The road grosses were on an even keel during Week 22 (Oct. 20-26). Total B.O. dipped by just 0.2% to $15,165,676.
James Houghton, artistic director of the O'Neill Playwrights Conference, has ankled after a conflict with the board over the reorganization of the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, the conference's…
The Tony Awards administration committee has announced seven new members of the org's nominating committee. They join a rotating group of 26 theater professionals, each of whom serves for three years.
It's not easy being green. Or blonde, for that matter. Those are just two of the many lessons to be learned from this big, murky new Broadway musical. But maybe the most salient pointer is that it…
The big news on West 43rd Street isn't that the Henry Miller Theater will be torn down, that the Durst organization is putting up a 57-story skyscraper in its place or even that "Urinetown" will have…
Several hundred thesps, stage managers and supporters rallied Wednesday at Duffy Square in the Broadway district of Gotham to protest the proliferation of non-Equity touring shows.
A desiccated piece of Florida dinner-theater driftwood appears to have beached itself at the Belasco. Onrushing tide of critical opprobrium should see it off again shortly. Six weeks would be a…
Inaugural presentation of Redcat inside Walt Disney Concert Hall unleashes a non-stop assault on the senses, combining mind-bending visuals, thunderous music, racing bodies and strobe lights. Enacted…
Daniel Sunjata will segue from Broadway to the tube in January.
Ford's Theater opens its season with a sensitive, profoundly deliberate production of John Steinbeck's sweeping Dust Bowl drama. David Cromer's staging occasionally teeters on the tedious, but it's…
Yale Rep's elaborate production of "The Black Dahlia," receiving its U.S. premiere in New Haven, only brushes the surface of Ellroy's demon-filled world. Attempting to be the theatrical equivalent of…