Paralleling the notion of two Americas, there are two Broadways. Shows at the top of the B.O. chart increased their receipts while those at the bottom continued to wilt in the summer heat. Last week…
Richard Chamberlain will headline the U.S. premiere of Leslie Bricusse's "Scrooge." The stage musical kicks off its multicity national tour Oct. 26 at Chi's Oriental Theater.
"Saturday Night Fever" certainly isn't the most sophisticated musical playing in Australia right now, but its combination of high-energy choreography and familiar '70s tunes has ensured strong…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Blue martinis and new white couches; Broadway producers and unknown playwrights; young auds and live theater. Although one doesn't usually go near the other, they all converged quite nicely during…
Strands: "Fully Committed" is prolonging its run by seven weeks at southeast London's Menier Chocolate Factory until Oct. 17, nearly twice the length of its originally planned engagement. The…
If, as reported, director Ben Barnes is planning to relocate in Toronto after he steps down from Dublin's Abbey Theater next year, he's likely to find an enthusiastic welcome on the strength of his…
David Permut plans to bring Jerzy Kosinski's novel "Being There" to Broadway. But will auds pay to see live what they can rent on DVD?
Road grosses climbed 5.6% to $11,262,496 during Week 8 (July 19-25).
Strikers were poised to walk the Broadway barricades. And producers were digging in their heels. But despite appearances to the contrary, the main arguments at the just-settled negotiations between…
Broadway grosses slipped 2.8% to $15,005,703 during Week 8 (July 19-25), with attendance down 3.2% to 225,937.
Arthur Miller had a legitimate beef, back in 1964, when "After the Fall" was first presented by the Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center in a production starring Jason Robards as Quentin, a man afraid…