The Drama League, the nonprofit org that administers the 70-year-old Drama League Awards, has named Jano Herbosch its prexy.
Now that "Monty Python's Spamalot" has become the first Broadway show to break the Benjamin barrier, other hits are following suit.
Eileen Atkins is a sure thing for "Doubt." She will take over for Cherry Jones in John Patrick Shanley's Tony- and Pulitzer-winning play Jan. 8.
Lincoln Center Theater will revive "Awake and Sing," Clifford Odets' 1935 play about a Jewish family in the Bronx, at the Belasco Theater.
Without the holiday-weekend bump of the previous sesh, Broadway biz fell off a bit for the week ending Oct. 16. Grosses totaled $15,228,522 for 26 shows on the boards, down $183,565.
Another jukebox musical is giving Gotham a go -- this one strumming the songs of John Denver. "Almost Heaven: Songs of John Denver" begins performances at Off Broadway's Promenade Theater Oct. 28…
British playwright Harold Pinter won the 2005 Nobel Prize in literature Thursday. The Swedish Academy said that the scribe "uncovers the precipice under everyday prattle and forces entry into…
Another jukebox musical is giving Gotham a go -- this one strumming the songs of John Denver.
Tommy Tune is poised to overhaul the failed touring production of the tuner "Dr. Dolittle," with the multihyphenate directing, choreographing and starring.
Temperatures fell, grosses climbed. Total Broadway receipts rose to $15,412,087 for the week ending Oct. 9, up a cool $3 million from the previous week.
This spring a handful of adolescent spelling champs will compete in Chicago, and a Christian boy-band will prove it has Seoul. In March, a production of the Tony-winning tuner "The 25th Annual Putnam…