The invalid continues to feel pretty fabulous. Broadway's B.O. rush of recent weeks slowed considerably but still managed to set a record for this time frame.
Actor Patrick Page hasn't taken the easy route to "Swansong," his first full-length play. Instead, he's hurled himself into the lives of Shakespeare and Ben Jonson, to tell "a tale of what could have…
Is "Hairspray" the next "Producers"? Many of Gotham's daily legit critics couldn't resist treating the legit twosome as tuner twins in their Friday reviews of "Hairspray." The musical based on the…
A sparkling Rodgers & Hart score is nearly stripped of all its glitter in this unfortunate Roundabout Theater Co. revival of the 1938 musical based on Shakespeare's "Comedy of Errors." Scott Ellis'…
In the history of theater, there have been some great titles -- "The Tempest," "A Doll's House," "Death of a Salesman" -- but few names have summed up the content of a show as succinctly as "Puppetry…
Limited runs, an air of occasion and the chance to perform the works of the preeminent Broadway composer-lyricist of the past few decades insured this summer's Sondheim Celebration at Washington…
Arthur Miller's latest play, "Resurrection Blues," is set in a banana republic teetering on the brink of anarchy, in which greed has been allowed to fester and infect the body politic. It's clear…
The Broadway revival of "Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune" looks ready to dislodge "The Graduate" as the highest-grossing play on Broadway.
Following its successful Broadway run in the mid-1990s, George C. Wolfe's "Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk" morphed into a solid touring vehicle that lasted for two seasons on the road. But…
Matt Wolf: Strands
Broadway's health continued to improve during Week 11 (Aug. 5-12), as grosses climbed by 7.5% to $14,762,238. Attendance of 244,977 was up by a similar 7.6%.