Forget about grosses, which are fueled by inflated ticket prices. Paid attendance for summer 2005 ended at an impressive 3,485,407, which tops what Broadway was doing pre-9/11 for the first time…
Thesps Robert Redford and Julie Harris, singers Tony Bennett and Tina Turner and dancer Suzanne Farrell have been selected to receive this year's Kennedy Center Honors, the org announced Tuesday.
Off Broadway has carved out a niche as a less flashy but often more thought-provoking alternative to Broadway. How far that reputation travels beyond Gotham is unclear.
That huge sigh of relief coming from down the road emanates from the 30-plus theaters that won bookings for the first national touring company of "Wicked" -- the road's first monster hit since "Mamma…
Look for Alan Bennett's "The History Boys" to achieve a nearly global profile in the season ahead. The beloved English scribe's latest play is planning an international tour as well as a Broadway run…
Broadway's class of 2005 should be a blessing for the road. Here's the touring game plan for several new shows: Will "Spamalot" be the next "Producers" on the road? Or could it turn into a behemoth…
When Tom Hewitt's Dr. Dolittle talks to the animals, the puppeteers talk back. The current road tour of the Leslie Bricusse tuner has been markedly retooled from its original 1998 London stage…
After Gary Griffin's Broadway-bound production of "The Color Purple" closed at the Alliance Theater in Atlanta earlier this year, producer Scott Sanders at Creative Battery was left with a choice.
At the moment, Linda Evans is in Seattle and Joan Collins is summering in the south of France. Ten thousand miles separates them. But come September 2006, the two divas of "Dynasty" reunite for 30…
Actors' Equity's Experimental Touring Program is having an impact on the Broadway road that is bigger and more immediate than either side expected.