A ducat for "Broadway By the Year," now in its fourth season, has become the proverbial hot ticket. A capacity Town Hall aud welcomed wunderkind writer-producer Scott Siegel, who turned back the…
Terrence McNally is known to be an avid opera buff, and presumably he has nothing against Michelangelo. So it's a pity he hasn't written a more affectionate tribute to the works of art at the center…
The Paper Mill Playhouse is billing it as "a season of premieres." The 2004-05 is certainly a season of firsts for the Millburn, N.J., company. None of the shows has been presented on the Paper Mill…
Who's waiting for the Freedom Tower to be built? A major arts complex is projected for Gotham's downtown financial district long before building begins at Ground Zero.
Should New York City ever lose power again, a remedy could be at hand: Just harness the energy being unleashed on the stage of the Richard Rodgers Theater by the astonishing cast of "Movin' Out."…
"The Exonerated," the recent Off Broadway success drawn from the stories of men and women who have done time on death row, is eyeing a U.K. run this spring, with Vanessa Redgrave and Aidan Quinn…
Qualms, based on Robert Wilson's previous track record, that his "Madama Butterfly" would turn out high on concept and low on reality proved groundless. Original -- even iconoclastic -- as it proved…
Broadway got a reprieve from wintry weather during Week 37 (Feb. 2-8), and grosses rebounded accordingly. B.O. was up by 7.3% to $12,546,800, and attendance climbed by 10.6% to 195,779.
Matt Wolf: Strands
Better late than never, London's Young Vic Theater has joined the parade of London theaters prepping a sizable makeover that should find an overhauled building reopening to the public in fall 2006.
"Gypsy" got a reprieve, but four other Broadway shows close this month, making it one of the grimmest months in recent history.