James M. Nederlander, the impresario who was the chairman of Broadway’s Nederlander Organization, died July 25 at 94, it was announced by his son, James L. Nederlander. As the head of a company that…
“Finding Neverland,” the Broadway musical produced by Harvey Weinstein’s Weinstein Live Entertainment, will close in August, prior to the launch of a U.S. national tour this fall and a West End…
The musical “Motown” has set a theater and a timeframe for its Broadway return, mapping out an 18-week run that starts in July 2016 at the Nederlander Theater. When the musical posted its closing…
In the see-saw battle for control of the L.A.'s Greek Theatre in Griffith Park, it appears Nederlander, with the help of newfound partner AEG, has taken the upper hand given today's vote by the City…
Broadway’s “Motown” is taking a breather. Producers of the musical have made the unusual decision to close the tuner in New York — but only temporarily, planning to bring the show back to the Main…
Broadway's Nederlander Org has teamed with Estefan Enterprises to develop a Main Stem musical based on the lives and careers of Gloria and Emilio Estefan.
Nederlander Worldwide Entertainment, one branch of the Broadway landlord and producing company Nederlander Org, has teamed with Turkish conglom Zorlu Property Group to develop a new performing arts…
Alex Hodges, COO of the Nederlander Organization's music venue and concert promotion division Nederlander Concerts, has been upped to CEO.
A vintage movie theater in Bethesda, Md., will become the East Coast beachhead for Nederlander Worldwide Entertainment's proposed circuit of small regional properties specializing in Off Broadway…
The Nederlander Organization reportedly has acquired the Biltmore Theater, one of the last classic Broadway houses to have been independently owned.
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