For his lastest superheroic feat, Spider-Man has endowed Broadway theatergoers with the extraordinary ability to reserve tickets and pay for them later. It might not sound like much. But the mobile…
"It's been a long time coming," Brad Pitt told the Ziegfeld Theater crowd on June 17. "We've got a good one for you, so let's start."
Hollywood has a way of deriving the wrong lessons from both failure and success. So in bidding a final farewell to “Smash” — which wrapped up its tumultuous two-season run with a “Let’s dump this on…
Is winter getting warmer on Broadway? The post-holiday B.O. slump that used to paralyze the Main Stem every January just doesn't seem as dramatic as it used to. A key reason behind the box office…
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…
The massive summer influx of U.K. and foreign tourists traditionally spells bonanaza at the London legit box office. But this summer all bets are off - thanks to the London Olympics.
As the West End legit industry shakes off the scare of the city's recent riots, the two incoming heads of the Society of London Theaters (SOLT), remain upbeat about prospects for the coming year.
Matinees aren't just for Wednesdays anymore.
Lincoln Center today opens a new atrium incorporating a box office that will sell day-of, discounted tickets to performances presented at all venues of the Gotham performing arts complex.
This summer, Broadway has been radically different.
The little show that could (and did), "The Drowsy Chaperone" is nothing if not knowing. The secret behind the success of Casey Nicholaw's exquisitely honed hymn to the forgotten musicals of…