If theater owners are the most powerful figures on Broadway, then there's a new power player in town. The purchase this week of Broadway's largest venue, the 1,930-seat Foxwoods, reps the first real…
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 …
The New York transfer of U.K. musical “Matilda” opened April 11 at Broadway's Shubert Theater. The following is David Benedict's review (Daily Variety, Dec. 13, 2010) of the London production, with…
Philip J. Smith, the chairman and co-chief exec of Broadway's Shubert Organization, is set to be honored at the Theater Development Fund's annual gala in a shindig that will include Bernadette Peters…
Bette Midler has confirmed a toplining stint in John Logan's new solo play "I'll Eat You Last: A Chat With Sue Mengers," bowing on Broadway in a world preem production to be helmed by Joe Mantello…
WASHINGTON -- D.C.'s venerable National Theater, a Shubert-managed property for the past 30 years, will partner with Chicago-based JAM Theatricals and Philly's SMG in an effort to expand its booking…
The Broadway production of London hit "Matilda" has locked in dates and a theater for its spring run, booking the Shubert Theater for its Rialto bow.
The legit industry trade org, the Broadway League, classifies 40 venues as Broadway houses, and a look at their stats offers a bird's-eye view of physical Broadway.
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.
Another commercial production has lined up to give Off Broadway's Little Shubert Theater a try, with tuner "Lucky Guy" gearing up for a stint that begins in late April.