"Catch Me if You Can" arrives at the Pantages without the star energy of its original Broadway leads.
Keane brought a cleanly executed set of career-spanning material to the sold-out Pantages Theatre on Saturday night.
Jules Chaikin, lead trumpet with the big bands of Stan Kenton and Les Brown, studio musician, music contractor and contributor to film scores, died of heart failure on Nov. 23 in Cabo San Lucas…
After nine Tonys and rapturous notices, Broadway's "The Book of Mormon" is still evidently selling tickets up to the time when Malia Obama can run for president.
The mega-selling Broadway revival of "Evita" has set the stage for a national tour to bow in fall 2013.
Five shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 30 (Dec. 19-25).
It's typically the curse of the aging rock star that no matter how much he contemporizes, the music of his middle and old age never sounds as vital as the work of his youth.
This Tony-winning revival -- on tour with a cast every bit as strong as the originals of 1968 and 2009 -- gets "Hair" right where so many productions get it wrong.
Six of the 11 shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 22 (Oct. 18-24).
Tuner plays better in the Pantages Theater than Mel Brooks' first legit smash, "The Producers."
Much of the revival in a three-week stop at the Pantages is more kitsch than kosher.