Road grosses for Week 17 (Sept. 15-21) were up by 5.2% to $13,593,396.
London's National Theater has cemented a non-exclusive, first-look deal with New York producers Bill Haber and Bob Boyett.
Broadway grosses rebounded significantly during Week 17 (Sept. 15-21), rising by 13.4% to $11,815,284. Attendance of 177,664 was up by 10.9%.
"Assassins" has finally made it to Broadway. Roundabout's Todd Haimes announced Tuesday night that the long-delayed revival of Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman's controversial musical about…
The witticisms land like so many dead weights in "A Woman of No Importance," though they're preferable to the ludicrously ripe melodrama into which the play descends. Returning to the Theater Royal…
Charm is an oft-abused word, but the real thing can be found in abundance in "Very Good Eddie." The fanciful 88-year-old tuner is back at the Goodspeed Opera House to celebrate the theater's 40th…
Your average cabaret chanteuse probably wouldn't take the risk of including a song written by a 12-year-old in the Vilna ghetto in 1942 in a genteel evening of song at the tony Cafe Carlyle. But then…
A dinner party from hell -- literally! -- disintegrates merrily onstage at "Omnium Gatherum," a new play that serves up a smorgasbord of emotional and intellectual responses to 9/11 in between…
Bob Boyett and Ostar Prods. will partner with London's National Theater to present the company's productions in the U.S. The American team's financial support for the National, worth $450,000 per…
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
Its mixture of sex and cynicism has made Choderlos de Laclos' 1782 novel "Les Liaisons dangereuses" a popular source for adaptation. Giles Havergal's unnecessary contribution, an adaptation…