In "Drowning Crow," Regina Taylor's contempo African-American adaptation of "The Seagull" now on Broadway, young writer C-Trip rails about how black auds are fed "the same old 'A Raisin in the Sun'…
Broadway grosses plunged 15.1% to $12,789,057 during Week 40 (Feb. 23-29), with attendance down 14.8% to 198,921.
Road grosses went up 2.6% to $15,891,801 during Week 40 (Feb. 23-29).
If Eye execs at Black Rock don't want to see red, they'd be well advised to stay away from Tim Robbins' play "Embedded," now in previews at the Public Theater in New York.
Noises Off: Here's a strange pairing: the author of "Annie" and the mind behind Spy magazine.
The world premiere of Noah Haidle's "Mr. Marmalade," directed by Ethan McSweeney, will replace the previously announced Christopher d'Amboise preem "The Studio" at South Coast Rep as part of the…
Following two seasons at Feinstein's at the Regency, Betty Buckley has moved her act 10 blocks uptown to the cushy confines of the Cafe Carlyle. In her new program, "Portraits," the Broadway diva…
As the beehive queens of the '60s might have opined, you can never have too much hairspray. New Line Cinema will produce a feature remake of "Hairspray," thus completing a 16-year full-circle journey…
The Williamstown Theater Festival's 50th anniversary season will be distinguished by a series of classics, workshops of new plays and a gala benefit that will mark the end of producer Michael…
Shakespeare's "King Lear," so grand in its scope, so dark in its vision, is not a play about a single man. But the new Broadway production tends to make you forget this. Playing the maddened and…
Halle Berry, star of Warner Bros.' upcoming "Catwoman," has been named female star of the year for ShoWest 2004.