CBS' Tonys -- and even ABC's Tony -- suffered in the ratings Sunday night, thanks in large part to competition from HBO's Tony. The series finale of "The Sopranos" had an impact on both the "61st…
Bruce Sabath, Kelly Jeanne Grant and the rest of the cast of "Company" stood on the red carpet and cooed the opening strains of Stephen Sondheim's triple-nominated musical with a minor switch: They…
"I did tell Jack O'Brien that if he wanted to a do a musical of this, I think 'Serfs Up' would be a good title," Tom Stoppard cracked after his win for "The Coast of Utopia," his saga about Russian…
Musical“Spring Awakening,” Producers: Ira Pittelman, Tom Hulce, Jeffrey Richards, Jerry Frankel, Atlantic Theater Company, Jeffrey Sine, Freddy DeMann, Max Cooper, Mort Swinsky/Cindy and Jay…
Voters for the 61st annual Tony Awards Sunday night opted to leave the suspense to Tony Soprano, whose fate was being revealed in the Mob skein's farewell episode at the same time Broadway's highest…
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.
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.