New music on Broadway will be at a minimum this spring -- and it's got nothing to do with striking (or possibly striking) musicians. After last spring's deluge of seven musical arrivals (only two of…
Alec Baldwin, Angela Bassett, Tyne Daly and Marsha Mason kick Off Broadway's spring season into high gear (and high profile) this month.
Alec Baldwin makes for a vital "Macbeth" in George C. Wolfe's pulsating production of Shakespeare's dark masterpiece.
The sound of music is just fine; it's everything in between that's gone flat. The ultimate Baby Boomer musical, with songs as recognizable as anything in the "Big Chill" soundtrack, "The Sound of…
At the promising start of Rob Urbinati's "Hazelwood Jr. High," a squad of bouncing cheerleaders turns away from the audience to show the message spelled out on the girls' backs: "This Is a True…
Paul Simon's $11 million, critically scorched musical "The Capeman" will close March 28, reversing its producers' vows to keep running at least until Tony Award nominations are announced in May. The…
Broadway receipts of $10,449,494 for the final week of February were down 7% from the previous week, ending on a sour note what traditionally is one of the slowest theater months of the year.
The value of "Art" will be the subject of appraisal for some time to come. Overhyped during its smash London run, Yasmina Reza's one-act comedy-drama about three old friends torn apart over an…
"Side Show," the Francisco Franco of Broadway, is still dead. The musical, which closed Jan. 3 at a loss of $7 million, will not return to Broadway as has recently been rumored and reported in the…
The 52nd annual Tony Awards broadcast on June 7 could very well look like a revival of the 51st: Rosie O'Donnell will be back again to host and the Radio City Music Hall will be the venue.
Jon Robin Baitz's heavily revised 1984 anti-Hollywood comedy "Mizlansky/Zilinsky or 'Schmucks' " provides Nathan Lane with yet another in the actor's ever-growing repertoire of showcase roles…