The battle being fought in Gip Hoppe's short, snappy political satire "A New War" simmers somewhere between comedy and topicality. The show at Long Wharf Theater's second stage lacks a sense of…
Forget those financial and itinerancy problems swirling overhead. The Royal Shakespeare Co. is in high artistic form with a delicious pairing of "The Taming of the Shrew" with John Fletcher's "The…
Christmas week gave Broadway its top-grossing session of 2003. Thirty shows brought in $19,133,080, up $3,375,977 or 21.43% over the previous week. Other biggies for this year were Thanksgiving week…
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Isabelle Stevenson, chairman of the American Theater Wing, died at her home in New York on Sunday after a brief illness. She was 90.
British actor Alan Bates, best known for his roles in films "Women in Love," "Zorba the Greek" and "King of Hearts" and onstage in the plays of Simon Gray, John Osborne and David Storey, has died. He…
Two gay guys and two legit giants make for one Broadway revival. Clear Channel is joining with the Nederlanders to bring "La Cage aux Folles" back to Gotham next season. The musical version of the…
Leaders of Actors' Equity have approved proposals for contract negotiations with the University Resident Theater Assn. in what will be a precursor to upcoming talks with Broadway producers.
As a street performer, Mark Lundholm could hold his own among the locos who stand outside the bus terminals of major cities gibbering at commuters. Perf boasts an autobiographical rant about shaking…
Every mountain has its valley. This week and next should be Broadway's peak box office sessions, and records are sure to be broken. Last week was definitely the valley, but not the pits.
Eric Idle proves the brilliance of the Brit troupe's 30-year-old skits and songs has stood the test of time. Assembling an entire two-act routine around the classics, some biographical anecdotes and…
In its world premiere at Alliance Theater Co., "Subject" presents a daughter's struggle to love (or at least like) her mother as Alzheimer's devours the older woman's brain. The story is familiar…