Thirty-seven years after it closed on Broadway, "Sherry!" -- a musical version of the George S. Kaufman-Moss Hart classic "The Man Who Came to Dinner" -- has finally been recorded for posterity.
Broadway grosses inched up 2.1% to $15,060,670 during Week 39 (Feb. 16-22), with attendance up 7.8% to 233,364.
Michael Crawford reunites with the composer of his career-defining role, the Phantom, to headline Andrew Lloyd Webber's next musical, "The Woman in White," opening Sept. 15 at the Palace Theater.
Sonia Collinens, sister of the late Jerome Robbins, suffered a fatal heart attack shortly before the opening-night curtain went up on the current Broadway revival of "Fiddler on the Roof," a musical…
The real revolutionary in new revival of "Fiddler on the Roof" isn't feisty little Perchik, the firebrand sent off to Siberia. It's Alfred Molina's sad-eyed, soft-spoken Tevye, a modest, human…
Jack Black, star of Paramount's recent laffer "School of Rock," has been named comedy star of the year for ShoWest 2004.
Helmed with a fine sense of pacing and character detail by Scott Cummins, the cathartic doings of the Riordan family of County Clare are brought to vivid life by an eight-member ensemble, led by…
Negotiations between Actors' Equity and the League of American Theaters and Producers have taken an interesting turn. League members Clear Channel Entertainment and the Nederlanders have joined with…
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
I won't have what they're having: That's likely to be a common response to the anemic stage premiere of "When Harry Met Sally," which has arrived in London in order to trade on the seemingly…
Misery does not love company, or so we learn from Howard Korder's new play, a dark comedy that chronicles the brisk deterioration of a therapist's life and career. Dylan Baker plays the gentle…