He may not get four more years, but Richard Nixon is now certifiably a hit on Broadway. Peter Morgan's political character study "Frost/Nixon" grossed $512,604 last week, pushing the production into…
As Joe Kennedy, he slipped through Edie Beale's fingers in "Grey Gardens," but now Matt Cavenaugh will be getting married on two coasts in four-time Tony winner Harvey Fierstein's new musical, "A…
The Atlantic Theater Company has announced the cast of Lucy Thurber's new play "Scarcity," opening Sept. 20.
Tony winner Adriane Lenox ("Doubt") and heavy-metal offspring Kelly Osbourne have both been tapped to play Matron "Mama" Morton in "Chicago."
"Forbidden Broadway" has now become an institution.
One show said hello to Broadway last week while three tuners said goodbye -- and summer sales heated up all along the Rialto.
Just for Laughs has wrapped its inaugural Toronto spinoff on a high note, with appreciative crowds, rave reviews and brisk ticket sales .
Playwright Stephen Adly Giurgis does not tread cautiously. This is not due to cockiness, but represents a desire for honesty, which is something his remarkable play "The Last Days of Judas Iscariot"…
The fragile veracity of legiter Charles Busch's fragile 1989 camp parody of the hyper-patriotic WWII-era anti-Nazi noir thrillers thriller crumbles under the double whammy of a woefully uneven…
If you're aiming to have a swell party, it's best to have a smart theme, appealing people and tasty goodies -- all of which are lacking in the nervy, nasty and not-very-much-fun new musical "Party…
Two creators of "De La Guarda," the aerial-dance hybrid that ran for six years Off Broadway, return to New York this fall with another physical spectacle, "Fuerzabruta."