Jane Krakowski has replaced Marisa Tomei in the current workshop of "Sweet Charity."
Rue McClanahan has withdrawn from "Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks."
If Oscar Wilde could survive public humiliation and "Reading Gaol," he can survive this asinine production of his 1895 comic masterpiece. Aquila founding directors Peter Meineck and Robert Richmond…
Mary Zimmerman is good, but she's no Leonardo, and nothing in "The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci," a grab-bag of visual effects, elicits the sense of awe that a single drawing by the Renaissance…
Road grosses dipped significantly during Week 4 (June 16-22), with receipts dropping 9.5%.
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After five months, the jury is still out on "Take Me Out" and whether it will make a profit. There are signs that it's finally on its way to becoming a crossover hit, but the play's slow start is…
Cameron Mackintosh, who has made a singular career out of producing shows, assumed a new mantle June 25 as the instigator of what should be the most singular physical makeover the West End has seen…
Broadway grosses jumped up just a wink in Week 4 (June 16-22), maintaining its total from the previous week, which had four more shows reporting. With rain soaking New York, all 24 shows on the board…
If ever an actor deserved an A for effort, it's Jeremy Davidson in the Berkshire Theater Festival's technically brilliant production of Norman Allen's one-man play/monologue "Nijinsky's Last Dance,"…
If rap is supposed to be the rhythm of life, then Will Power is dancing on the edge. The question is, who wants to go out there with him? Although the show is smartly constructed and given a polished…