The legendary purveyor of blues and pop Dinah Washington (1924-63) deserves far better than this ill-conceived and misdirected sojourn through her short but spectacular career and troubled personal…
Jay Marciano has been named president of Radio City Entertainment. Appointment is effective March 7.
It wasn't just the weather. Broadway's box office continued to inhabit the storm cellar despite balmier weather last week.
It's safe to say that there never has been a more visually spectacular piece of theater than "KA," the latest show from Cirque du Soleil, which brings the company's productions in Las Vegas to four…
"Chicago" at the Pantages reminds us of the great talent we lost on Sept. 12, when lyricist Fred Ebb died. Ebb's killingly clever words, which also cut like a knife in "Cabaret," are rendered by…
The story doesn't translate, the costumes are shoddy and the lighting amateurish, but at its core "Havana Night Club" is a lively beast that deserves an influx of cash to reach its full potential…
Noises Off: In the movies, marketing people have no problem coming up with rave quotes from crix who dine out on the studios' largesse every weekend. It's called "press-junket whoredom."
Last season "Taboo" paid the price for not having an out-of-town tryout. In 2004-05, it is "Good Vibrations" that came naked to Broadway, exposing its wares to the media in an extended preview period.
The 2004 presidential election left theater folk in the famously left-leaning San Francisco Bay area reeling -- and looking for ways to make meaningful artistic statements in the face of an…
London's so-called "theaterland" clocked just shy of 12 million visitors during 2004, a second-best attendance figure for the seven decades such records have been kept. Receipts tallied £341,758,566…
The National Theater's first staging of Shakespeare's "Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2" and Oscar nominee Mike Leigh's first play in 12 years are among the shows artistic director Nicholas Hytner plans for…