Choreographer-director Twyla Tharp claims, "Violence and sex ... are at the heart of everything" she does. These qualities, joined with Billy Joel's bursting intensity, make "Movin' Out" a…
The transition -- from concept to readings to regional production to Broadway -- for "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" is moving smoother than a con man's pitch.
"Stuff Happens" is the latest National Theater production to score a success, and the title of David Hare's play aptly summarizes Nicholas Hytner's NT regime to date -- a venue where stuff, much of…
Road grosses rose 2.0% to $9,945,273 during Week 15 (Sept. 6-12). The pre-Broadway tryout of "Dame Edna: Back With a Vengeance" ($322,410) appears on the chart for the first time.
Broadway grosses took a slight downturn during Week 15 (Sept. 6-12), slipping 0.9% to $10,821,681, as attendance dropped 5.8% to 154,541.
With Hollywood providing a lot of the creative juice for legit musicals these days, it only makes sense that the money men start thinking the same way.
From its 120-seat space wedged into a former auto repair shop here, the 15-year-old Signature Theater has built a national reputation for its innovative productions, especially musicals.
London can be unforgiving to American musical transplants even when they're pretty good, so one can only imagine the critical feast they're likely to have at the expense of "Bat Boy the Musical."…
The gods often get a bum rap in the theater these days as agents of disorder and destruction who couldn't be more cavalier about the humans presumably under their care. So it's with the most elevated…
Good morning, Blighty! "Hairspray," the 2003 Tony-winning tuner set in Baltimore in the early 1960s, is planning a London run next fall. The aim is to open a West End stand in October 2005 at the…
The latest play from "Take Me Out" author Richard Greenberg, "A Naked Girl on the Appian Way," will premiere at South Coast Rep on April 8.
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