Broadway may be buoyant, but this season's figures show once again that strong legit biz in New York is failing to translate to the road. With grosses either flatlining or trending downward…
What a difference 11 Tony noms makes. Weekly sales for "Spring Awakening" ($608,317) shot up by more than $150,000 last week, goosed by a Tony nomination haul that included nods for tuner, score…
Road receipts decreased in Week 51 (May 14-20) as the 13-show slate dipped 2.71% to $11,497,034. The decrease was in part due to a week-long hiatus for "Chicago," which is overseas until the 27th.
If you happened to pass by the William Morris international sales office in Cannes last week, you might have caught sight of a few Broadway hoofers.
On a balmy Friday night in May in a gigantic tent-theater pitched near Rome's main courthouse, Roberto Benigni is reciting from Dante's Divine Comedy, verbally waltzing through the Inferno's fifth…
With one month remaining before the wrap of D.C.'s Shakespeare Festival, Michael Kahn is one happy fellow. "It has galvanized this city," says the festival curator and a.d. of the city's Shakespeare…
In its 51-year history, Opera Australia has never staged a contemporary American work. That will change in August with the Down Under premiere of Andre Previn's "A Streetcar Named Desire," marking…
It's two more weeks for "10 Million Miles." The new Off Broadway tuner, with songs by alt-country singer-songwriter Patty Griffin, does not open until June 14, but the production has already set an…
"I'm always acting, watching myself go by," says Garry Essendine, the aging matinee idol in "Present Laughter," Noel Coward's comedy celebrating the elegant pursuit of play and pleasures.
Denmark's Royal Theater has commissioned a new opera based on Lars von Trier's 2000 film, ``Dancer in the Dark.'' Poul Ruders, a leading Danish composer, will write the music for the work, while the…