Road grosses declined 13.7% to $12,518,125 during Week 36.
At Sundance, festgoers were lavished with Motorola cell phones and Kenneth Cole shoes. At the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, the sexiest free giveaway was ... oxygen.
Remember the shot of all those still, silent, open-mouthed faces reacting to "Springtime for Hitler" in the original version of "The Producers"?
Post-play panel discussions can often be a snooze, but Broadway's jury room drama "Twelve Angry Men" has added a fresh twist for the Court TV age.
The drudgery endured by an unseen title character is all too close to the viewer's experience with "Hilda," acclaimed French-Senegalese novelist Marie Ndiaye's first play. Making its U.S. debut under…
In January, Los Angeles turned into the legit stix when a non-Equity tour of "Oklahoma!" rolled into the mighty Pantages Theater. There on the stage that recently hosted "The Producers" and…
Playwright Arthur Miller, one of the giants of 20th-century American theater, died late Thursday at his home in Roxbury, Conn. He was 89.
"We Will Rock You" will not be rocking Clear Channel venues anytime soon. The conglom, with its many live-entertainment spots, had been in negotiations to sked the tuner through Detours, the booking…
Musical aficionados whose appetites for tuner spoofery are still unsated after the latest "Forbidden Broadway" incarnation should be tickled by the endearingly silly self-reflexiveness of "The…
Richard Monette, artistic director of the Stratford Festival in Canada, will retire at the end of his current contract extension, which runs from last month until the end of 2007.
The dream "Odd Couple" will arrive on Broadway in October. Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane will play, respectively, Felix Unger and Oscar Madison under the direction of Joe Mantello. Theater is yet…
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