The pool party is over. The Broadway production of "Metamorphoses" will close Feb. 16 to make way for "Life X 3," a new play by Yazmina Reza, starring Helen Hunt and John Turturro.
Lincoln Center Theater will present the world premiere of William Finn's "Looking Up, a Song Cycle for Five Voices," with the first performance skedded for March 2 at the Mitzi Newhouse Theater.
The George Street Playhouse canceled Tuesday night's preview performance of "Double Play" rather than have Times critic Neil Genzlinger write about the production prior to the official critics' night.
Coming off Christmas week, Broadway managed a smaller B.O. decrease (17.83%) than usual, but coming off New Year's week, it took a deeper dip than normal.
A big comeback is the best revenge. After being fired from "The Producers" last spring, Henry Goodman returned to Broadway Thursday in "Tartuffe," greeted by a welcoming crowd at the American…
It's not often that playwrights give curtain-call speeches on opening night anymore. Then again, it's not often that the playwright in question is Charles Busch dressed up to look like Bette Davis in…
Cobug is not the winter flu, though legit producers may wish it were. Last week, 13 legit orgs representing more than 75,000 workers in the live-entertainment industry joined forces to create the…
Broadway's biggest marketing and ad firm has joined the Omnicom Group worldwide media conglom.
They don't inhabit the usual cramped artists' atelier. Visions of that Broadway cliche fade as quickly as the theatrical blackout Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer have staged countless times for…
The Tony Awards administrative committee has announced its big dates for 2003. The legit ceremony takes place on June 8 this year. CBS and PBS are expected, but not confirmed, to telecast from Radio…
Is there a theme here? The Fringe Festival gave us "Urinetown" and "Debbie Does Dallas." Now it's time for "Joys of Sex."
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