Broadway producers and the Rialto stagehands union have agreed to continue labor talks, with the next meeting set for Oct. 9.
Fine perfs and Jim Culleton's classy production cannot disguise the fact that Sebastian Barry's "The Pride of Parnell Street," isn't quite a play.
When producing a new musical, take it out of town first. That's the long-standing tradition on Broadway.
Few Broadway shows saw sales rise drastically in Week 18 (Sept. 18-25), but most of them were up, with total cume for 24 productions on the boards climbing about $375,000 to $14.3 million.
The road stayed level during Week 18 (Sept. 24-30), dipping less than a percentage point. The 13-show slate held steady after last week's big gains, grossing a total of $13,827,734.
"It's going to be a bumper year," says Nicholas Hytner, the usually circumspect a.d. of the National Theater.
On a Pasadena side street called Boston Court, an art patron's yen to "sit close enough to watch actors sweat" led to the construction of a state-of-the-art theater for a small company that aims to…
After a long day of labor negotiations that ended around 9:30 pm Thursday [Oct. 4], Broadway stagehands' union Local One and the League of American Theaters and Producers agreed to resume talks…
Tyne Daly and Brian Murray will topline the world preem of "Me, Myself and I," by Edward Albee set to begin perfs at the McCarter Theater in Princeton, N.J., in January.
The tuner version of 1994 Aussie pic "The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert" wants to reign over London, confirming plans to open on the West End in late 2008.
Some plays are so inherently unpleasant to watch that you wonder how a nonprofit can possibly sell them to a subscription audience. "The Children of Vonderly" is one of those plays.