The Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum offers a sojourn through Thornton Wilder's personal view of the history of mankind as distilled through the lives of survivor Mr. Antrobus and his family. Helmer…
Tom Donaghy's dialogue in "Eden Lane" has a nervous, teasing sound. The problem with his play is the slender content beneath the surface cleverness. Des McAnuff and a proficient cast provide moments…
Black Thursday forced Broadway to put in a reduced sked of seven performances last week.
John Rando, who won a Tony for his direction of the Broadway musical "Urinetown," has been tapped to make his directorial debut with "Truth & Art" for Intermedia Films and Outlaw Pictures.
By Friday night, 19 hours after a power snafu in the Midwest inadvertently pulled the plug on a large swathe of the Northeast, most of Gotham's showbiz venues were relit. But they were still nursing…
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."