"I'll Eat You Last," the Broadway play toplined by Bette Midler, has become one of the first of the spring's shows to make it into the black, according to producers, with the show recouping its $2.4…
Cherry Jones, who has lined up for a fall Broadway stint in “The Glass Menagerie,” has also locked in a 2014 run in the Manhattan Theater Club’s world premiere of playwright Sarah Treem’s latest…
For Sigmund Freud, it was anatomy. For Neil LaBute, destiny has always been about looks. Good looks, especially in men, mean that you're a privileged, caddish user. How appropriate then that LaBute's…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
The nominations for the 2013 Tony Awards shaped up into a head-to-head battle between drag queens and little girls, with musical "Kinky Boots" leading the pack with 13 noms and "Matilda," with 12…
Jenna Segal, a former production development exec at MTV, Nickelodeon and VH1, is pulling together her first Broadway project as a lead producer, tapping a team of creatives for a revival of Lerner…
Like the hard-core radical voyeurs in Jennifer Haley's terrific sci-fi play "The Nether," you won't want to leave the Hideaway.
Al Pacino, Bobby Cannavale and Dan Stevens are among the thesps who will be considered eligible for Tony nominations in the featured actor in a play category, according to the latest rulings from the…
The Broadway revival of "The Heiress," toplined by Jessica Chastain, is on track to recoup its $3 million capitalization cost by the time it closes Feb. 9, according to the show's producers.
Most of Broadway continued its upswing in week 25 (Nov. 12-18), with overall sales rising in advance of the traditionally boffo Thanksgiving frame, and offering possible indications as to which of…
Jessica Chastain transforms from a shy, socially awkward virgin to imperious, cruel matron in "The Heiress" at the Walter Kerr Theater.
If you can overlook the absurdity of casting the ravishing Jessica Chastain as the plain and clumsy heroine of "The Heiress," Ruth and Augustus Goetz's 1947 stage adaptation of "Washington Square,"…