Eugene O'Neill's "A Touch of the Poet" is a serious endeavor. Just ask Gabriel Byrne, currently appearing as the play's tragically deluded central figure in the Roundabout revival that opened Dec. 8.
Holiday shoppers are spending on Broadway, too. Total grosses rose $976,231 to $19,029,206, a particularly jolly tally for a traditionally robust season.
Will "Chita Rivera: The Dancer's Life" have, excuse the expression, legs? We all know Rivera has them. The 72-year-old Broadway favorite kicked them up in the original productions of "West Side…
Newcomer Josh Strickland will don the loincloth for Disney's mega-musical "Tarzan."
The 2004 New York Musical Theater Festival hit "[title of show]" gets an Off Broadway run at the Vineyard in February.
Everyone's talking about Harold Pinter this week. The British playwright and Nobel laureate will return to Broadway with a revival of his 1965 play "The Homecoming."
Playwright Kenneth Lin has won the L. Arnold Weissberger Award, presented annually by the Williamstown Theater Festival for a play that has not been published or produced.
David Schwimmer makes his Broadway debut this spring in a revival of "The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial." The "Friends" thesp co-stars with Zeljko Ivanek ("The Pillowman") in Herman Wouk's 1954 stage…
Maybe Oprah Winfrey doesn't make the sun shine, but she does make the stars come out.
Blair Brown will make her Gotham directing debut with the Play Company's Off Broadway production of "Lovely Day," by Leslie Ayvazian.
Broadway came down from its holiday high during the week ending Dec. 4, with total grosses falling $2,759,291 to $18,052,975. Perennials do their biggest biz during holidays, so they took the hardest…