Despite all those optimistic press releases and reports about Broadway's banner 2004, those who run the road just suffered through a terrible end to the year. Shows underperformed all over the…
The Main Stem continued its perennial winter wilt, as grosses declined 0.7% to a mediocre $14,122,781 across 26 shows during Week 33 (Jan. 10-16), while attendance dropped 2.2% to 210,363.
Strands: The Brian Dennehy/Robert Falls "Death of a Salesman" has confirmed its London transfer in a largely recast production that will bring one of Britain's favorite American plays to the West…
Robin De Levita, the right-hand man of Dutch theatrical mogul Joop Van den Ende, will ankle April 1 as international exec producer and board member of Stage Holding to launch his own company.
Road grosses soared 22.8% to $16,620,269 during Week 33 (Jan. 10-16) as "Peter Pan," "Chicago," "Riverdance" and "Caroline, or Change" returned to the boards.
Blake Robison, head of the theater department at the U. of Tennessee, Knoxville, and producing artistic director at the Clarence Brown Theater Company there, will join the Round House Theater here in…
When it opened last February, the criticism most frequently leveled at director David Leveaux's reinterpretation of "Fiddler on the Roof" was that its Tevye, Alfred Molina, was too earnest, too…
Geraldine Hughes' memoir of growing up in the war zones of Belfast, Northern Ireland, delivers what most solo shows rarely muster: drama. Introducing herself as a "wee girl" from a poor but loving…
Billy Crystal repeatedly referred to it as "a play" at his Broadway debut party on Dec. 5. The Tony Awards administration committee, however, put his solo show "700 Sundays" in another category…
Actors' Equity and the League of Resident Theaters will begin negotiations Monday at the union's headquarters in Gotham. Contract was set to expire in late February but has been extended to March 6.