Billy Philadelphia's 1980s cabaret impersonation of Hoagy Carmichael has morphed into a lavish supper club concert act with an irrepressible emcee, a knockout leading lady belter, an adagio dance…
Broadway grosses rebounded in a big way during Week 24 (Nov. 8-14), rising 21.1% to $14,360,874, with attendance up 20.5% to $220,199.
The road joined Broadway in getting a huge boost during Week 24 (Nov. 8-14), as grosses jumped 19.9% to $14,285,502.
It was a case of a playwright upsetting the touring tea cart. When "Tea at Five," the bioplay about Katharine Hepburn starring Kate Mulgrew, completed its Off Broadway run in July 2003, the show's…
Strands: The theater trophy season got under way with the Nov. 17 short list for the awards handed out by the Evening Standard newspaper. The annual kudos will be presented in a lunchtime ceremony…
In 1992 Baz Luhrmann's "Strictly Ballroom" mainstreamed ballroom dancing in Oz. A dozen years later, a revival is under way. Dance competition show "Strictly Dancing" has rated well for pubcaster ABC…
Cy Coleman, composer of the musicals "City of Angels" and "Sweet Charity," died of heart failure Friday. He was 75. Coleman attended the Broadway premiere of Michael Frayn's play "Democracy" on…
Michael Frayn's "Democracy" is not without similarities to "Copenhagen," its immediate predecessor in the playwright's oeuvre. The fundamental difference is that while "Copenhagen" made distinct…
The new musical "Altar Boyz" opens Off Broadway Feb. 27 at Dodger Stages, with previews starting Feb. 15.
Tommy Chong, recently released from jail for selling pipes that could be used for smoking dope, makes his Off Broadway debut in the long-running "The Marijuana-logues."
Jane Krakowski, Lisa Loeb and Megan Mullally have joined the lineup of Lincoln Center's 2005 American Songbook season. All three will perform in the Allen Room of Frederick P. Rose Hall at the Time…