Broadway biz was spread thin last week as three new offerings joined the fray. Most shows on the boards saw a dip in sales, but total receipts were up about half a million dollars to $17.7 mil.
Inaugurating its new playwrights' fellowship program, the Lucille Lortel Foundation has handed out $50,000 to each of eight Gotham scribes.
Noises Off: With Sarah Ruhl's play "The Clean House" opening Oct. 30 at Lincoln Center, it's tempting to ask: What took so long?
"Two Trains Running," the second offering in the Signature Theater Company's August Wilson season, has sold out its originally skedded run and extended by a week -- before the production has even…
"Voyage," the first part of the Lincoln Center Theater production of Tom Stoppard's three-play cycle "The Coast of Utopia," has pushed back its opening night by three weeks to Nov. 27.
Broadway tuner "Mary Poppins" halted its performance Wednesday evening due to technical difficulties, and the aud was sent home with the promise of refunds or ticket exchanges.
Broadway tuner "The Wedding Singer," based on the 1998 Adam Sandler pic, will shutter Dec. 31. Co-produced by the "Hairspray" team of Margo Lion and New Line Cinema, the tuner has struggled to…
Michael Arden, one of the lead actors in Broadway tuner "The Times They Are A-Changin'," missed both the matinee and the evening performance Wednesday -- the day before the show's opening. The…
Tourism remained a strong force in Broadway biz over the 2005-06 season -- although it was receipts from New Yorkers and suburbanites that rose most noticeably during the frame.
Michael Stuhlbarg ("The Pillowman") and Fritz Weaver ("Trying") will topline the Gotham preem of David Mamet's adaptation of "The Voysey Inheritance" at the Atlantic.
Angela Lansbury returns to Broadway for the first time in more than 20 years in "Deuce," a new play by Terrence McNally ("Love! Valour! Compassion!") set to open at the Music Box May 6.