In a first salvo, the Honorable Jeffrey Atlas of the New York State Supreme Court has ruled in favor of disenfranchised Tony voters.
"Hedwig and the Angry Inch" will close at the Jane Street Theater on April 9, with Eric Bogosian's new one-person piece, "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee," expected to occupy the Greenwich Village venue…
Broadway jumped a whopping $1,863,255 -- or 9.7% -- over the previous week, with the addition of only one more show, bringing the tally to 28 productions. Receipts came to $12,209,855, the highest…
After the recent Broadway failures of "Voices in the Dark" and "Wait Until Dark," audiences might consider the thriller genre as dead as the corpses populating "Scream 3." Along with sex comedies and…
Musicals may be out of favor on the bigscreen, but Hollywood's movies are increasingly being transformed into tuners for the Broadway stage.
Seven U.S. theater companies will receive grants totaling $975,000 from the National Theatre Artist Residency Program, which was jointly developed in 1992 by the Theatre Communications Group (TCG)…
For maximum audience response, "An Empty Plate in the Cafe du Grand Boeuf" is best digested on an empty stomach.
Uta Hagen, who originated the role of Martha in the 1962 Broadway production of Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?," will reprise her performance in a staged reading April 16 at the…
Pedro Calderon de la Barca's 17th-century classic "Life Is a Dream" would have been the perfect tapestry for a Verdi or Meyerbeer opera, and Jose Rivera's new adaptation of the play sings powerfully…
Three attractive twentysomethings share a Manhattan railroad flat. The two men adore the beautiful young woman, but can't express their love. She somehow remains oblivious to their affections…
American Airlines flight 42 may be delayed. The Roundabout Theater Co.'s newly named American Airlines Theater may not take off as originally scheduled with a production of "Uncle Vanya."