The fur is flying over the Rat Pack. Actors' Equity has filed an unfair labor practice charge with the National Labor Relations Board against Gotham's Supper Club, the midtown venue that briefly…
Dodger Theatricals will turn over management responsibility of Off Broadway venue Dodger Stages to former business partner Stage Entertainment on March 15.
Broadway did boffo biz in 2005, raking in a record $825 million for the calendar year. In a report of year-end stats issued by the League of American Theaters & Producers, the year's grosses were up…
The transit strike struck Broadway grosses this Christmas, with 28 shows on the Rialto pulling in $15,563,747 for the week ending Dec. 25. That's not a huge drop from last year's holiday-week tally…
Noises Off: Times are tough Off Broadway, where a long-running, profitable show is a rare thing.
The Actors Center kicks off its first Congress of Actors and Acting Teachers with a starry roster of participants that includes Audra McDonald, Billy Crudup, Kathleen Chalfant, Jayne Atkinson and…
The Washington Ballet cancelled its Dec. 15-16 performances of "The Nutcracker" amid picketing dancers. Labor negotiations between the ballet company and the dancers' union deadlocked when the union…
Broadway producers Margo Lion ("Hairspray"), Hal Luftig ("Movin' Out") and Daryl Roth ("Proof") have picked up "Indoor/Outdoor" by Kenny Finkle for a commercial engagement Off Broadway.
SpinCo., formerly the live entertainment arm of Clear Channel Communications called Clear Channel Entertainment, will spin off from its radio-conglom parent Wednesday under the name Live Nation.
With no Britney or Melanie to keep it going, "Sweet Charity" will shutter after star Christina Applegate finishes her contract Dec. 31. The search for a celeb replacement for Applegate spurred some…
Philip Seymour Hoffman, fresh off National Board of Review accolades and a Golden Globe nom for "Capote," will appear in a Gotham reading of Stephen Adly Guirgis' new play, "The Little Flower of East…