Joe Mantello is giving one-person shows a good name. With Eve Ensler's "The Vagina Monologues" and now Marc Wolf's "Another American: Asking & Telling," Mantello must top every soloist's list of…
Members of Local 1 of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) ratified a new three-year contract with the League of American Theaters and Producers on Tuesday.
And then there were none. When "Epic Proportions" closes Sunday, Broadway loses its first and so far only Tony contender for best play of 1999-2000. On Tuesday, there will be no new plays running on…
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The impossible dream of wedding theater to new technology becomes a reality this week: Basil Hero, president and CEO of the Broadway Theater Archive and the newly created Broadway Digital…
Two new shows set house records: Still in previews, "Waiting in the Wings" took in $425,923 at the Eugene O'Neill, beating the old record ($367,938 in 1998) set by "The Beauty Queen of Leenane." And…
Sixty-two musicians replaced a taped recording of Tchaikovsky's "The Nutcracker" at the New York City Ballet on Tuesday night.
"Minnelli on Minnelli" opens tonight at the Palace Theater, and its producers and its star, Liza Minnelli, are already eyeing a possible 15-city tour and an extension of the Broadway run moving to…
As holiday shopping replaced theatergoing in Gotham, Broadway tumbled from the previous week's Thanksgiving high. Most of the 31 shows on Broadway declined.
To put a spin on Kean's deathbed proclamation: "'Wit' is easy, comedy is hard." While dramas like Margaret Edson's Pulitzer Prize winner about a dying cancer patient flourish Off Broadway, comedies…
Two comedies, "Fuddy Meers" and "Fully Committed," are moving from not-for-profit theaters to commercial Off Broadway venues.
The League of American Theaters and Producers and the Theater Communications Group is planning a follow-up to the legendary First American Congress of Theater (FACT) held in June 1974.