Road grosses declined 11.80% to $11,620,657 during Week 39 (Feb. 21-27) as "Caroline, or Change" ended its San Francisco run and "Little Shop of Horrors" went on hiatus. Also, "Sweet Charity" did not…
New York Times No. 1 bestseller "Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking" profiles a comedy team called Mother, one of many teams today creating long form improv -- a style in which the actors…
Daphne du Maurier's "Rebecca" has all the elements of a gothic romance: a young heroine in love, a haunted mansion, a murder mystery. What it doesn't have is a lot of yuks ... though you wouldn't…
Forget about Kevin Bacon in the movies. In the new generation of tuner creatives, everyone is less than six degrees away from everyone else. A small nucleus of young lyricists, composers and book…
The Kennedy Center will mount the musical "Mame" and host the touring musicals "Wicked" and "Little Women" during an ambitious 2005-06 season. A new production of Frank Gilroy's 1965 play "The…
Amid a London season laden with musicals, a Broadway classic is tuning up for a major production in an unlikely context: the repertory of English National Opera at the 2,364-seat London Coliseum.
In Week 39 (Feb. 21-27), Broadway set a record for the mid-February timeframe. Twenty-five shows brought in $15,092,662, up $852,925 (5.99%) from the previous session.
Noises Off: Jeffrey Seller and Kevin McCollum are moving the New Group's "Hurlyburly," not to Broadway but Off Broadway, where it opens April 4. "We are going to do something singular, something…
Amanda Peet has replaced Marisa Tomei in the upcoming production of Neil LaBute's "This Is How It Goes" at the Public Theater. A spokesman attributed Tomei's departure to "personal family reasons."
Jessica Biel has been named ShoWest 2005 female star of tomorrow. Biel will next be seen in helmer Rob Cohen's summer-slated action thriller "Stealth," with Jamie Foxx and Josh Lucas.