The passage of 35 years has dulled neither the sting nor the wit of "Butley." The best known of Simon Gray's plays set in the academic world remains a corrosively clever portrait of a brilliant man…
Broadway tuner "The Wedding Singer," based on the 1998 Adam Sandler pic, will shutter Dec. 31. Co-produced by the "Hairspray" team of Margo Lion and New Line Cinema, the tuner has struggled to…
Michael Arden, one of the lead actors in Broadway tuner "The Times They Are A-Changin'," missed both the matinee and the evening performance Wednesday -- the day before the show's opening. The…
The gifted Aussies known as the Ten Tenors create a rich and commanding group sound that actually gives weight and relevance to songs that don't deserve the attention.
Tourism remained a strong force in Broadway biz over the 2005-06 season -- although it was receipts from New Yorkers and suburbanites that rose most noticeably during the frame.
A Small, Melodramatic Story" is 10¢ pulp flouncing in literature's ballgown. Essentially, the play is a "Law & Order" episode about a kid seeking vengeance on the cop who shot his brother, but…
Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey a.d. Bonnie J. Monte has adapted and staged a sumptuous new version of Jane Austen's sprawling turn-of-the-19th-century tome "Pride and Prejudice." At three…
Sitting through Suzan-Lori Parks' "The America Play" is not unlike a visit to the theme park serving as her central image. The "Great Hole of History" is where onlookers peer down and confront the…
Michael Stuhlbarg ("The Pillowman") and Fritz Weaver ("Trying") will topline the Gotham preem of David Mamet's adaptation of "The Voysey Inheritance" at the Atlantic.
Angela Lansbury returns to Broadway for the first time in more than 20 years in "Deuce," a new play by Terrence McNally ("Love! Valour! Compassion!") set to open at the Music Box May 6.
Broadway grosses continued to rise over the week ending Oct. 22, as tourists began to trickle back to the city and the fall legit season began to ramp up in earnest.