Ricky Kirshner and Glenn Weiss are the new executive producers of the Tony Awards, with Weiss double-dipping as director of the 2004 awards show that will air live on CBS from Radio City Music Hall…
It's rare for two Pulitzer Prize-winning dramas to be in competition for the play Tony. It happened in 1956 when "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" went up against "The Diary of Anne Frank," with the Tony going…
Unfortunately, William Shakespeare and his Old Globe gang were not available for comment on Broadway's 2003-04 productions of "Henry IV" and "King Lear."
For Simon Russell Beale, it was the sweater. "I need a cardigan," the actor said during rehearsals of "Jumpers." "This man would wear a cardigan."
On the day "Frozen" preemed on Broadway, Bryony Lavery spent the afternoon at a reading of her new play, "Last Easter," at MTC.
Hugh Jackman has the greenlight to do whatever the spirit moves him to do when he returns to host the Tonys for a second year.
It was in December 1998 that a London export to New York opened to sellout business and what was, at the time, the strong-est advance sale -- nearly $4 million -- for a non-musical in Broadway…
A few more awards Best Show of 1903-04: “Jackie Mason’s Laughing Room Only” Best Party: “Taboo” at Roxy Best Recasting: Manhattan Theater Club Best Wrestling Match: David Leveaux and Michael Riedel…
Any director approaching this great American play must reconcile its conflicting impulses: "Streetcar" is both a searing, naturalistic drama about sex and class and power, and a lyric poem defending…
The short sprint between the Tony nominations and the ceremony itself is under way. And unlike last year, when "Hairspray" ambled easily to the top prize, this year there's likely to be a bit more…
After three weeks of downturns, Broadway grosses inched back up 4.2% to $15,153,444 during Week 50 (May 3-9), with attendance up 3.7% to 234,513.