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.
Jujamcyn Theaters will rechristen the Virginia, one of its five Broadway houses, the August Wilson Theater. New marquee will go up over the West 52nd Street venue Oct. 17.
This is the dawning of the age of the impresario Down Under. Indies John Frost, Louise Withers, the Jacobsen family and Jim McPherson have emerged as the industry's kingpins following the exit of the…
Hail a cab anywhere in Las Vegas and the odds are in your favor that the rooftop advertisement is pointing you toward the Wynn for "Avenue Q."
Strands: A trio of plays by black Americans, August Wilson's "Gem of the Ocean" among them, will make up the bulk of the Tricycle Theater's 2005-06 season, featuring the first shared ensemble the…
It was Friday morning and the reviews were in: "Princesses" -- the most recent Broadway hopeful spawned at Seattle's 5th Avenue Theater -- was not a hit. But it wasn't exactly a miss, either.