When the organizers of the Tony Awards decided to honor Shubert Organization chairman and co-CEO Philip J. Smith with its lifetime achievement trophy, they weren't kidding about the lifetime part.
The Shubert Organization has struck an unusual three-year deal with producers Robert Cole and Frederick Zollo.
Philip J. Smith and Robert E. Wankel will take the reins of the Shubert Organization, the company that owns or operates 17 of the 39 Broadway theaters.
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A busy week in Gotham theater has resulted in a tussle over reviews among the city's major dailies.
A hit play, an Off Broadway theater under construction and an impressive slate of new productions all marked the Shubert Organization's 100th anniversary this year. Claudia Shear's "Dirty Blonde,"…
When the Kennedy Center flexes its muscles, other area theaters feel pain. With its two big theatrical stages, well-oiled marketing machine and voracious appetite, the Kennedy Center has locked up…
With no end in sight to the rising costs of new show development, Broadway's smallest theater-owning group last week inked an investment partnership with Japanese broadcaster TV Asahi. The move…