It seems like a mere 525,600 minutes since "Rent" blew out its last candle over at Broadway's Nederlander Theater. It's already back, and the news is all to the good.
Broadway And The Road 2011
It's true that "The Normal Heart," Larry Kramer's fiery 1985 docu-like drama about the AIDS pandemic, suffers from agit-prop agita, even in this first-rate production starring Joe Mantello and Ellen…
Mysterious play is so cleverly constructed (and subtly helmed by Joe Mantello) that the nature and depth of the problem isn't revealed until the last shattering scene.
For many Broadway producers, market research is the thing you do when you stand at the back of the house and gauge an audience's reactions to a show.
In the traditional Broadway model, New York producers create Main Stem fare that eventually fans out to the rest of the country via road productions.
Touring Broadway shows contributed $3.35 billion to local economies in the U.S. during the 2008-09 season, according to a new report from the Broadway League.
At the Denver Center Attractions, prexy Randy Weeks is opening his 2011 road season with the tour of "Next to Normal," starring Alice Ripley.