The Bridge Project, an ambitious initiative designed to span the London and New York legit communities, has hit a snag with the withdrawal of actor Stephen Dillane from Sam Mendes' inaugural…
A healthy summer glow returned to the road in Week 7 (July 9-15): The 13-show slate rose 10% to $13,660,308.
Biz was up for most of the 27 shows on the Rialto in Week 7 (July 9-15) -- but blame two closings in the prior frame for a slight slide in total receipts.
Move over, Simon Cowell and Donald Trump. Andrew Lloyd Webber is ready for his TV close-up. The composer has signed with WMA, taking his first Hollywood agent ever because he wants to make a network…
The fall lineup at Off Broadway's multi-stage 59E59 Theaters includes legit actor Brian Murray directing Roberta Maxwell in a New York preem, a new play by Jane Martin and a Gotham outing for…
Randy Quaid makes his Rialto debut in "Lone Star Love," the country-music tuner adaptation of Shakespeare's "The Merry Wives of Windsor" that will open at Broadway's Belasco Theater in December.
Carol Burnett will star in the world premiere of Charles Grodin's play "What's Been Bothering You Lately?" at Garry Marshall's Falcon Theater in Burbank.
Malthouse Theater, a Melbourne company with a big alternative rep, takes a sizeable conceptual gamble with the fairy-tale-inspired rock opera "Sleeping Beauty: This Is Not a Lullaby," which could…
TheatreworksUSA has returned to its home base at the Lortel with a joyful production of "Seussical," the Stephen Flaherty-Lynn Ahrens tuner that led a notably tortured existence on its last New York…
The stage of the tiny Abingdon Theater is crowded with 10 likable, down-home folks relating the tale of "The People vs. Mona," described by producers as a "musical mystery screwball comedy."
Is it finally time to talk about Vietnam? That's the heart-wrenching question scribe David Epstein poses in "Surface to Air."