Party 10, tuner 3. That "Chorus Line" paraphrase summed up the opening-night reaction to Rosie O'Donnell's production of the new Boy George musical "Taboo."
Douglas C. Evans, former executive director of the Bushnell Performing Arts Center in Hartford during its expansion drive in the '90s, will now head Connecticut's Stamford Center for the Arts. The…
Matt Wolf: Strands
Sick season has arrived early on Broadway. "I'm germified. Wash your hands," Ashley Judd cautioned well-wishers at the opening-night party for "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof."
Road grosses climbed by a healthy 18.8% during Week 24 (Nov. 3-9). Total for the 21 shows reporting was $15,639,516.
Broadway boomed during Week 24 (Nov. 3-9), as grosses jumped 13.7% to $16,175,574. Attendance of 247,865 was up a similar 13%.
The Brooklyn Academy of Music has tapped Roger Chapman as a consultant for theater.
As the Broadway season approaches the halfway point, things look good, on paper: There were a healthy 35 shows on the boards during the 24th week of the season -- seven more than this time last year…
Rosie O'Donnell's bank account remains rosy. The judge's split decision on her Gruner+Jahr lawsuit means Broadway's newest producer will have the cash to bankroll yet another musical on Broadway…
Those curious about the sort of rock back-catalog musical one could write on the back of a napkin should pay a visit to "Tonight's the Night," the latest in a predominantly British genre of rapidly…
Neil Patrick Harris will play Lee Harvey Oswald and the Balladeer in the 2004 production of "Assassins" at Studio 54. The actor had been on board the show's previous Broadway incarnation, which…