The surest thing in all of Tonyland: Mike Nichols gets attention for "Spamalot." Check off James Lapine for "Spelling Bee" and "Scoundrels' " Jack O'Brien, last year's winner for "Henry IV."
The Tony competition for leading actor in a Broadway musical just got a lot tighter. The Tony Awards administration committee deemed Tim Curry, Hank Azaria and David Hyde Pierce eligible for…
One myth won't likely be dispelled: "Spamalot" won't beat "The Producers" record of 12 Tony wins.
The myth of the monster hit will not die. It goes like this: A new tuner comes to town bloated with rave reviews from the West End, Chi or beyond. Puffed up by the press, the advance soars to $10…
The 2004 Tony Honors for Excellence, presented in the fall separate from the Tony Awards broadcast, were announced Friday. The recipients are marketing exec Nancy Coyne, theatrical photographer…
A clan of perky puppets wrestled Broadway's airborne witches to the ground Sunday night, as the small-scale musical "Avenue Q" scored one of the most remarkable upsets in Tony Awards history by…
Best play winner Doug Wright, asked about the possibility of anyone other than Jefferson Mays starring in "I Am My Own Wife," replied: "I was hoping some of the puppets from 'Avenue Q' would be…
"Avenue Q" has, in its endearingly irreverent way, changed the landscape of the Tonys this season with its shameless, tongue-in-cheek campaign to win itself the big brass ring, a best musical Tony.
The New York Times' recent essay critiquing the exclusionary nature of the Tony Awards raised an old issue that may have a new timeliness.
On Monday, Time Out magazine shot the cover for its Tony Awards issue -- or, rather, its theater issue.