The producers of “Flashdance the Musical” have “postponed” their plans to bring the show to Broadway this summer. The new tuner, based on the Adrian Lyne-helmed pic, opened in January in Pittsburgh…
If Hollywood pundits think the producers of the Academy Awards have a tough job putting on a good TV show, consider the plight of those in charge of the Tony telecast.
"Flashdance -- The Musical" is doubling down next season, locking in a national tour launch in early 2013, potentially just after the opening of a Broadway incarnation targeted for the fall.
Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater's dreamy meditation on turbulent teen sexuality, "Spring Awakening," leads the field with six nominations in the 22nd Lucille Lortel Awards for Off Broadway theater.
"Kids" helmer Larry Clark will direct "A Good Day to Die," an American road movie set in the waning days of the Vietnam war, based on a 1973 Jim Harrison novel.
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Time was when the Tony nominations hit the news, a familiar complaint was heard: The best new American plays were nowhere to be found as Broadway was exclusively a showplace for lavish musicals or…
Broadway grosses skyrocketed in Week 46 (April 9-15), bringing in a total net of $16,068,527, an increase of 21.9%. Total attendance was 292,842, up 20.3%.
The revival of "A Thousand Clowns," starring Tom Selleck, will not join the 2000-01 season on Broadway as originally planned, the show's lead producer Jeffrey Richards has confirmed.
Screenwriter Joe Eszterhas has received $2 million cash upfront to script an original rock 'n' roll musical about Las Vegas showgirls, in what is believed to be one of the highest guaranteed…
Watching Flashdance is pretty much like looking at MTV for 96 minutes. Virtually plotless, exceedingly thin on characterization and sociologically laughable, pic at least lives up to its title by…