If Hollywood pundits think the producers of the Academy Awards have a tough job putting on a good TV show, consider the plight of those in charge of the Tony telecast.
Diana Ross, Stevie Wonder and Smokey Robinson were holding court there on Row L of the Lunt-Fontanne Theater as dozens of iPhones clicked away to record the moment.
The four little girls who alternate in the title role of the Broadway musical "Matilda" — including Sophia Gennusa, whose name was picked from a hat to perform on opening — had a 10:45pm curfew, but…
Veteran Broadway group ticket seller Scott Mallalieu has opened the doors at his new group sales firm, GreatWhiteWay.com. Mallalieu was the prexy of Group Sales Box Office, the Street’s largest legit…
The Lone Star state came to Broadway March 7 for the opening of Holland Taylor's solo show “Ann,” about the former Texas Gov. Ann Richards. There were boots, bolo ties, sequined cowboy hats and…
Hugh Jackman, star of the stage and screen, was a natural candidate for the leading role in Universal's "Les Miserables." The actor has moved seamlessly between the stage and film throughout his…
"This is the third event tonight where I'm the warm-up act for the president," joked former commander-in-chief Bill Clinton to laughter from 1,700 fans packing The New Amsterdam Theater in Gotham…
A look at a year filled with revivals, troupers and box office wars.
NBC, Sony say their biz plan differs dramatically from the 'Glee' model.
Broadway regulars like Joel Grey, Oskar Eustis, Richard Kind and Stacy Keach turned out en masse Monday night at the Belasco Theater to welcome Tracie Bennett to the Great White Way as she made her…
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…