Rachel Dratch and Holland Taylor have signed on to star Off Broadway in “Ripcord,” the new stage comedy by David Linsday-Abaire, the playwright who won the Pulitzer for “Rabbit Hole.” Taylor, the…
Summer tourism and the PR boost of the Tony Awards combined to land 11 Broadway shows in the millionaires' club last week, with the four trophies scored by "Pippin" helping that revival to break the…
The Tony Awards Administration committee has decided to open up eligibility for its annual Regional Theater Award to New York legit companies. Kudo, the recipient of which is selected every year by…
Broadway play “Ann,” the solo show written by and starring Holland Taylor, has moved up its closing date with the production now scheduled to close at the end of the month. TV and bigscreen vet…
With the Tonys out of the way, the Broadway productions featured on the kudocast have begun to lock in upcoming plans.
The good news just keeps coming for "Kinky Boots." The musical capped its Tony Award triumph by posting its best weekly sales figure so far, sashaying its way up to number four in the frame's Top 10.
The Tony Awards on CBS were on a ratings upswing last night, logging the show's largest overall audience in four years — 7.2 million — despite competition from the NBA Finals on ABC.
This year it might have been something of a blessing that the pre-show awards weren't televised: It gave the ceremony's voice-over announcer a little time to work out the kinks.
John Caird is best known to Broadway and L.A. auds for his staging of "Nicholas Nickleby" and "Les Miserables," but he also helms operas, such as "Tosca," now on display at LA Opera.
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 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…