate Queen" has found its queen. Stephanie J. Block, who played Liza Minnelli in "The Boy From Oz," takes the title role in the latest tuner from Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg.
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The Maze Runner2Daily:$968,406 Cumulative:$58.9M Fox -77.28%
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"The Drowsy Chaperone" and "The History Boys" led the 2005-06 Outer Critics Circle awards, but the top tuner prize went to "Jersey Boys."
Philip Seymour Hoffman takes to the boards Off Broadway next season in Bob Glaudini's "Jack Goes Boating," one of the plays on the slate of the LAByrinth Theater Company, of which Hoffman and thesp…
Stephen Adly Guirgis ("Our Lady of 121st Street") and Lynn Nottage ("Intimate Apparel") are among the participants set for the O'Neill Playwrights Conference at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center in…
In its final meeting of the season, the Tony Administration committee decided to award a special Tony to Sarah Jones for her solo show "Bridge & Tunnel."
The 2006-07 slate at the Vineyard Theater, the Off Broadway nonprofit where "Avenue Q" originated, features works by Nicky Silver ("Pterodactyls," "Raised in Captivity"), Anne Washburn ("Apparition")…
Jill Clayburgh must really like legit. Thesp, who returned to Broadway for the first time in 20 years last fall in "A Naked Girl on the Appian Way," then went on to co-star in this spring's "Barefoot…
Kathleen Turner and Bill Irwin can't get enough of Martha and George. They'll continue to play the lead roles in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" on a five-month U.S. tour.