Surrounded as we are with entertainment about ghosts, witches, aliens and all manner of creatures eager to get in on the human act, Christopher Durang reverses the Pinocchio-longings and gives us a…
Broadway tuner "Monty Python's Spamalot" crowns a new King Arthur on Dec. 20, when British thesp Simon Russell Beale steps into the royal role currently played by Tony-nommed Tim Curry.
Considering that it's September, Broadway performed quite nicely last week. Twenty-three shows brought in $12,404,711, up $1,522,632, 13.99%, over the previous session.
Having earned the label of "promising" with small-scale, semiautobiographical musical "The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin," Kirsten Childs attempts an ambitious leap with "Miracle…
The National Theater has announced another record year, with attendance across the 2004-05 season averaging 94% over 19 productions. The figure was up 3% from the already high previous season…
Biz wasn't good, but Broadway has seen worse B.O. in recent Septembers.
Bruce Norris' hard-edged new play "The Pain and the Itch" at the Steppenwolf Theater is up against stellar revivals of "A Delicate Balance," "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?," "Seven Guitars" and the…
Everyone knows theater is a collaborative art, but how often does a play have hundreds of writers? That could be the case for "Under Construction," a piece commissioned by Minneapolis' Guthrie…
Thanks to "Avenue Q" -- the newest entertainment attraction at the top-end, hype-loving Wynn Hotel -- America's media and legit elite have again discovered Las Vegas and its money.
In theory, it seems only fitting for this provocative verbatim theater production to play Northern Ireland, site of the infamous incidents that are its subject matter. Production is a meticulously…