Broadway's still going strong. For the second week in a row, Rialto grosses totaled more than $20 million, hitting $20,363,812 for the week ending May 28. Biggest rises came from "Tarzan," up more…
When Rufus Wainwright re-creates Judy Garland's 1961 concert at Carnegie Hall June 14 and 15, he'll have some gigantic ruby slippers to fill. It's not just that Garland is considered one of the…
Noises Off: Gotham critics can be tough to impress. Sometimes it takes 27 years to change their minds.
Is it too soon to call it a trend? The May 23 perf of Off Broadway show "Stomp" kicked off with a live commercial plugging Blighty tourism -- complete with cameo from "ER" star Parminder Nagra.
"Lestat" won't live forever. It'll just die young. Based on Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles, the Elton John tuner will shutter May 28 after 33 previews and 39 regular perfs.
Who'll host the Tonys this year? Nobody. Or, depending on how you look at it, everybody. The 2006 Tony Awards will not have a single emcee, but instead 60 celeb presenters in honor of the kudofest's…
"The Odd Couple" may be set to close June 4, but Nathan Lane won't be gone from Broadway for long. Next up is the title role in "Butley," director Nicholas Martin's staging of the 1971 Simon Gray…
Current Tony nominees (Michael Cerveris, Oliver Platt, LaChanze) and Rialto legends (Angela Lansbury, Ben Vereen) turned out to salute Broadway favorite Chita Rivera at New Dramatists' spring…
The world preem of "Essential Self-Defense," the latest play by Adam Rapp ("Red Light Winter"), will round out the 2006-07 season at Playwrights Horizons.
What a difference 13 Tony nominations makes. Fresh off the May 16 announcement of its baker's dozen of Tony noms, "The Drowsy Chaperone" ($790,020) saw a box office bump of $157,000.