Noises Off: Speculation about Michael Eisner's second act has made it all the way to Off Broadway.
Stephanie D'Abruzzo, Tony-nommed for her role in "Avenue Q," will leave "Q" for a role in "I Love You Because," a new romantic comedy tuner opening at the Village Theater Feb. 14.
"Confessions of a Mormon Boy," a solo bio play written and performed by Steven Fales and directed by Jack Hofsiss ("The Elephant Man"), opens Off Broadway at the Soho Playhouse Feb. 5.
"What Then," the latest from playwright Rinne Groff, gets its world preem in a Clubbed Thumb production at Off Broadway's Ohio Theater in January.
Better late than never: Sarah Jones' one-woman show "Bridge & Tunnel," which originally aimed to land on Broadway last spring, begins performances at the Helen Hayes Jan. 13.
Theater Development Fund, the nonprofit org that runs Gotham's discount TKTS booths, has a new chairman of the board in David D. Holbrook. It's the second time around for Holbrook, who occupied the…
The Atlantic Theater Company gets some new digs next year thanks in part to a $1 million grant from the City of New York. The company's second stage, administrative offices and acting school will all…
Gotham hasn't lost Tony winner Norbert Leo Butz ("Dirty Rotten Scoundrels") to Hollywood just yet. Hot on the heels of the thesp's sitcom deal with CBS, Butz has extended his contract with…
How much is an endorsement from Oprah Winfrey worth on Broadway? So far, about a couple million. Winfrey, one of the producers of the new tuner "The Color Purple," featured the production on her…
Raul Esparza will follow Broadway's "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" by tooting his own horn for helmer John Doyle ("Sweeney Todd"), starring in the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park production of Stephen…