"Grey Gardens" has come full circle. Albert Maysles has begun work on a documentary chronicling, in part, the development of the Broadway tuner "Grey Gardens" -- itself based on the cult 1976 doc by…
How much does a Broadway-bound megamusical change course in the wake of a mixed raft of reviews? That's the question facing "The Pirate Queen," the big-budget tuner from the creators of "Les…
Carole Shorenstein Hays is upping her profile in the Gotham legit community: The San Francisco-based producer and theater owner has opened a New York office, with a longtime veteran of the Public…
"Curtains" has nailed down the dates of its Broadway bow, beginning previews at the Al Hirschfeld on Feb. 27 for a March 22 opening. The David Hyde Pierce starrer, which had a pre-Broadway tryout in…
Kenneth Lonergan's Broadway-bound new play "The Starry Messenger," with Matthew Broderick attached to star, has been pulled from the season at San Diego's Old Globe.
Legiters are already speculating about what show will go next into the Brooks Atkinson -- the Broadway house whose current resident, the Twyla Tharp-Bob Dylan tuner "The Times They Are A-Changin',"…
Scribe Israel Horovitz ("Park Your Car in Harvard Yard") is launching a Gotham producing venture. The New York Playwrights Lab debuts in the spring with a production of Horovitz's "The Secret of Mme…
Legiters can tell the Broadway season's in high gear when they feel like they're at an opening night after night.
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?