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.
The legit business can befuddle professionals -- quick, explain the difference between a cover and a swing -- so to youngsters just catching the theater bug, it can seem overwhelming. But now those…
If Simba were real, he'd have grandchildren by now.
The world premiere of Joan Rivers' four-character autobiographical play, "The Joan Rivers Theater Project," will take over the Geffen Playhouse slot previously held by "Female of the Species."
If you think there are no Renaissance men any more, just ask Tony-winning helmer Jack O'Brien about Dakin Matthews: actor, playwright, translator, theater manager and dramaturg.
John Doyle's groundbreaking production of "Sweeney Todd," with actors playing all the musical instruments, still looks and sounds nearly as good as it did in Gotham, but has run into some personnel…
The all-black revival of "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" has staked out its Rialto real estate: New production of Tennessee Williams' 1955 play is set to begin previews at the Broadhurst Theater on Feb. 12…
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