The Studio Theater's season of mostly Russian plays is serving an explosive dose of "Black Milk," an inventive and disturbing look at the underside of the new capitalist Russia. The exceedingly dark…
Michael Dempsey has been cast in the title role in the Kennedy Center's revival of "Mr. Roberts," which opens March 12 for a three-week run. The Robert Longbottom-directed play also features Frank…
A specialist in applying new spit and polish to Moliere classics, Freyda Thomas turns to his comparatively obscure junior contemporary Jean-Francois Regnard in "The Gamester," based on the latter's…
Thanks to a Broadway production climate of financial and creative conservatism, Tony voters might be struggling in May to fill nomination quotas in the tuner categories, both new and revival.
Neil LaBute will direct the world premiere of his latest play, "Wrecks," at the Everyman Palace Theater in Cork later this year, as part of that city's European Capital of Culture 2005 program.
Road grosses dipped 9.7% to $13,529,535 during Week 32 (Jan. 3-9) coming off the boffo New Year's frame.
Following a preview period that hasn't exactly been fun, fun, fun, the opening of Beach Boys musical "Good Vibrations" has been pushed back a week to Feb. 2.
After Broadway's all-time highest-grossing frame New Year's week, the tourists went home and five shows closed, causing grosses to plunge 35.5% to $14,224,482 during Week 32 (Jan. 3-9). Attendance…
Stands: What a difference a monosyllable makes, not least when a single protracted howl serves as an emblem of the production as a whole. The moment comes midway through the New York Theater Workshop…
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- Playwright August Wilson is turning to a new director for the world premiere of "Radio Golf," the concluding work of his 10-play, decade-by-decade cycle chronicling the…