Martin McDonagh's brilliantly nightmarish "The Pillowman" was named best play at the 2004 Laurence Olivier Awards ceremony Sunday, while Broadway-bound musical "Jerry Springer -- The Opera" won four…
The decision is many months away. A committee has just been formed, and a firm has yet to be tapped to implement its wishes. But the theater industry already is buzzing about potential successors to…
The premature closure of "The Full Monty" in Melbourne is yet another hiccup for Australia's tuner biz, which is still recovering from a 12-month slump.
Vet Aussie legit producer and concert promoter Kevin Jacobsen has inked a joint venture with Miami-based promoter Jack Utsick Presents.
Noises Off: Who's waiting for the Freedom Tower to be built? A major arts complex is projected for Gotham's downtown financial district long before construction begins at Ground Zero.
Broadway grosses leaped during Week 38 (Feb.9-15), as the total B.O. rose to $14,755,636, an increase of 17.6%. Attendance was up 10.6% to 216,516.
The road grosses dipped by 3.4% during Week 38 (Feb. 9-15), falling to $16,300,957.
Can Las Vegas: The Next Generation already be in place, in the form of the Colosseum at Caesars Palace?
Good theater isn't quite as mysteriously random as a roll of the dice, but I'm willing to gamble that you'll have a pretty dispiriting time at "The Dice House." Paul Lucas' play has built up…
In "Melissa Arctic," Craig Wright's new adaptation of Shakespeare's "The Winter's Tale," it's difficult to take your eyes off 11-year-old Kiah Victoria, who is a fixture on stage in the role of the…
Another stage tuner about the desegregation wrought by early rock 'n' roll, "Memphis" could sorely use a shot or three of the high style and satirical edge "Hairspray" applies. Uneven collaboration…