Signature Theater a.d. Eric Schaeffer opens his new season with a highly campy version of 1930s comedy "Twentieth Century," adapted by D.C.'s own Ken Ludwig. A separate staging of Ludwig's adaptation…
Classic Stage Company kicks off its season Oct. 1 with the inaugural First Look Festival.
Broadway greeted the Labor Day weekend with a big yawn. Twenty-three shows brought in $13,800,381, up only $129,947 or 0.95% over the previous non-holiday session. Box office was a little more robust…
"Jailhouse Rock," the 1957 Elvis Presley film tuner, is set to roll its way to the West End in the spring as the latest in a long line of movies to materialize onstage.
As New York's seventh annual Fringe Festival went west this year, spreading from the East to the West Village, record audiences followed, weathering sweltering theaters and even a blackout in search…
Broadway grosses rebounded during Week 13 (Aug. 18-24), as all shows returned to a full sked following the blackout-impaired week. Total B.O. rose by 12.7% to $13,670,434. Attendance of 199,682 was…
Road grosses dipped during Week 13 (Aug. 18-24), sliding by 4.3% to $12,919,169.
Artistic director Neil Pepe will helm the American premiere of Jez Butterworth's "The Night Heron" (Sept. 17-Nov. 9) as the opening production of the Atlantic Theater Co.'s new season.
Jason Zinoman takes over the New York Times' weekly theater column from Jesse McKinley this week. McKinley becomes a feature writer for the paper.
The cozy but complicated relationship between New York's not-for-profit theaters and the city's commercial producers hit a notable speed bump recently, with the sudden yanking of the long-aborning…
Noises Off: It might not be unusual for a musical to be adapted from a comic book. But the new musical "!Hero" is itself the inspiration for a comic book and a graphic novel.