If the Thirteenth Night Theater Company had set out to scour the dramatic repertoire for the gloomiest possible takes on contemporary relationships, it couldn't have come up with a more unholy…
The post-holiday slide snowballed into an avalanche in Week 34 (Jan. 15-21), with total Broadway grosses dropping about $2.5 million to $14.8 million.
Randall Wreghitt, producer of the current Broadway hit "Grey Gardens" and "Little Women -- The Musical," which he shaped at Duke U. for the Great White Way, is again donning his producer's hat for…
Following in the successful footsteps of the BBC's docu series, Melbourne-based WW T-Rex's spinoff arena show "Walking With Dinosaurs: The Live Experience" appears poised to be an equally large hit.
After eight years, the artistic director of the world's biggest arts festival is stepping down. Paul Gudgin, who has headed the Edinburgh Festival Fringe since 1999, will leave June 7, after…
Political satire and musicals for children are odd bedfellows, but Oz tuner "Snugglepot & Cuddlepie and Little Ragged Blossom" makes a fair, if ultimately unsuccessful, stab at uniting the two. N
Critic's Notebook: In a case of cutesy branding gone right, Mark Russell, producer of the new play fest Under the Radar, uses his program notes to describe the event's third season as "new theater on…
When "The Lady From Dubuque" first visited Broadway in 1980, it lasted only 12 performances. Edward Albee's potent cocktail of realism and absurdity did not go down smoothly with critics, among them…
While new plays outnumber new musicals this spring season, they don't have exclusivity on dramatic conflict. High among the season's most anticipated tuners is "LoveMusik," which spans a…
Nowhere more than in "The Taming of the Shrew" and "Twelfth Night" did Shakespeare put gender closer to the top of his agenda. His insights about husbands and wives in the former, and love in…