Milton Olin, former head of business and legal affairs at A&M Records, chief operating officer of Napster and senior counsel to the law firm of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, has partnered with David…
Theater League has awarded $5000 in grants to Long Beach area high schools. Grants are focused on enhancing musical theater experiences for high school students by providing extended production and…
"Movin' Out," the Twyla Tharp-Billy Joel dance musical, will open Broadway/L.A.'s 2004-05 season at the Pantages Theater.
Broadway grosses continued to tumble during Week 36 (Jan. 26-Feb. 1), as cold weather still plagued the city. B.O. was down by 6.4% overall to $11,691,284. Attendance fell by 4.1% to 177,064.
It could be a long, hot summer on Broadway -- whatever the thermostat says. Actors' Equity's contract with the League of American Theaters and Producers expires in late June, and a confrontation is…
Road grosses rose by 5.6% to $15,733,766 during Week 36 (Jan. 26-Feb. 1).
In what has been the busiest week in memory for London legit, answers are starting to emerge for three of the most pressing questions of the year:
There's cause to rejoice when a new jazz club opens. The hoops and hollers on East 58th Street this week emanated from Le Jazz Au Bar, a new downstairs performance space. WBGO jock Michael Bourne…
In the 40-plus years they've been joined in marriage and work, prolific songwriting team of Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil have churned out dozens of pop hits for Bette Midler, Lionel Richie, Dolly…
The two heroes of Paul Rudnick's new play are in thrall to beauty, but the playwright himself is in thrall to good jokes. Rudnick will gleefully throw logic, character and plot out the window when he…
Armed with more than a full tank of gas and half a pack of cigarettes -- and 106 miles closer to Chicago than Jake and Elwood were in the film -- the musical "The Blues Brothers Revival" will open at…