Road grosses stepped down 4.8% during Week 21 (Oct. 13-19) to $15,199,253.
The newly calendared Cameron Mackintosh-Disney tuner "Mary Poppins," due in the West End next year, and the musical version of "The Lord of the Rings," in the works for a 2005 bow, are among projects…
A breakthrough dance-theater work from London-based Irish choreographer Michael Keegan-Dolan and Tony winner Garry Hynes' visionary staging of an undervalued Irish classic were the domestic…
There is much fine, true writing in William Nicholson's "The Retreat From Moscow," but guess what? Little of it is contributed by the play's author. This lugubrious divorce drama is laced with…
After 16 years of false starts, shifts in plans and a massive fundraising effort, the Walt Disney Concert Hall opened its doors Thursday with the first of three galas by the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
The Los Angeles Opera is negotiating with the New York City Opera to present its production of Stephen Sondheim's "A Little Night Music" this summer.
In the year since its premiere at the Guthrie, Arthur Miller has tweaked and trimmed his new play for this East Coast opening, but despite fancy set and lighting effects, "Resurrection Blues" still…
If anyone has been looking for a new stage or screen Lolita, that search can come to an end: Playing a 17-year-old child-woman with a come-hither lower lip and an insolence that is both attractive…
Four decades after his stage debut here, Burt Reynolds looks to return to Broadway in Joel Fields' new play "Pitch."
This may not be the first West End incarnation of a Broadway Tony winner to look cheaper and less sumptuous in London than it did in New York, but what David Gallo's metallic sets lack in visual elan…
It sounds like a gimmick: A production of Shakespeare with historical fidelity, including no sets, Elizabethan costumes, period musical instruments and, crucially, men in all the roles. The notion is…