"Copenhagen" will close on Jan. 21, with the Steppenwolf production of "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" expected to take its place at the Royale Theater next spring.
Broadway is in the middle of that seesaw ride known as December. The week after Thanksgiving was down, now we're up, the week before Christmas week will probably be off, and the last week of the…
Anyone who missed Ivo van Hove's radical restaging of "A Streetcar Named Desire" at the New York Theater Workshop may want to see what Ian Belton has done to Rainer Werner Fassbinder's "The Bitter…
If Stephen Sondheim can write a musical about Georges Seurat's pointillism, why shouldn't Joshua Rosenblum and Joanne Sydney Lessner write one about Pierre de Fermat's last theorem? Well, because…
The management of the Apollo Theater has signed an agreement with the American Federation of Musicians' Local 802 covering work by all musicians who perform during Amateur Night.
Darko Tresnjak's "Princess Turandot" is not an opera, but it's nearly as funny as the over-the-top masterpiece that Puccini left unfinished at his death in 1924. Tresnjak has gone back to the…
The party must go on. Andersen Consulting brought a decidedly moneyed ring to the usual Broadway opening night festivities, throwing a high-tea celebration Sunday to herald the Dec. 10 bow of the new…
Jeffrey Seller and Kevin McCollum, producers of "Rent," have joined with Dan Markley, Harriet Levy and Alan Schuster to spearhead development of the seven-story complex that will include one…
Gotham's daily theater reviewers were all but unanimous in their sour reactions to Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty's "Seussical," which opened at the Richard Rodgers Theater on Nov. 30.