A bad report card from Actors Equity regarding minority casting follows negative ones from SAG and AFTRA.
Broadway continues to recover nicely from its post-Labor Day freefall, up $585,434 from the previous sesh to reach $8,525,338 for the week of Sept. 20-26.
IATSE's Local #1, the stagehands union, has followed the Theatrical Wardrobe Union Local 764 and formally retracted its initial objection to "The Spirit of Broadway" production, tentatively skedded…
When two of New York's biggest not-for-profit theater companies announce 1999-2000 seasons sans new American plays, the legit world has to wonder: Has Lincoln Center Theater and the Roundabout gone…
Italian producer Giovanni Ganna will present the world premiere of "Venice for One Day," or what is being billed as an "authentic Venetian musical," in Venice, Italy, on Oct. 6 with the Carnegie Hall…
Hurricane Floyd didn't prevent Broadway from staging a rebound. Overall, gross was at $7,939,904 with 23 shows. Previous week, it stood at $7,409,128 with 22. "Dame Edna," in previews, is the…
Maybe it looked even more spectacular than the chandelier that falls eight times a week in "Phantom of the Opera" over at the Majestic Theatre.
For those who missed "Moose Murders" and "Carrie" on Broadway, there is now "A Streetcar Named Desire" at New York Theater Workshop. Ivo van Hove's production of Tennessee Williams' classic is not…
John Kander and Fred Ebb may want to change the name of their hit "Chicago" tune to "And All That Cash."
This week, the millennium arrived 3-1/2 months ahead of schedule. At least, it certainly looked that way, considering the mobs in Times Square.