In most productions of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?," George and Martha burst through their front door with war already declared. But in this touring Broadway revival, helmer Anthony Page removes…
Greeted, as will be its eternal fate, by a rousing round of cheers and an impressive chorus of dissent, the steel-edged masterpiece of Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht howled its way into the Music…
Combine the Super Bowl with the annual buy-one, get-one-free-for-your-child marketing initiative of Kids Night on Broadway Jan. 30-31, and you've got a recipe for box office dips all along the Rialto…
Road receipts grew in Week 36 (Jan. 29-Feb. 4) as the 10-show slate increased 7.23% to $8,965,011.
When discussing Adam Rapp's career, it helps to clarify which one you mean. Along with his day job writing plays, Rapp has written and directed two indie films, scripted episodes of "The L Word" and…
Breaks don't get much bigger than Lin-Manuel Miranda's. At 27, he is the composer, lyricist and one of the stars of "In the Heights," a new musical premiering Off Broadway.
"Spring Awakening" may still be working to cement its Broadway audience, but at least one group of the production's seats are regularly hard to come by: the ones onstage.
The Royal Court Theater is touting its first season under artistic director Dominic Cooke as a revitalization rather than a revolution. As expected, Cooke, 40, continues the mission of world…
Adding to the general climate of anxiety in the Boston theater community is the loss of a leading daily critic and the city's sole local TV arts producer.
The departure of a pair of veteran artistic directors at leading Boston-area theaters has shaken the local legit landscape, leaving insiders unsure which direction the Beantown theater scene is…
For your average moviegoing audiences, those World War II vets in Clint Eastwood's "Flags of Our Fathers" are just a bunch of old guys doing what they do best: act.