Barnard Hughes, the legit actor who won a Tony for his 1978 performance in the title role of "Da," died July 11 in New York following a short illness. He was 90.
Fireworks and barbecues traditionally take a bite out of Broadway grosses over the July Fourth week, and last week was no different. The majority of shows, almost across the board, saw box office…
"The Times They Are A-Changin'," helmer-choreographer Twyla Tharp's dance-ical set to the tunes of Bob Dylan, has nailed down an Oct. 26 opening on Broadway at the Brooks Atkinson Theater.
"A Stone Carver," a play by William Mastrosimone, head writer of TNT miniseries "Into the West," will have a commercial run this summer at Off Broadway's Soho Playhouse.
The Grinch is stealing the Hilton Theater. "Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas! -- The Musical" is snatching the Broadway venue from the struggling dance musical "Hot Feet," which has not yet…
Noises Off: Dylan McDermott will star in Eve Ensler's two-hander "The Treatment" at the Culture Project Off Broadway this fall.
It's the circle of life: The day after one Richard Greenberg show closes -- the smash-hit Julia Roberts starrer "Three Days of Rain," which ended its limited Broadway run Sunday -- another opens.
Des McAnuff, director of this year's Tony-winning tuner "Jersey Boys," will step down as artistic director of La Jolla Playhouse when his contract expires in April.
Ruben Santiago-Hudson, the thesp who won a Tony for the original Rialto version of August Wilson's "Seven Guitars," will helm the Signature Theater Company's new production of the play, set to bow…