Broadway sales dropped as low as the temperatures in Week 35 (Jan. 17-23) -- except at "American Idiot," where Billie Joe Armstrong helped warm the box office.
"Cactus Flower," the 1965 Abe Burrows farce that ran more than 1,200 performances on Broadway, will return to New York in a commercial Off Broadway production at the Westside Theater.
"Dark Days," Marc Singer's 2000 documentary chronicling the lives of New Yorkers who live in the city's subway system, has a new home at Oscilloscope Laboratories and will receive a theatrical…
Six of the 11 shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 22 (Oct. 18-24).
NEW YORK Six of the 11 shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 26 (Nov. 15-21). With "In the Heights" off the slate for a week, box office dipped by just over 2%, though strong showings by "The…
Broadway prepped for its annual Thanksgiving bounty during Week 26 (Nov. 15-21), with a spike in sales at screen-to-stage tuner "Elf," ($862,995).
New York actors from stage and screen turned out Sunday night at the Broadhurst Theater for the opening of "The Merchant of Venice," starring Al Pacino.
Theresa Rebeck ("Mauritius"), Branden Jacobs-Jenkins ("Neighbors"), and Justin Paul and Benj Pasek (the composer-lyricist duo behind the brewing "James and the Giant Peach" tuner) are among the legit…
That "Merchant" sure is selling. The Broadway revival of "The Merchant of Venice," toplined by Al Pacino, muscled into the top 10 at the Rialto B.O. in week 22 (Oct. 18-24), pulling in a stellar…
Africa First, Focus Features' initiative to aide African filmmakers, announced the five directors who have won $10,000 apiece to complete shorts.
The Shubert Foundation, the nonprofit arm of Broadway theater owner the Shubert Org, will hand out $18.2 million in 2010 grants to support 450 non-profit theater and dance companies across the…