"X2" topliner Hugh Jackman, who comes to Broadway this fall in new musical "The Boy From Oz," will host the 2003 Tony Awards June 8.
The Village Voice's annual Obie Awards for achievement in Off and Off Off Broadway theater were given out Monday night at a ceremony at Webster Hall.
The Tony nominations helped to jolt Broadway out of its spring stupor. For the first time in weeks, the overall tally set a record. Thirty-two shows brought in $15,741,267, an increase of $1,807,892…
"Hairspray" was spritzed all over the Drama Desk Awards on Sunday, as the musical took home 10 trophies.
The tufts of grass that adorn Tim Hatley's spectacular set for "Humble Boy" look so inviting, you're tempted to run onstage, flop down and drink in that unmistakable aroma of spring. Charlotte Jones'…
Matt Wolf: Strands
A crop of new plays from some of South Africa's leading playwrights is set to premier at the 2003 National Festival of the Arts. The major arts event in the country is held annually in the university…
"The Paris Letter," a new play by Jon Robin Baitz, headlines the 2003-04 season of Boston's nonprofit Huntington Theater Co. Tentative dates for the new play are Oct. 31-Nov. 30.
Broadway grosses held steady during Week 50 (May 5-11), coming in just a few thousand dollars shy of last week's figure. The B.O. total was $13,933,375, with attendance of 215,809 off a bit, by 4%.
The road grosses rose during Week 50 (May 5-11). Total of $13,642,431 for the 18 show reporting represented a rise of 15.9%
In most years, the big Tony contenders open in the spring, in the hope that big wins at the awards will drive audiences into the theater and get the all-important word of mouth bubbling in time for…