For a play in which everyone argues at the top of their lungs, but no one actually does anything, "Rabbit" is unnervingly entertaining. Nina Raine's debut drama zeroes in on the power games that play…
The bottom of the billing page for "Sessions" -- a new musical debuting at the comfortable and well-appointed Peter Jay Sharp Theater in the Playwrights Horizons complex -- bears the legend "Play is…
Broadway stage manager and producer Mark Wright died Wednesday June 6 in Los Angeles of an incurable form of anemia.
The inaugural Festival TransAmeriques, which ran May 23-June 7, offered a bracing dose of cutting-edge theater and dance.
When is a blog more than a blog? How about when it's a piece of theater? Several Off Broadway projects are trying to capture the nuclear energy of the blogosphere by making online writing an integral…
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe may goose its media profile this summer if Al Gore hits the Scottish capital to tubthump for Current TV, as the cable network he founded with entrepreneur Joel Hyatt…
Well, there was no runaway hit. But the lack of a juggernaut isn't entirely a bad thing. After all, Broadway was more popular than ever, with paid attendance rising to a record 12.3 million.
Road receipts increased in Week 1 (May 28-June 3) as the 13-show slate rose 6.22% to $12,574,791.
Broadway biz slid last week, following a couple of strong frames boosted by Tony-nom fever and Memorial Day tourism.
In Jessica Hagedorn's first commissioned play for Campo Santo, "Stairway to Heaven" (2005), a San Francisco Tenderloin recluse's privacy is invaded by her haughty, materialistic sister, who had just…
All together, now: It's Fronk-en-shteen. "Young Frankenstein," Mel Brooks' much-anticipated follow-up to "The Producers," has finally confirmed a cast (Roger Bart, Megan Mullally, Sutton Foster…