From its leggy blond chorines to its goose-stepping pigeons, from its bevy of dithering queens to its battalion of leering old ladies, "The Producers" was, is and will continue to be a big…
"Thoroughly Modern Millie" topped the Drama Desk nominations with an even dozen, while "Sweet Smell of Success" was right behind it with 11. The revivals of "Oklahoma!" and "Into the Woods" scored…
Announcing its awards for New York's 2001-02 theater season, the Outer Critics Circle gave its top honors to Edward Albee's "The Goat" and Greg Kotis and Mark Hollmann's "Urinetown," naming them best…
The League of Off Broadway Theaters & Producers awarded "Urinetown" and "Metamorphoses" its Lucille Lortel Awards for outstanding musical and play, respectively. Mary Zimmerman, author and director…
Tony time is closing time. The Roundabout's Broadway revival of "Follies" put up its closing notice this week, following similar announcements from the producers of "A Class Act," "Bells Are Ringing"…
The fallout from Sunday's Tony Awards hit Broadway as winners and losers were clearly defined via box office.
New York auds, perhaps suffering from "Producers" overkill, gave Sunday's Tony Awards a surprisingly mild rating -- but broader strength across the country has enabled this year's kudocast to avoid…
Mel Brooks said winning the Tony for best score was "the most meaningful. I love Cole Porter, Frank Loesser, the guys who wrote the music and the lyrics, who deliver a song. If I could join that rare…
Continuing its giddy goose step into the showbiz history books, "The Producers" hauled home a record-setting 12 prizes at the 55th annual Tony Awards Sunday night.
"Best Plays of 2000-2001," the annual chronicle of U.S. theater, has selected 10 dramatic works for its current edition.