Who knew "Urinetown" was only the beginning? Or, to be more precise, the middle?
Broadway held steady during Week 34 (Jan. 12-18), slipping by just .8% to $13,964,697. Attendance of 202,972 was off by 2.4%.
The road grosses improved a bit during Week 34 (Jan. 12-18), inching up 5.4% to $14,996,922.
More an oral history than a play, "Run Rabbit Run" recounts how the struggling South Sydney football club defended its inclusion in Australia's National Rugby League despite a bid by Rupert Murdoch's…
Just as a deep freeze settled over Gotham, Broadway entered its customary period of winter hibernation. Grosses wilted. Rosie finally threw in the towel on "Taboo." And the calendar of coming…
Celebration of La Merm that canters through the B'way legend's greatest hits while offering Angela Richards a gutsy acting-singing showcase, which the vet performer seizes with gusto. Those who…
With just weeks to go before their final curtain Feb. 8, the cast of "Taboo" have gone on the offensive against their major critic, New York Post theater columnist Michael Riedel.
Wintry wind of despair and futility sweeps over "Rothschild's Fiddle," the world-preem stage adaptation of a Chekhov short story by MTYZ Theater/Moscow New Generation Theater. Stark, stylish…
"American Idol" outcast Frenchie Davis, in the role that made Jennifer Holliday a star, provides the marquee value -- but not the only reason to see this sturdy revival. Hewing close to blueprint of…
The "virtual orchestras" debate has crossed the Pond as renovations displace "Les Miserables" from longtime London home, the Palace Theater, to the smaller Queen's Theater.
Who knew that "Urinetown" was only the beginning? Or to be more precise, the middle? The long-running tuner put in its 965th and final performance on Sunday. But its Tony-winning creatives Mark…
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