A lot of individual Broadway shows slipped at the box office last week, but those losses were largely countered by early Yuletide gains by a pair of seasonal offerings.
Donna Lynne Champlin, Jay Armstrong Johnson and Kenita Miller are among the thesps clocking in for "Working," the Gotham bow of the retooled version of the 1977 tuner.
New plays by Kirsten Greenidge and Daniel Pearle are on the 2013 slate at LCT3, the Lincoln Center Theater programming initiative dedicated to showcasing the work of up and coming creatives.
Broadway has "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," and now the rest of America is getting its own flying super-hero show.
It's a mixed verdict for "Jane Fonda in the Court of Public Opinion."
Whether it was nerve or foolhardiness that led actor Saul Rubinek ("Warehouse 13") to choose the title "Terrible Advice," the worst advice he was given about his debut stage comedy was that it was…
The upcoming Broadway revival of "Godspell" has nailed down its Jesus, with Hunter Parrish set to play the son of God in the 1971 Biblical tuner.
To put a reasoned, compassionate face on the immigration issue, you can do no better than to take in "Intringulis," a world premiere co-production by two piping-hot theater companies, Gotham's…