Broadway B.O. gained steam last week as three shows joined the fray and a bit of Valentine's date-night biz helped sales continue to put the traditional post-Christmas slump behind them.
Five of the 12 shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 38 (Feb. 7-13), and that helped box office increase by 1% despite the temporary hiatus of "Hair." "The Lion King" edged out perennial…
IFC Midnight has partnered with MPI Media Group and its subsidiary Dark Sky Films to release "Stake Land," the vampire-plague thriller that won an audience award at the Toronto Film Festival.
Fresh from her Olivier-nominated turn as Christine Daae in "The Phantom of the Opera" sequel "Love Never Dies," Sierra Boggess has been cast opposite Tyne Daly in Manhattan Theater Club's upcoming…
Jill Furman has been named the 2011 recipient of the Commercial Theater Institute's annual Robert Whitehead Award.
Victoria Clark is among the thesps joining the cast of incoming Broadway tuner "Sister Act."
"Trailer Music Live," a concert of movie trailer tunes played by an orchestra and a choir, has staked out dates in Gotham and Moscow.
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…