Who said play doctors were extinct? Rob Marshall is currently performing surgery on "Seussical," which opened to decidedly mixed reviews in Boston earlier this month.
Broadway continued its post-Labor Day recovery, with over half of the B.O. bump coming from "Gore Vidal's 'The Best Man.' " Thirteen of the shows now running improved, registering a total increase of…
M. Edgar Rosenblum, a longtime executive director of the Long Wharf Theater, has been named executive director of the Theater for a New Audience.
Steve Braunstein knows to take his own tantalizingly sweet time in the new thriller "The Soul of an Intruder." In this age of instant-gratification entertainment, where opening-scene slice-and-dice…
The revival of Neil Simon's 1983 play "Brighton Beach Memoirs" has joined an illustrious list of productions that have dropped off the 2000-01 Broadway sked over the last few weeks. The others…
Romulus Linney's new play, "A Lesson Before Dying," is best experienced as a lesson in the pitfalls of adapting a successful novel to the stage. The esteemed playwright's version of the story about a…
The musical "Little Women" joins "The Visit" and "Oklahoma!" as Broadway no-shows this legit season.
Lee Blessing has hit one out of the ballpark: His new bioplay, "Cobb," has landed at the much-sought-after Lucille Lortel Theater in Greenwich Village, with a November opening planned. Producers are…
A composer who can't finish his grand opera and a sea captain who can't conquer the great white whale are the twin subjects of Rinde Eckert's new musical "And God Created Great Whales." A performance…
Broadway B.O. tumbled 17.5% in its first post-Labor Day session. But it could have been worse. A year to date was a record low for 1999.