It really is the season of the play on Broadway.
NEW YORK The road stayed even in Week 28 (Dec. 3-9), with a downgrade of less than 1% to $13,867,966.
NEW YORK For roughly 50 years, New York City Ballet has been having a very merry Christmas, and it's all thanks to Tchaikovsky and George Balanchine. The gift that keeps on giving, "The Nutcracker"…
NEW YORK Legiters are finding new ways to point and click with auds.
At the first whiff of good reviews for a new show, the word "transfer" suddenly appears on everyone's lips. But a production's chances of moving are sometimes stymied by unlikely circumstances…
The Irish Repertory Theater's production of "The Devil's Disciple" has glimmers of both the high and lowbrow, but an overall shapelessness keeps it from firmly articulating either.
It seems only appropriate that undead duo Kiki & Herb should welcome Christmas in an apocalyptic mood.
The latest offering from Off Broadway's Culture Project is "Betrayed," scribe George Packer's adaptation of his New Yorker article about the plight of Iraqis who have helped U.S. efforts in Iraq.
The L.A. premiere of the "High School Musical" touring company production likely will please the throngs of pre-existing fans, but what worked on TV comes off unevenly onstage.
The U.S. premiere of Canadian Linda Griffiths' "Age of Arousal" is a tarted-up throwback, a "wild" reworking of George Gissing's 19th century novel "The Odd Women" without the Victorian shock value.