Anatomizing a pop star's life through his catalog of No. 1 hits worked for Frankie Valli, and it works in "Ray Charles Live!" the world premiere musical bio helmed by Sheldon Epps at the Pasadena…
James L. Nederlander, prexy of Broadway landlords the Nederlander Org, has upped his stake in Chicago legit.
Twenty-eight Broadway houses went dark Saturday, as striking stagehands picketed in front of theaters and disappointed consumers found their Rialto plans abruptly scuttled.
Broadway stagehands are set to begin a strike on Saturday, darkening the majority of Rialto productions.
"Bingo With the Indians" effectively divides fascinating, uneven dramatist Adam Rapp's good impulses from his bad ones.
It's still no masterpiece, but "Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas: The Musical" has improved. New songs and some welcome recasting add a dash of substance to the kid-friendly tuner, now in…
Three U.S. theater companies are jockeying for the Gotham preem of "Leaving," a new work by former Czech president/playwright Vaclav Havel, that looks at current political intrigue, both in his…
"You can't separate fucking and economics." Victoria's feminist riposte to her girlfriend's lack of analysis is a joke at the expense of the character's earnestness. At the same time, it perfectly…
"The Farnsworth Invention" has slid smoothly onto Broadway, with an initial workshop production at the La Jolla Playhouse in February transitioning swiftly into a Rialto incarnation that opens at the…
There were plenty of distractions for Broadway theatergoers in Week 23 (Oct. 29-Nov. 4) -- a midweek Halloween, the New York City marathon and daylight saving time -- and all likely contributed to…
The road stayed almost completely level in Week 23 (Oct. 29-Nov. 4), rising only $13,789 -- about a tenth of a percentage point.
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