Like latter-day Lewis and Clarks colonizing the Midwestern wilderness, out-of town journos have been showing up in Chicago in peculiar profusion of late. All have been shocked -- shocked! -- to…
Columbus Day weekend was a boon to Broadway as grosses skyrocketed 12.8% to $12,689,073 during Week 19 (Oct. 4-10), with attendance up 10.2% to 192,379.
Road grosses rose 9.1% to $11,741,319 during Week 19 (Oct. 4-10), which had two shows more than the previous week.
Noises Off: The Skirball Center at NYU opened its doors in September, but for many Broadway types the $15 million, 865-seat venue formally arrives Oct. 26 when the Abbey Theater's "Playboy of the…
When the curtain rises Oct. 22 at long last on the first London preview of "The Producers," answers will begin emerging to various questions that have preoccupied the West End now for some time:
The Nederlander Organization has come to an agreement on a three-year contract with IATSE's Local 1, whose stagecraft membership includes stagehands as well as lighting, sound and shop technicians.
"The Story" scribe Tracey Scott Wilson will receive the 2004 Kesselring Prize for playwriting, plus a $15,000 cash prize, from the National Arts Club in Gotham.
Play-with-music "A Couple of Blaguards," written by brothers Frank McCourt and Malachy McCourt, comes to Toronto's Winter Garden Theater Oct. 26-Dec. 12.
The New York Civil Liberties Union will honor Tony Kushner and Sarah Jones, along with other civil liberties advocates, in a ceremony Oct. 25 at the Yale Club in New York.
In a ground-breaking deal, Apple Corps, founded by the Beatles to administer their business interests, will partner with Cirque du Soleil and the Mirage on an original Beatles-based show to bow on…
Broadway appears to be guaranteed one commercial hit this fall. Billy Crystal's one-person show "700 Sundays" has racked up a reported $6 million in advance sales, with the Dec. 5 opening night still…