"Saint Joan" is a tightly structured, passionately intellectual debate about moral and political commitment, the play is meant to ignite our spirits by way of our brains, and Thompson's approach only…
Road receipts fell in Week 6 (July 2-8) as the 11-show slate dropped almost 14% to $12,371,281.
The traditional summer slump took the wind out of Broadway sales to the tune of $1.5 million last week, with the total sagging to $18,547,188.
There's more than one way to skin a cat in the hat. After tanking on Broadway, "Seussical," Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty's musical adaptation of the works of Dr. Seuss, will give New York another…
How much is a primetime-TV casting competition worth to a Broadway musical? So far, about $14.2 million in advance ticket sales. That's how much "Grease" has in the bank, thanks in part to the NBC…
While successful movies have long inspired big-budget Broadway adaptations, in France the reverse is more often the case. It's plays-turned-pics that mine Gallic box office gold. But this year, two…
One of the key figures of the Toronto legit scene, Edwin Mirvish, the impresario and philanthropist known in theater circles as "Honest Ed," died Wednesday in Toronto. He was 92.
Veteran Broadway talent agent Beverly Anderson Traube died June 16 in New York.
The "Avenue Q" national tour, eagerly anticipated since tuner's surprise 2004 Tony sweep, was forestalled by an abortive Vegas engagement one year later. Its first leg has launched in San Diego under…
Philanthropy is sometimes its own best reward, especially if you get very creative. Take Broadway's gypsies. They dream of segueing from the chorus line to the exalted ranks of…
The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center will close this summer's National Playwrights Conference with a tribute to Lloyd Richards July 29.