Broadway grosses were off a smidgen for the last week of the season (May 19-26). Grosses for the 29 shows on the boards were down 3.8% to $15,133,099. Attendance of 238,347 was off by a similar 3.4%.
"I've been calumniated," says Vincent, one of a trio of toughs who seem to be on the run from everything except language itself. Dramatist Che Walker invests those barely existing at life's margins…
The road grosses concluded the season on a soft note, dropping 0.1% to $11,987,499.
In a year comprising any number of unpleasant factors likely to knock audiences off their ticket-buying rhythm -- most prominently the war in Iraq and the economic doldrums at home -- the Broadway…
There were plenty of speed bumps along the way, but Broadway finished the season with a number to celebrate. Box office receipts set a new record, totaling $720,578,750, a rise of a healthy 12% from…
Matt Wolf: Strands
The Guthrie's new joint is a go. On Thursday, the Minnesota Legislature approved $25 million in general obligation capital bonds for the construction of the Guthrie Theater's new $125 million complex.
Mel Brooks' "The Producers" is transformed from the star showcase it was on the Great White Way to a wild 'n' wacky ensemble piece. Jason Alexander isn't about to command the stage the way Nathan…
Toronto-based Harvard philosophy graduate David Egan certainly jumped in the deep end when he decided on an incident involving philosophers Ludwig Wittgenstein, Karl Popper and Bertrand Russell as…
This summer marks the first headlining tour from Blue Man Group, the music/performance art phenomenon.This tour is ostensibly to promote a new rock album, "The Complex" (Lava/Blue Man), which brings…
Fancy a singing, dancing Hobbit? That wish may be granted in 2005, when a musical version of "The Lord of the Rings" lands on the West End. Early plans are for an opening in just under two years of…