A Tony nom wasn't enough to keep "The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial" afloat. The Broadway revival of Herman Wouk's courtroom drama, which stars David Schwimmer, announced it would shutter Sunday.
Cementing its claim as the sleeper hit of the Broadway season, "The Drowsy Chaperone" woke up to good news Tuesday as it led the Tony field with 13 nominations. Show scored noms for musical, book…
With the introduction this year of an awkwardly titled new category -- best re-creation of a leading role by an actor/actress -- the Tony Awards will extend its honors for the first time to a…
Traditionally, this is the time of year when pundits take up their scalpels to eviscerate Broadway for the sorry state of the drama. But even without a Pulitzer nod this year, the industry should be…
Tony handicappers hoping this year for clear front-runners are out of luck. Instead, there's a gridlock of top contenders all jockeying for position in the key races.
Sometime in the future everyone on Broadway will receive a Tony.
"Bridge & Tunnel" looks set for a Tony win, thanks to the latest eligibility rulings of the Tony Awards Administration Committee. Sarah Jones' solo Broadway outing will be considered in the category…
The Tony telecast may have tanked in the ratings, but Broadway enjoyed its Tony bounce much more than usual. The $1,304,421 uptick was at least double the post-awards increase of the past two years.
Noises Off: In 1988, PMK made its Broadway debut publicizing the musical "Carrie." Although no one could blame PMK for that notorious five-perf flop, the top-drawer PR firm threw in the legit towel…
As the "Mary Poppins" tune goes, "a sweep is as lucky as lucky can be." But in Tony terms, a more democratic distribution of kudos can be even luckier for Broadway.
On the strength of its six big Tony wins, "The Light in the Piazza" has extended its run to Jan. 1 at Lincoln Center Theater. Extension is the second for the new musical by Craig Lucas and Adam…