Playwright David Auburn, author of "Proof," has segued into screenwriting with the film adaptation of Scott Anderson's novel "Triage," his first such effort.
A thesp shutdown was averted Thursday when Actors' Equity and the League of American Theaters and Producers came to a tentative agreement on a new contract that covers work for Broadway actors…
The Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers (SSDC) has won an arbitration it brought against the Jujamcyn Theater Corp. regarding the theater-restoration fee ($1 per admission) charged on all…
Has "Seussical" become a Velcro show to which every piece of bad news sticks? Now comes word that the Lynn Ahrens/Stephen Flaherty tuner has pushed back its first preview date from Oct. 18 to Oct. 29…
Broadway enjoyed its Columbus Day weekend, with B.O. rising $1,580,856 -- up 15.8% over the previous session -- for a $11,567,124 finish. A year ago, the total box office tally stood at $10,298,032.
After a slow start and a few missteps, several Broadway theaters have begun to find new tenants for the 2000-01 season.
He is an ex-hustler dying of AIDS in New York City. She is his mother, an ex-prostitute dying to have him come live with her in Las Vegas. Brilliant comedy teams are supposed to be oil and water…
Matthew Warchus has inked with George Lane of the William Morris Agency. The director continues to be repped in the U.K. by Hamilton-Esper.
Rosh Hashanah created a mini-collapse at the box office, with only two of the 22 shows in regular performances improving businesswise. Total receipts came to $9,986,268, down $204,443, or 2%. A year…
Monday night, a woman named Linda had her 15 minutes of fame overextended by about two hours in a performance of the Improbable Theater's "Lifegame." They're calling it "a new kind of theater," but…