Choreographer-librettist Matthew Bourne ("Swan Lake," "Car Man") has taken Tchaikovsky's traditional Christmas chestnut and placed it firmly inside an artistic nutcracker of his own, squeezing and…
As "Movin' Out" jetes into its third year on Broadway, the tuner continues to keep its lock on the dance-show market. However, Twyla Tharp may soon have some real competition.
Christmas came early for Broadway as receipts rose 6.7% to $16,751,472 during Week 28 (Dec. 6-12), with attendance up 6.3% to 247,005.
A star-studded tribute Dec. 13 raised $1.1 million for the new Gordon Davidson Endowment Fund for Artistic Excellence, in a farewell gift to the outgoing artistic director/producer of Los Angeles'…
With the recent proliferation of political plays showing no sign of stopping, it seems appropriate that there are new stages in the center of national politics getting ready to receive them.
Strands: London's sequence of theatrical gong-giving for 2004 began Dec. 15, with the 50th annual Evening Standard Theater Awards, whose winners were a mixture of the tried and the true.
Turns out ABC's hit "Desperate Housewives" has an awful lot in common with "Sweeney Todd" -- and not just the twisted murders. Broadway-literate fans may have noticed the skein's first three…
Producers of the current revival of Marsha Norman's Pulitzer Prize-winning play are shuttering the show two months early.
A fine ensemble cast dives into the delectable froth of a classic comedy of manners in Lincoln Center Theater's Broadway revival of Richard Brinsley Sheridan's "The Rivals." Heartily embracing the…
The theater has its rituals, and one that cannot be denied is the annual midseason pilgrimage to "Forbidden Broadway," to see the new shows all pink and nekkid and running for cover from Gerard…