Halloween weekend proved more trick than treat for Broadway, with the majority of shows dipping at the B.O. in Week 22 (Oct. 22-28).
NEW YORK The road hit a 4% upgrade in Week 22 (Oct. 22-28), mostly accounted for by the return of numbers from "Mamma Mia!" to the 13-show slate. The total gross for the week was $12,670,768.
A number of critics catching Peter Hall's exquisitely spoken revival of "Pygmalion" at its Theater Royal Bath premiere in July suggested it should transfer to the West End. The only problem? No…
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Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley's 1818 novel "Frankenstein" has been recycled again and again through the centuries and will presumably wind up as a hit stage tuner one of these days. But this ain't it…
Katori Hall's keen ear for a well-turned phrase is on full display in "Hoodoo Love," but all the sweet talk in the world can't fix the kinds of abuse her characters heap on each other.
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