Whatever happened to the "Sesame Street" generation? They're in their 30s now, and three of them have written a musical inspired by the famed TV show they watched as toddlers.
Actors' Equity won a key victory alongside its latest League of Regional Theaters (LORT) contract: It obtained significant raises for actors hired for mainstage productions at Gotham's three biggest…
Broadway grosses wilted in the heat during Week 6 (July 1-7), as holiday diversions took precedence over theatergoing. B.O. dropped by a hefty 12.7% to $11,946,658 for the week. Attendance was down…
The road roster slimmed down to a mere nine shows during Week 6 (July 1-7), as more than half a dozen shows went on holiday layoff.
The barricades are down -- in every sense of the word. Cameron Mackintosh brought "Les Miserables" to this city's Grand Theater June 22 for a 17-performance run, marking the first time a full…
Plays don't come much more deeply and thoroughly American than Richard Greenberg's punningly titled "Take Me Out," which is, astonishingly, having its world preem at London's Donmar Warehouse prior…
Dynamically packaged and with plenty of content inside, "Russell Simmons' Def Poetry Jam" is the hip-hop impresario's transplant of his acclaimed HBO performance-poet anthology "Def Poetry" to the…
Essentially just a serviceable summer revival of "Sugar" juiced up with some additional items from the Jule Styne catalog (notably "I Fall in Love Too Easily"), "Some Like It Hot" relies a great deal…
"Puppetry of the Penis," the hit from Off Broadway and the West End, will make its West Coast debut at the Coronet Theater in Los Angeles on Aug. 13.
Citing problems plaguing many Broadway shows this summer -- an evaporating advance and sluggish ticket sales -- "The Full Monty" has announced final markdowns, as it were.
The nominating committee for the 2002-2003 Tony Awards has been announced.