Mira Sorvino and Daniel Benzali will headline the Classic Stage Co.'s production of Luigi Pirandello's "Naked," to be presented this spring in a new version by Nicholas Wright, associate director of…
Catfight fans will be disappointed: There won't be two "Wild Party" musicals clawing it out on Broadway this season.
Thanks to the addition of a new Disney extravaganza, Broadway improved on the previous session's Presidents Day week. Registering a 5.5% increase, receipts jumped $540,302 for a final tally of…
The Rodger Hess Prods. revival of "Finian's Rainbow" replaces the previously scheduled "The Night They Raided Minsky's" at L.A.'s Ahmanson Theatre this summer, from July 12 to Sept. 3.
Broadway liked its Presidents Day weekend, registering nearly a $1 million jump -- or 10.1% increase -- from the previous session. Twenty-five shows brought the final tally to $10,600,015.
Now, but not forever. "Cats," the longest-running production in Broadway history, will close after 7,397 performances on June 25.
A San Francisco icon rises in Beverly Hills. Ron Silver headlines "Bill Graham Presents," to be given its world premiere on April 30 at the Canon Theater in Beverly Hills. Robert Greenfield wrote the…
TV's longtime flirtation with Broadway finally may turn into a real romance.
The new legit musical "Thoroughly Modern Millie" will get a California world premiere, but not at the Ahmanson Theater as some legit insiders had speculated.
Finally, Broadway's deep freeze may be thawing. Despite one less show, total gross rose $662,565, up 7.4% from the previous session. In the end, 23 productions produced $9,548,327.
"Everything is happening in multiples these days." So said producer Roger Berlind at the Public Theater's Wednesday preview of Michael John LaChiusa-George C. Wolfe's "Wild Party," not to be confused…
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