Powerhouse personnel onstage and off infuse "Little Women -- the Musical" with humor and comedy to broaden its appeal to contempo audiences, compromising the effort to capture the spirit of Louisa…
Two educated, well-groomed contemporary women relay their individual trials and tribulations while balancing career and family in "Eve-olution." Structured as parallel monologues, the play is based…
Will a November victory by President Bush or John Kerry help or hurt the chances of seeing David Hare's political play "Stuff Happens" produced Stateside?
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No Good Deed
No Good Deed1Daily:$5.6M Cumulative:$24.3M Sony / Screen Gems -42.28%
Dolphin Tale 2
Dolphin Tale 22Daily:$4.2M Cumulative:$15.9M Warner Brothers -44.30%
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy3Daily:$2.1M Cumulative:$306.0M Disney -46.66%
Keri Russell will make her stage debut in Neil LaBute's new play "Fat Pig." Jeremy Piven, Andrew McCarthy and Ashlie Atkinson were recently announced to star in the play, set to open Dec. 15 under…
There are not just one but two kitchen sinks in the world preem production of "Sonia Flew," a talky and unfocused new drama that explores how politics divide, uproot and destroy families. Play jumps…
Maureen McGovern flew in from North Carolina, where Broadway-bound "Little Women" is in tryouts, to put her playful spin on "My Heart Belongs to Daddy," accompanied by Jay Leonhart's wordless vocal…
The night before Richard Dreyfuss was to make headlines in London for ankling West End musical "The Producers," the Oscar winner attended an elegant Democrats Abroad soiree and said he was toying…
New tuner "Spamalot" has rescheduled its Broadway dates in order to accommodate a weeklong extension in Chicago. Previews at Broadway's Shubert Theater now begin Feb. 14; opening night is March 17.
Gotham gained five new Off Broadway theaters in midtown when Dodgers Stages opened its doors this fall. But downtown, the theater world will lose a venerable 499-seater.
Columbus Day is Broadway's Groundhog Day: If receipts build on the holiday, it means Broadway sees no shadows on the B.O. horizon. If receipts shrink, producers can look forward to a rough winter.