Freed at last from the show's long-running legal dramas, producers can finally get moving on potential incarnations across the country and around the globe.
Broadway And The Road 2011
Judging by numbers alone, the 2012-13 Broadway season was kind of a bummer. Sales and, even more notably, attendance were down. So why is the nation's network of road presenters so excited?
Producers grumbling about the revenue lost from all those comp tickets they have to hand out to Tony voters can now take heart: Tony noms and awards seem to be exerting a stronger influence on the…
After a legit season that has underscored the financial viability of concert engagements on Broadway, the Beatles are back to give it a go: West End title "Let It Be" is gearing up for a Rialto…
It used to be that when a Broadway show booked an out-of-town tryout, it actually went out of town. Not anymore. The world premiere of Rialto-targeted musical "Honeymoon in Vegas" premieres this fall…
Is winter getting warmer on Broadway? The post-holiday B.O. slump that used to paralyze the Main Stem every January just doesn't seem as dramatic as it used to. A key reason behind the box office…
The most thoughtful and scintillating reading of the Webber/Rice rock opera since its 1969 recording.
To locally premiere a tuner and see it become a Great White Way cash cow is the trickiest of grails. Still, every "Memphis" keeps the dream alive for the likes of "Bonnie and Clyde," a La Jolla…
When it comes to stage performances in Las Vegas these days, survival of the fittest is clearly the motto.
In 2006, Toronto's future on the North American theater circuit seemed singularly grim.
Presenters shocked to learn that some 'South Park' fans live west of the Hudson.