Make that twice around. The Off Broadway rock musical "Once Around the Sun" is aiming for a berth on Broadway in fall 2006, with a production likely to cost $5 million-$6 million.
More bad news for fans of the jukebox musical: "Lennon" will shutter Sept. 24. Gotham crix slaughtered the Yoko-approved tuner about the life and music of John Lennon, and auds seemed to agree.
A gaggle of Broadway thesps has signed on to perform in the National Alliance for Musical Theater's 17th annual Festival of New Musicals, a two-day tuner marketplace for industry invitees only Sept…
The open secret is officially no longer a secret. Disney Theatrical Prods. announced that "Tarzan" will follow "Movin' Out" into the Richard Rodgers Theater,
Ethan McSweeny ("Gore Vidal's The Best Man") has stepped in to direct "Dr. Sex," a new Off Broadway musical, currently in previews.
Martin McDonagh's creepy play "The Pillowman" isn't just dark, it's black. In the black, that is: Producers announced that the show recouped its $2.2 million investment during the week of Aug. 15-21…
"Kismet" looks fated to kick off the 2006 Encores! season. Kathleen Marshall will direct Brian Stokes Mitchell in the concert reading, skedded for Feb. 9-12.
Studios have never been strangers to Broadway. Since the early days of talkies, Hollywood has poached stories and talent from the Great White Way, sometimes to the dismay of the legit crowd.
Studios on Broadway are becoming as common as palm trees in Los Angeles. Following its "Beauty and the Beast" and "The Lion King," Disney Theatrical plans "Tarzan" this spring, "Mary Poppins" next…
The A-train isn't the 405, and the Algonquin isn't the Ivy. But Broadway is starting to look a lot like Hollywood.
"The Shining City" will light up Broadway after all. The latest play by Conor McPherson ("The Weir") has been picked up by Manhattan Theater Club for an April bow at the Biltmore.