Broadway grosses held steady during Week 25 (Nov. 10-16), slipping by a minuscule 0.7% from the heady figure of the prior frame. Total B.O. was $16,067,023 for the 36 shows on the boards.
What is the West End to do? That's the question making the rounds at the moment in a London commercial legit climate that is facing its usual woes. Industry insiders, ever optimistic, prefer to look…
Patricia Clarkson, Sally Field and Dana Ivey will play key roles in the Kennedy Center's upcoming festival of plays by Tennessee Williams.
Terrence McNally is at work on a new one-woman show for Chita Rivera. And it's all about Chita. "Instead of writing an autobiography, she should perform it," said producer Marty Bell.
Reprieve from a bruising onslaught of disappointing productions has arrived at last with Jack O'Brien's lucid, endlessly captivating staging of "Henry IV," which crackles across the Vivian Beaumont…
Ireland's national theater, the Abbey, announced details this week for the yearlong celebration in 2004 of the theater's 100th anniversary. The program of productions, readings, talks and ancillary…
From the days of the Kembles and down the ages, actors must have their party pieces. And here comes Judith Ivey with hers, a dramatic portrait gallery of "passionate women on the brink of…
Alec Baldwin and Anne Heche get some company in "Twentieth Century." The Roundabout has announced dates and additional cast for the Walter Bobbie-helmed revival.
With a rare crop of strong reviews in its pocket, Amy Freed's comedy "The Beard of Avon" is a candidate to move from the not-for-profit New York Theater Workshop to a commercial run.
Who's going to Broadway? The report is out from last season, and according to the League of American Theaters & Producers, the domestic tourist has rebounded but his international counterpart…