Abba's Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus will reunite to celebrate 15 years of the hit show "Mamma Mia!" at this year's Olivier Awards in London, the show announced Thursday. Andersson and Ulvaeus…
HONG KONG - South Korea's CJ E&M is to co-operate with Chinese satellite broadcaster Dragon TV to produce local versions of CJ's content in China. First up is a Chinese version of popular…
Who says a matinee has to be on a Wednesday afternoon? Well, Broadway does, and has for years. But later this spring, a concerted push to institute a Thursday matinee option will bring the Main Stem…
MARRAKECH, Morocco — ABBA co-founder Benny Andersson and his son Ludvig Andersson are taking “The Circle,” their supernatural youth fantasy film, into full-speed and are set to kick off production on…
Longrunning Broadway tuner “Mamma Mia!” will shift from the Winter Garden Theater, its home of the last 12 years, to the Broadhurst Theater later this year. At 1,182 seats, the Broadhurst …
Looking at the global phenomenon that is "Mamma Mia!," it's hard to believe, but, prior to its 1999 opening at London's Prince Edwards Theater, the show wasn't regarded as a sure-fire hit.
At first glance, it doesn't look like the Broadway production of "Mamma Mia!" has a lot to gain from the movie version that hit cineplexes July 18.
"Take a Chance on Me" may be one of its most celebrated songs, but little risk is actually involved in "Mamma Mia!," a predictably glossy screen adaptation of the Abba-scored musical.