Atlanta's Alliance Theater reported significant financial growth at the end of its 2004 fiscal year.
Anthology evenings of one-act plays can be tricky at the best of times, but Gene Franklin Smith has solved many of the problems inherent to the form with "Haunted Masters". The founder and artistic…
Despite the passage of more than 40 years since it was published, the psychiatric issues raised by Joanne Greenberg's famous account of her struggle with schizophrenia remain timely, particularly…
In 2002, before rehearsals began for Tom Stoppard's trilogy "The Coast of Utopia" at the National Theater, set designer William Dudley gave director Trevor Nunn a taste of his design.
What is the sound of an android flying? That's the question that met sound designer Hillary Charnas when she started work on Rolin Jones' "The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow" at Yale Repertory…
As every "American Idol" addict knows, judge Simon Cowell thinks "Broadway" is a dirty word. If a contestant sings on pitch, eschews painfully held caterwauling high notes and otherwise follows the…
Anyone can make fun of religion, but two L.A. stage productions are taking a different tack. They satirize local controversial beliefs by ironically celebrating them.
Disney's "The Lion King" has just celebrated its first birthday Down Under, making it Sydney's longest-running live theater production since "Les Miserables" in the early '90s.
With two new shows on the boards, Broadway grosses rose 2.5% during Week 21 (Oct. 18-24) to $12,484,077, which is still down $2 million-plus from the same week last year. Attendance was up 3.5% to…
Charm intact after nearly three decades, long-running Broadway hit "Gemini" reappears as a nostalgia musical, a feel-good family comedy defanged by time. No longer is the gay son's coming-out…
Road grosses jumped 16.0% to $12,041,548 during Week 21 (Oct. 18-24).