Beth Williams, currently CEO of Key Brand Entertainment’s theater division, will hang out her own shingle, launching a new production company called Grove Entertainment starting next year. Grove will…
Million Dollar Quartet
"Cowboy" Jack Clement, the producer, engineer, songwriter and singer whose career with Sun Records and RCA saw him man the mixing boards for a plethora of canonical rock and roll and country…
At the age of 71, "Million Dollar Quartet" playwright Floyd Mutrux is still churning out ideas. His next show, "Boy From New York City," is focused on the life of record label maven George Goldner. A…
A healthy appetite for old-time rock 'n' roll is both necessary and sufficient to enjoy "Million Dollar Quartet," in which a fabled 1956 Sun Records jam session, featuring four indisputable legends…
Four of the nine shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 3 (June 11-17).
Four of the 10 shows on the road pulled in more than $1 million in Week 47 (April 16-22).
The West End run of "Million Dollar Quartet" will shutter at the Noel Coward Theater Jan. 14.
The Kennedy Center's production of Stephen Sondheim tuner "Follies" will hit Gotham after all, with the musical expected to begin perfs at Broadway's Marquis Theater later this summer.
Everything looks to be going well for "Memphis." The bluesy tuner, which has played for nearly 700 performances, has been filmed for theatrical release and is readying a big national tour this fall.
Imagine "Jersey Boys" without the carefully integrated character development of Frankie Valli and Bob Gaudio, and with a tunestack only one quarter as imperishable.
American Pop Anth-ology means two slightly different things.