Outer Critics Circle is best known for being first. The last show of the Broadway season, "Prymate," doesn't open until May 5, but that doesn't stop OCC. These critics release their nominations for…
Producers of the "Blues Brothers Revival" are in talks to bring the Chi-based show to the Las Vegas Strip.
There are about two more weeks until the May 5 Tony nomination cutoff point, and a little more than a month left in the official Broadway season. But industry watchers looking ahead at the light…
This literate, moving and surprisingly compelling two-hander from veteran scribe Joanna McClelland Glass is the most commercially viable new work to emerge from Chi's Tony-winning new-play citadel in…
The competitive nature of male friendship is under the microscope in this year's offering from the elder statesman of Australian theater, David Williamson.
Buoyed by the holidays, Broadway grosses skyrocketed 15.7% to $17,577,334 during Week 46 (April 5-11), as attendance rose 15.2% to 268,213.
Willa Cather's 1913 "My Antonia," a fictive turn-of-the-century Nebraska Plains remembrance that's richly evocative but diffuse and anecdotal. Those aren't qualities that transfer well to the…
Road grosses inched up 1.1% to $14,155,591 during Week 46 (April 5-11). "Hairspray" began its Toronto run, earning C$440,376 ($329,710) in four previews.
If you were in a capricious mood, you could refer to this charming play as "Amadeus Lite," but it's actually far more subtle and rewarding than that.
Noises Off: Marc Platt, the movie exec who segued to Broadway with "Wicked," is now going in the other direction, taking Broadway to Hollywood.
Six plays have been finalized for the Huntington Theater Co.'s 2004-05 season in Boston.