Negative notices have taken their toll on Beth Henley's new play, "Family Week," which opened Monday and will close Sunday after eight regular performances and 16 previews. The engagement at the…
TV and legit have at least one thing in common these days: They love biographies. Bio plays, however, tend to be as much fiction as fact, and since copyright is sometimes involved, the legal process…
Donald Margulies' "Dinner With Friends" has nabbed the Pulitzer Prize for drama. It's the second consecutive year that the nod has gone to an Off Broadway work that originated in regional theater.
Broadway producers should look into having daylight savings time outlawed. B.O. rose a minuscule $194,591 -- or 1.3% -- for a final $14,470,564 despite the presence of three more shows in previews…
Noel Coward's reputation is not having an easy time of it this season in Gotham: After the charming but creaky "Waiting in the Wings" comes another American premiere of a late Coward work, the…
Jean-Marie Besset's "What You Get and What You Expect" is aptly titled. For all its clever invention and brittle humor, this comedy about sexual politics in the French bureaucracy leads one to expect…
Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Flower Drum Song," with a radically reworked book by David Henry Hwang, will be part of the Ahmanson Theater's 2000-2001 season. Prior to its opening at L.A.'s Music Center…
Producers Gregory Mosher and Arielle Tepper have announced that "James Joyce's The Dead," now playing at the Belasco Theater, will close April 16.
"Enigma Variations" opens at the Savoy Theatre in London on May 31. Donald Sutherland and Paul Rubinstein headline the Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt play about a Nobel laureate writer.
Disney would have made it three for three, if not for that hip upstart "True West" performing at 97.13% capacity. The House of Mouse triptych -- "The Lion King," "Beauty and the Beast" and "Aida"…