The road grosses dipped during Week 49 (April 28-May 4), dropping by 6.9% to $11,769,201.
Robert Hofler - Noises Off
"A Day in the Death of Joe Egg" opened April 3 at the American Airlines Theater. "Nine" opened April 10 at the Eugene O'Neill Theater.
The Broadway season drew to a close last week, as chatter continued to revolve around the strange fate of "Gypsy," the Sam Mendes-helmed revival of the landmark musical that outran its outrageously…
"Jerry Springer -- The Opera" is still at the overture phase. Buoyed by largely stellar reviews and box office to match, London's most-lauded original musical in years is looking toward the future…
The music that defined Motown during its Detroit years never really fades from earshot. Artisan's doc on the Funk Brothers, "Standing in the Shadows of Motown," started bringing focus late last year…
Lynne Meadow will receive the 2003 Mr. Abbott Award, the lifetime achievement award given by the Stage Directors & Choreographers Foundation, in an Oct. 27 ceremony at Chelsea Pier's Lighthouse.
Off Broadway's Flea Theater will present "Getting Into Heaven," starring and written by Polly Draper, beginning June 11, with opening night July 2.
The downward trajectory of the British journo who comes to New York hoping to bamboozle Manhattan, only to end up beating a drolly embarrassed retreat, makes for a slight but endearing adaptation of…
Michael Greif's take on this engaging but problematic work provides a textbook study on the rewards and pitfalls of novel-to-stage adaptations. The show keeps faith with the emotional issues in the…
"There are times I've finished a play and thought, 'I'd like to sit in a trailer for a while," Helen Hunt said. She and her fellow actors put the creative process under the microscope in "Actors on…