The road's 14.4% decrease in week 21 (Oct. 15-21) was mostly artificial. The 12-show slate didn't benefit from the reporting from "Mamma Mia!" this week, but the numbers from that show should be back…
Brit legit helmer James Macdonald is on a roll. His arrestingly spare productions have turned heads on both sides of the Atlantic, his West End revival of David Mamet's "Glengarry Glen Ross" just…
Rupert Goold, the Brit director whose buzzed-about Chichester Fest production of "Macbeth" starring Patrick Stewart will play BAM in the spring, is set to helm Stephen Adly Guirgis' play "The Last…
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The U.K. preem of the David Hare play "The Vertical Hour" gets a run at London's Royal Court in January.
Gregory Dawson, who was co-founder of the Manhattan Association of Clubs and Cabarets and also co-managed The Ballroom, died Oct. 21 in New York of liver failure.
In "Brendan," scribe Ronan Noone crafts a gentle, sweet-natured play about a contemporary Irish immigrant's struggle to leave the memory of the old country and his late mother behind him.
Nicholas Martin, the outgoing artistic director at Huntington Theater Company, is taking over as head of the Williamstown Theater Festival in the Berkshires.
Harvey Keitel will topline the Gotham preem of "Jerry Springer -- The Opera" in a two-night stint at Carnegie Hall in January.
A new play by Tony Kushner is set to preem in spring 2009 at Minneapolis' Guthrie Theater, which has commissioned the script.
Watching Chazz Palminteri travel back to his childhood stomping ground on the corner of 187th and Belmont Avenue, New York, is not unlike listening in on a bunch of Italians as they wax nostalgic…
When the curtain rises on Michael Schweikardt's stunning diorama of a set for "1776," it's like seeing a living portrait of a great moment from history.