Broadway grosses soared 7.1% to $15,509,247 during Week 43 (March 15-21), a record for the frame. Attendance rose 5.7% to 237,777.
Noises Off: You have to love an actor who nabs an Oscar nom and doesn't hire a publicist. At least Alec Baldwin is consistent. He also did no press on the March 25 opening night for "Twentieth…
They're not getting older, they're getting better. On both sides of the Atlantic, the theater world is giving unusual pride of place this season to its senior practitioners -- writers, directors and…
Wayne Cilento goes to L.A. to direct a workshop of the Frankie Lymon story "Why Do Fools Fall in Love." Tina Andrews has adapted her 1998 screenplay.
Ever since David Auburn knocked 'em dead with "Proof," which captured the trifecta of play awards in 2001 (Pulitzer Prize, Tony Award, New York Drama Critics Circle Award) and was scooped up by…
Politicians aren't the only ones who can flip-flop. The Coalition of Broadway Unions and Guilds will hold a Wednesday meeting to possibly reconsider its neutral position on the subject of the…
Christopher Hampton, Don Black and Frank Wildhorn's "Dracula" will be the first musical of the 2004-05 Broadway season. It opens Aug. 5 at the Belasco Theater. Previews begin July 12.
The Royal Shakespeare Co.'s next visit to the Kennedy Center will feature Vanessa Redgrave, who returns to the RSC after 40 years to perform the title role in Euripides' "Hecuba."
Colleagues, students, family and friends filled Broadway's Majestic Theater Thursday to celebrate the life of Uta Hagen, one of the American theater's greatest actresses and most respected acting…
Chug, chug, hiss, hiss. John Lee Beatty's gleaming deco set slides back and forth across the stage of the American Airlines Theater, niftily suggesting a train in motion. But the new Broadway revival…