Road grosses jumped to $11,370,577 for Week 18 (Sept. 26-Oct. 2), up $2,110,402 from the previous week.
Nowadays when a Broadway musical hits town, the theater world is already braced for its arrival if for no other reason than the fortune it costs to mount these extravaganzas.
Jackpots continue to roll in for the Blue Man Group, and they insist they just keep putting the money back into the machine.
Lead producer David Richenthal confirmed that he has found a West End theater for Doug Wright's award-winning play "I Am My Own Wife." In Moises Kaufman's original staging starring Jefferson Mays, it…
A gaggle of young film and TV thesps will flock Off Broadway later this fall, when Eddie Kaye Thomas ("American Pie") and Eliza Dushku ("Bring It On") star in Bert V. Royal's "Dog Sees God…
Like a Hamptonite cathedral, the web of endless windows and bleached wooden rafters of John Lee Beatty's imposing set for "A Naked Girl on the Appian Way" could hardly be more light and airy. But…
Lincoln Center has gone for something daring in its New Visions program, opening its American Songbook season with the world premiere of a music-dance-theater hybrid that only fitfully realizes its…
Shakespeare's history play itself makes history for marking the Bardic debut of Kevin Spacey, discounting his lone spear-carrying gig in Central Park two decades ago. Whether Trevor Nunn's production…
UCLA Live opened its International Theater Festival with a most nontheatrical piece, Sarah Kane's character-free contemplation on suicide, "4.48 Psychose" -- performed in French. The attraction here…
The difference between two feisty, red-haired orphan girls is more than an "i" in their first name. Anne Shirley might bear a passing resemblance to the young heroine of "Annie." But in this pop-up…