Broadway slipped a bit on its way to the big night. Although the tally for 30 shows declined $1,018,539, or 6.47%, most of the decrease could be attributed to the absence of the recently shuttered…
The Tony press room was rife with news Sunday night. Here is what's happening for 2004-05 and beyond.
After two years of preparations, Danish director Lars von Trier has pulled out of his ambitious stage production of Wagner's "The Ring of the Niebelungs" for the Bayreuth Festival in 2006.
A clan of perky puppets wrestled Broadway's airborne witches to the ground Sunday night, as the small-scale musical "Avenue Q" scored one of the most remarkable upsets in Tony Awards history by…
Best play winner Doug Wright, asked about the possibility of anyone other than Jefferson Mays starring in "I Am My Own Wife," replied: "I was hoping some of the puppets from 'Avenue Q' would be…
A wealthy woman who gave millions anonymously to the arts over the decades has left a windfall bequest of $16 million to the arts in Connecticut. It's believed to be the largest single gift to the…
Scripter-thesp Angela Berliner probes the world of child stardom in what could be likened to Brittany Spears meets "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?" as envisioned by Bertold Brecht. It is all style…
Road grosses increased 2.9% to $13,645,637 during Week 53 (May 24-30) for a final 2003-04 season total of $751,265,435.
Martin Short is coming to Broadway in April. No, he's not reprising his Leo Bloom stint from "The Producers," which recently concluded at Hollywood's Pantages Theater.
"Henry IV," Pirandello's intellectual gavotte, finds a spry playmate in its latest adapter, Tom Stoppard, whose plays often traverse the same art/life, illusion/reality axis that kept the Italian…