West L.A.'s Odyssey Theater Ensemble has joined forces with Gotham's New Federal Theater to preem Richard Abrons' quirky little tale of group catharsis in a crumbling temple in modern-day India. The…
Geva Theater Center in Rochester, N.Y., has announced its 33rd season lineup, including three world premieres.
Kressmann Taylor's acclaimed 1938 novella "Address Unknown," as adapted for the stage by Frank Dunlop, is an absorbing two-hander distinctively mounted at the George Street Playhouse.
Chicago's Victory Gardens Theater's 2005-06 season will include three world premieres from its stable of resident writers: James Sherman's "Half and Half," Kristine Thatcher's "A Fair to Middling…
More than 40 years after it was first seen and almost three decades since its last Broadway revival, Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" remains a searing study of a marriage based on…
The Kennedy Center's six-month festival of arts from the 1940s includes a most satisfying production of Thomas Heggen and Joshua Logan's "Mr. Roberts," which has docked at the Eisenhower Theater for…
It will be a gathering of veterans from August Wilson's works when the world preem of the playwright's "Radio Golf" tees off at New Haven's Yale Repertory Theater April 22 and plays through May 14.
"Monty Python's Spamalot" came close to a B.O. holy grail. The highly anticipated Broadway musical took in $2 million at the box office Friday, one of the highest single-day takes of all time.
Road grosses rose 10.27% to $12,399,440 during Week 41 (March 7-13). "Wicked" opened in Toronto with C$1,373,436 ($1,137,754) and "The Graduate" returned to the road with $517,256 in New Orleans.
Broadway finally moved back into record-setting territory in Week 41 (March 7-13). Twenty-eight shows brought in $14,587,903, up $2,010,749 or 15.99% from the previous session. Paid admissions…