With no President's Day weekend to give it a boost, Broadway biz fell off about $800,000 for the week ending Sunday. But the $15,701,009 taken in by the 24 shows on the boards still reps a relatively…
Broadway may be taking "One Heart at a Time" this fall. The show, a new tuner about the life of George Washington Carver, is aiming for a spot on the Rialto during the first half of the 2006-07…
The 2006-07 season at the Round-about will include Audra McDonald, Alfred Molina and the U.S. premiere of a play by Brian Friel ("Faith Healer").
Two New Jersey regional venues, McCarter Theater and Paper Mill Playhouse, are teaming up to present a new production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream," directed by Tina Landau and scored by folky rock…
Scribes Amelia Bullmore and Elizabeth Kuti share the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, the annual U.K. legit award that honors female playwrights writing in the English language.
When playwright Steven Sater first asked Duncan Sheik to pen music for the theater, Sheik demurred. He said, "Steven, that's not really in my skill set."
Sandra Bernhard brings "Everything Bad and Beautiful" to Off Broadway this spring. Thesp's self-penned show comes to the Daryl Roth for a two-month stint starting March 29.
What's next at the Schoenfeld? That's the question making the rounds on the Rialto these days, with Broadway real estate in limited supply and a slew of shows jostling for the vacancy left when…
There was plenty of park in evidence at the opening-night party of "Barefoot in the Park": The shindig was held at the Central Park Boathouse on Feb. 16. But the weather proved a little too cold for…
Cherry Jones isn't getting out of the habit of "Doubt" just yet. Thesp, who won a Tony for her turn as the crusading nun in John Patrick Shanley's Pulitzer- and Tony-winning play, will star for six…