The sleepy summer on Broadway -- with just two openings in nearly four months -- soon will morph into a bustling fall, beginning with a chockfull October. Heading into the thick of the 2003-04…
Broadway grosses rose by 4.1% during Week 11 (Aug. 4-10), to a total of $14,453,660. Attendance of 214,832 was up by a slightly smaller 3.6%.
Noises Off: Producers Roger Berlind and Daryl Roth last collaborated on Broadway with "Proof," which went on to take the Pulitzer Prize. Their next Broadway venture together has already won the award.
"Tap Dogs" is back in Britain for what seems an annual visit (in fact, the Australian-spawned stompers have had four London runs since 1995), this time with a difference: The fairer sex is getting…
Road grosses were down during Week 11 (Aug. 4-10). B.O. for the 14 shows reporting dipped by 3.8% to $13,360,937.
Stephen Sondheim fans can only hope and pray. The Roundabout is planning a September reading of the composer-lyricist's troubled baby "Merrily We Roll Along."
An English theatrical warhorse gets an Asian makeover courtesy of the Young Vic revival of Harold Brighouse's "Hobson's Choice." And while it might seem audacious to transpose to modern-day…
One good musical deserves another. "Hairspray" scribes Mark O'Donnell and Thomas Meehan are on board to write the book for John Waters' new stage tuner, "Cry-Baby," based on his 1990 film comedy…
Princeton landmarks and the small nearby community of West Windsor serve as the locale for an often-boisterous update of William Shakespeare's "The Merry Wives of Windsor." The Bard's frothy spree…
Celebrating its 25th season, the Theater for a New Audience will present three well-known directors at the helm of three stage rarities.
The medieval passion plays (12th-14th centuries) were designed by the clergy to instill a sense of the wonder and awe within an illiterate populace, basing works on tales from the Old and New…