Is business bad on Broadway in January? Do people ski in Aspen? As Gotham shivers through a particularly cold winter, there's actually some moderately good news to report: Things aren't much worse…
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With Robert Wilson's new production world-preeming here before heading to the U.S. and Europe, and more than 80% attendance for the Huayi Chinese Festival of Arts, will the Year of the Monkey prove…
Broadway grosses continued to slip as chilly weather gripped the city. Grosses for Week 35 (Jan. 19-25) were down by 10.5% to $12,494,393. Attendance of 184,705 was off by 9%.
Stiff upper lips are sure to soften with honestly earned remorse in the new West End revival of "Journey's End," a play of enormous savagery and delicacy that has at last found the production to…
Road grosses slid as winter weather gripped much of the country. Total B.O. for the 18 shows reporting was $14,313,548, 4.6% down from the prior frame.
Despite the cold, it's business as usual on Broadway. Excluding New Year's week and the week just completed, paid admissions for January are in line with past years. There were 594,000 admissions in…
Chris Kattan will join Nathan Lane in the underworld this summer. The former "Saturday Night Live" actor makes his Broadway debut in "The Frogs" at Lincoln Center.
"Aida" won't be taking the non-Equity route down the Nile. Big League Theatricals has canceled its upcoming tour of the popular Broadway show by Elton John and Tim Rice, which was set to go out in…
Seeing two male actors kissing onstage is not all that common, despite social/sexual liberation. Scripter-thesp L. Trey Wilson offers a highly entertaining look at the tensions, both comical and…
After more than a decade of bureacratic entanglements, billionaire entrepreneur and media mogul Joop van den Ende signed on the dotted line for official permission to build a massive 1,850-seat…
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