The road reversed and headed uphill a robust 18% in week 17 (Sept. 17 - 24). The 13-show slate didn't see any new losses or additions, just a few key increases and added perfs. The 13-show slate…
Horror may be cyclical in Hollywood, but there's one sector where fright always sells.
There's Boston and San Francisco, Chicago and Los Angeles, San Diego and Seattle and Denver. Now New Orleans is aiming to make the list of potential tryout towns for Broadway shows.
A new era in D.C. theater dawns this week with the debut of the Shakespeare Theater Company's new $89 million Sidney Harman Hall, a sleek and functional space that's certain to elevate the profile of…
How do you find a good show in the New York Musical Theater Festival?
It's not entirely surprising that Horton Foote's "Dividing the Estate" has taken almost 20 years to reach New York. It's a distinctly old-fashioned, single-setting work with an air of familiarity in…
Jose Carreras, Placido Domingo and the late Luciano Pavarotti started the Three Tenors concept with a concert at the Baths of Caracalla in Rome to celebrate the World Cup finals back in 1990.
It's disguised as realism, but John B. Keane's 1959 drama "Sive" is a folk tale. And though the Irish Rep's production could blow down the walls with its bluster, it still serves the play's most…
The latest New York outing for Edward Albee hasn't even begun previews yet, but it's already extended its limited run by three weeks.
Anne Rippey, currently the vice president-principal of legit communications firm the Marketing Group, will ankle the post later this fall to join Alan Wasser Associates as executive VP of marketing.
We're in hell. More precisely, in hell's kitchen. Anthony Ward's powerfully simple but immensely versatile set of a dirty, white-tiled chamber of horrors is part kitchen, part abattoir, part the…