The road rolled downhill about 3% in Week 13 (Aug. 20-26). The 13-show slate grossed a total of $14,093,918.
Reports of the death of the Broadway play may have been exaggerated.
The verdict is greeted with enthusiastic applause performance after performance in Gaza City: "All are guilty of killing the people and the nation." With no cultural life in the Gaza Strip to speak…
Twice during "Rites of Privacy," performer-writer David Rhodes seems genuinely in control.
Here's a casting challenge: Identical twins. Actors. In their 20s or 30s. With major stage chops. Did we mention the identical part? Go.
Rialto entertainment lawyer and "A Chorus Line" producer John Breglio will receive the Actors Fund Medal of Honor at the org's 125th anni celebration at Carnegie Hall Oct. 15.
Playwright Victoria Stewart has nabbed the $10,000 Francesca Primus Prize, the award given to emerging female legit artists and administered by the Francesca Ronnie Primus Foundation and the American…
This, without doubt, is the mother of all transfers. Eighteen months ago, director Thea Sharrock and designer Richard Hudson took out all 64 seats at the tiny Gate Theater to revive Eugene O'Neill's…
Eve Best has joined the cast of the Broadway revival of "The Homecoming," taking on the role of the central seductress in Harold Pinter's play about an estranged son's return to his family home.
Broadway tuner "Spring Awakening" has recouped its $6 million capitalization, following a strong summer fueled by eight Tony wins.
Clearly, 19th-century English writer Jane Austen is the woman of the hour -- maybe even the woman of the early 21st century.