Nothing says Christmas like suicide, drag queens and nudity. Well, at least in New York, where adults-only holiday entertainment has become a thriving subgenre.
The disparity is unique: No other British playwright is so feted at home and so unrecognized in the U.S.
NEW YORK Broadway shook off the strike in Week 27 (Nov. 26-Dec. 2), and a string of returning shows hit the ground running, playing five or six perfs over the frame after Wednesday's resolution of…
The road hit its annual week-after-Thanksgiving bump to the tune of about $1.2 million in Week 27 (Nov. 26-Dec. 2), slipping 8% to $13,891,230.
Even if Conor McPherson weren't so forthcoming about his past in interviews, his plays would likely be identifiable as those of a lapsed Catholic and former alcoholic, wrestling with personal demons…
"August: Osage County" hit around $650,000 in ticket sales Wednesday, the day the 3½-hour Broadway play scored a slew of raves in the Gotham press.
How can you take a play seriously when its protagonist is a teenage hooker who needs only six months with a caring older man to transform herself into an interior designer? How can you avoid wincing…
Helmer Jack O'Brien is ankling his longtime post as a.d. of San Diego's Old Globe at the end of the year, becoming artistic director emeritus as of Jan. 1.
"Get me some poison, Iago." Finally and fatally convinced of Desdemona's iniquity, Chiwetel Ejifor's magnificently held and hurt Othello shimmers with the desire for vengeance.
Timesharing is turning into a trend Off Broadway.