Stephen Svoboda's somewhat formulaic new musical about his own family, "Reconstructing Mama," occasionally does the trick.
Overall Broadway sales dipped a bit last week, with the majority of the 25 productions on the boards sliding at the box office.
When Euripides envisaged the part of Dionysus, the god of good times in "The Bacchae," he was probably thinking of an actor with the pansexual charisma of Alan Cumming.
Broadway comes to China next month when the Tony Award-winning hit musical "42nd Street" tours seven cities around the country, giving Chinese auds a chance to kick up their heels.
Sprinkled with such elusive observations as "The ceiling is above, the floor is below," or "When I say yes, it's only a manner of speaking," Eugene Ionesco's "The Bald Soprano" is a dizzyingly…
It's tempting to think of the Midtown Intl. Theater Festival as the new kid on the block. It's small and not as well known as its cousins, the NYMF and New York Intl. Fringe Festival, but the series…
Is the Middle East becoming fertile ground for musical comedy?
At 11 years old, it's time to think about settling down. Among the accomplishments nudging the New York Intl. Fringe Festival toward adulthood in its 11th year are upcoming Off Broadway runs of…
Now that it's grown up, the New York Musical Theater Festival is trying to grow out.
Negotiations have begun between the League of American Theaters and Producers and stagehands' union Local One. But even though the existing work contract expired at the end of July, don't expect…
The road continued its downhill slide in Week 10 (July 30-Aug. 5). The 13-show slate grossed a total of $13,057,780, a 5.98% drop from the week before.