Elaine Laron, a TV writer and lyricist who worked on “Captain Kangaroo,” “The Electric Company” and “Free To Be You And Me,” died June 6 in Los Angeles of pneumonia. She was 83. Born in the Bronx in…
Despite a week-to-week decline of more than $1 million, business on Broadway is quite healthy.
Here comes the first-ever Broadway revival of "Godspell," and understandably so.
Broadway box office gained some steam last week as four new productions began previews and "Follies" returned to the millionaires' club.
The brewing revival of "Godspell" has laid claim to Broadway's Circle in the Square Theater, setting a timeline that will see the show open there in fall.
So you want to be a producer? Join the crowd.
Producer Ken Davenport aims to get "Godspell" on Broadway during the 2010-11 season.
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