When 5,000 Republican delegates arrive in New York for the Aug. 30-Sept. 2 convention, they'll be given free tickets to shows like "42nd Street," "Wonderful Town," "The Lion King" and "Bombay…
If food really is the way to someone's heart, then the new play at London's Gate Theater, "The Arab-Israeli Cookbook," may just help to promote peace and understanding between the two long-feuding…
"The Producers" continues to be the big news on the Toronto theater scene, but the news isn't good.
By hook, crook or Equity concession, Atlanta's Theater of the Stars has figured out how to tour classic tuners without visibly skimping either on cast size or production values. The weird casting of…
Broadway continued its post-Tony push during Week 3 (June 14-20) as grosses increased 1.3% to $15,748,377 and attendance rose 1.5% to 239,489.
Road grosses dropped 2.8% to $13,040,925 during Week 3 (June 14-20), which isn't bad considering the week was without "Urinetown," which ended on June 13, and one of the "Mamma Mia!" companies, which…
Strands: "I'm getting match fit," says director Michael Grandage, employing sports imagery to explain his immersion over the next nine months in the world of the musical.
There's a remarkable moment in "Alki," Eric Overmyer's rambling retelling of Ibsen's "Peer Gynt," when Peer has traveled to the wilds to ask a mountain king for the hand of his daughter. After the…
The new Elvis Presley musical "All Shook Up" and the upcoming "La Cage aux Folles" revival have switched Broadway theaters.
Sometimes the world is just too heavy to be en pointe. Michael Keegan-Dolan and his young Fabulous Beast Dance Theater from Ireland take the outline of Theophile Gautier's classic romantic story…
Delivering one show-stopper after another in the Geffen Playhouse's production of "Cookin' at the Cookery," Ann Duquesnay maximizes the spryness and deep church influence in her vocals to sock every…