Broadway grosses inched up 0.9% to $15,646,119 during Week 44 (March 22-28), with attendance up 1.1% to 240,460.
Bittersweet remembrance is a slender hook on which to dangle a pair of fine actors, and the stage version of Lionel Goldstein's "Halpern & Johnson" can't hold the weight for two hours.
Film is not the only medium that's getting biblical these days. Director William Friedkin is in Tel Aviv finalizing details on a production of Camille Saint-Saens' "Sampson and Delilah," which he's…
"Seduction" is gay drama writ small, a 75-minute quickie as diverting yet forgettable as a sexual liaison with no names exchanged. Which is appropriate enough, since that's pretty much the nature of…
Anglo-Kuwaiti writer-director Sulayman al-Bassam figured if there was "something rotten in the state of Denmark" back in the days when Shakespeare penned "Hamlet," then the logical place to transpose…
On April 8, Stephen Belber's "Match" debuts at the Plymouth Theater. When was the last time that Broadway hosted the world preem of a play by a writer making his Broadway debut? So far, everyone…
Road grosses dipped 1.3% to $13,893,687 during Week 44 (March 22-28). "The Lion King" in Indianapolis topped the list with a hefty $1,234,609 take.
Strands: London gets a new venue -- well, a revamped one, actually -- starting in late May, when the Whitehall Theater, once known for the riotous Brian Rix comedies that inspired the phrase…
The former Burt Reynolds Dinner Theater, once dubbed "the miracle at the truck stop," has reopened as a fashionably muted 550-seat LORT B regional theater. Over the past 25 years, Jupiter has become…
Hartford's Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts is putting on new producing duds by trying "The Overcoat" on for size.