Road grosses dipped during Week 14 (Aug. 26-Sept. 1), as the 14 shows reported grosses totaling $9,775,954, a 13.8% drop from the previous week.
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Twyla Tharp didn't get many takers to re-review her Broadway-bound "Movin' Out" in Chicago. Set to the songs of Billy Joel, the show opened in late July at the Shubert Theater, where it received…
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Josh Hamilton and Ione Skye headline "Evolution" at the Bleecker Street Theater. Presented by Urban Empire, Jonathan Marc Sherman's new play lets its hero make the not-so-difficult choice between…
Ray Roderick may love a piano, but his heart truly belongs to Irving Berlin. Broderick directed and choreographed this tribute revue and co-wrote it with Michael Berkeley. His affection for Berlin's…
The events of last Sept. 11 are hardly grist for comedy, but Craig Wright has scripted a poignant, thought-provoking and, yes, essentially amusing piece on the subject that is making its premiere at…
Jane Martin, the Pulitzer-nominated author of some dozen-odd plays, almost certainly does not exist. Anonymity may, in fact, be Martin's greatest asset as a playwright: In of-the-moment works such as…
Garry Marshall will be adding yet another feather into his multioccupational cap -- that of opera director. The producer, director, actor and writer will helm an opera or operetta in the 2004-05…
There is something faintly ridiculous about "The Girl of the Golden West": At the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, where Giacomo Puccini's 1910 opera opened the Los Angeles Opera's 17th season, the chorus'…
Fans of baseball or beefcake -- or fans of baseball and beefcake -- will find plenty to savor at "Take Me Out," Richard Greenberg's new play about a cocky Major League star who causes a major ruckus…
To be or not to be professional, that is the question at the 18th Vancouver Fringe Festival, which opened over the weekend amid growing criticism that the genre is losing its edge.