Adam Dawtrey: London Eye
Its surprisingly successful transfer from Off Broadway to Broadway itself still left open the question of whether regional theatergoers would embrace a tuner so wholly ironic. But while "Urinetown"…
It has been nearly 20 years since auds at London's Apollo Victoria first thrilled to male engines and female rolling stock, all skating by just inches from their flared British nostrils. Ever since…
Having already taken on fashion, film and TV, hip-hop has begun crossing over to the stage.
Broadway grosses made a modest recovery from the usual Fourth of July holiday slump during Week 7 (July 7-13). The B.O. total rose by 3.3% to $13,268,805. Attendance, however, actually dipped by 1.2%…
Dance Theater of Harlem could have a breakout hit with this splashy new ballet inspired by the 1946 musical with a heavenly Harold Arlen-Johnny Mercer score. The ballet, making its world premiere at…
Michael Fleming -- Dish
After postponing its Broadway arrival in early June, "Little Shop of Horrors" will begin previews at the Virginia Theater on Aug. 29, only two weeks later than the originally planned date of Aug. 14.
The long-touring stage adaptation of the movie "Fame" is finally making it to Gotham. The production, redubbed "Fame on 42nd Street," will begin performances Oct. 7 at Off Broadway's Little Shubert…
Leave it to a London cabbie ---- even onstage -- to have the last word, in this case a broadside spoken down the telephone about the pitfalls of family that Mick Mahoney's Royal Court play "Food…
There is plenty of talented flesh and blood onstage, but this ponderous stage transcription of Michael Cunningham's 1995 novel is nevertheless dry as a bone. Coming in at an unconscionable 3½ hours…