Playbill has joined forces with Sony BMG to create record label Playbill Records, set to debut in June with the release of a self-titled album by Broadway star Brian Stokes Mitchell.
Al Pacino will reprise his Broadway perf in Oscar Wilde's "Salome" at the Wadsworth Theater April 14-May 14. Estelle Parsons again directs the show's pared-down, staged-reading format, with original…
Liev Schreiber, John Turturro, F. Murray Abraham, Marcia Gay Harden, Marian Seldes, Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Denis O'Hare and others will celebrate Shakespeare's 442nd birthday with a performance…
Two world preems, including an adaptation of "The Great Gatsby," are among the 11 shows on the 2006-07 slate of the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis. New season will be the first in the org's new…
After its star-studded premiere reading in L.A. in December, where did "Floodgate," the latest legit comedy by Larry Gelbart, head off to? Gotham? Chi? London? Nope. Try Delgado Community College.
The cult documentary "Grey Gardens" is hardly a natural candidate for musicalization. No tuner has ever been adapted from a doc, much less a plotless one about a wildly eccentric mother-daughter pair…
Partygoers crowded into the Broadway Lounge at the Marriott Marquis Sunday to celebrate opening night of Broadway revue-tuner "Ring of Fire."
Broadway grosses got a springtime boost for the weekend ending March 12, rising more than $1.3 million to $15,142,726 for 25 shows on the boards.
Noises Off: Winter is usually a prime time for gloom and doom on Broadway, a post-holiday stretch of dismal sales extending from January through much of March.
The Lucille Lortel Foundation has created a fellowship for playwrights in the New York tri-state area. Program will award eight grants of $50,000 to scribes every other year.