GLAAD, the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, announced the nominees of its 15th annual Media Awards today, a list that includes Bravo's "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" and HBO's "Angels in…
CAA continues to expand its legit department, with the Gotham office announcing several new signings, including playwrights Regina Taylor and Brooke Berman.
"Me and My Girl," one of the longest-running Brit tuners of the 1980s, will receive a major West End revival next spring.
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Broadway feasted on tourists during the Thanksgiving weekend frame, as the B.O. for Week 27 (Nov. 24-30) leaped by a full 25% to $18,921,763. Attendance of 260,627 climbed by a more modest 11.7%.
Moving in the opposite direction from Broadway, the road grosses receded during the Thanksgiving weekend frame, with the total for Week 27 (Nov. 24-30) dipping by 7.3% to $14,209,841.
"Over the Moon" never quite reaches the heights of giddy humor it seems to promise. It's amusing, yes, but here's the brutal truth about these comedies: There's simply no reason for them to exist…
Tony Kushner's first tuner, "Caroline, or Change," which opened Nov. 30 at the Public Theater, heralds a recent trend in musical theater. Kushner is one of a wave of established playwrights who…
An agnostic version of a Medieval morality drama, the brooding new play "The Man From Nebraska" purports to be a drama about a middle-aged Nebraska insurance agent's sudden loss of his lifelong…
The O'Neill Theater Center in Waterford, Conn., has named one of its founding members to be its first resident artistic director.
An intriguing seriocomedy about the stultifying sexual morality and gender roles in place around the time Alfred Kinsey released his academic studies, "The Sex Habits of American Woman" offers uneven…
The Shakespeare Theater has unwrapped plans for a new $77 million facility being billed as the centerpiece of this city's first affordable, midsized performing arts center serving theater, music and…