The first-ever Broadway engagement of Sam Shepard's "True West" broke the record for weekly gross sales at the Circle-in-the-Square Theater, with a total of $243,063 for the week ending March 19.
Richard and Lili Fini Zanuck may not have enlisted Debbie Allen's terpsichorean talents for this year's Academy Awards, but that doesn't mean TV viewers won't be getting their fill of choreography.
Mandy Patinkin missed all weekend performances of "The Wild Party," now in previews, while the thesp takes a "mandatory vocal rest" from the show, a spokesman for the Broadway musical said.
Spring arrived a week early on Broadway. The total B.O. of $13,404,530 jumped $1,194,675, or 9.1%, over the previous week, which had also registered a 9% increase.
A highlight of George Cukor's 1954 "A Star Is Born" comes when Judy Garland's Vicki Lester re-enacts an extravagant musical production number from her new movie, all in the confines of the actress's…
Kelsey Grammer's Paramount-based Grammnet Prods. has snagged a pilot presentation commitment from NBC for "Neurotic Tendencies," a half-hour laffer being targeted for midseason 2000-01.
In a first salvo, the Honorable Jeffrey Atlas of the New York State Supreme Court has ruled in favor of disenfranchised Tony voters.
"Hedwig and the Angry Inch" will close at the Jane Street Theater on April 9, with Eric Bogosian's new one-person piece, "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee," expected to occupy the Greenwich Village venue…
Broadway jumped a whopping $1,863,255 -- or 9.7% -- over the previous week, with the addition of only one more show, bringing the tally to 28 productions. Receipts came to $12,209,855, the highest…
After the recent Broadway failures of "Voices in the Dark" and "Wait Until Dark," audiences might consider the thriller genre as dead as the corpses populating "Scream 3." Along with sex comedies and…