Robert Hofler: Noises Off
Road grosses dipped to $15,768,594 during Week 41 (March 4-10), a dropoff of 6.5% from the prior frame.
Broadway wins one, loses one. Back in the dark ages of November 2001, two out-of-the-box proposals surfaced to help guarantee that Broadway would still be alive when spring sprung.
Arthur Miller's play "Resurrection Blues" will have its world premiere at Minneapolis' Guthrie Theater this summer, with David Esbjornson directing. Opening night is set for Aug. 9.
Alexander Thomas' autobiographical one-man show is many things: a memory play about a fractured family, a tribute to a dead brother, an apologia for a brutal father, a search for identity and a cry…
The stars -- the cosmic kind as well as the Hollywood variety --are in magical alignment for this production of "Talking Heads," Alan Bennett's exquisite series of monologues originally written for…
More shows, more theatergoers, more B.O.
After a raft of amusing but slight plays such as "Inspecting Carol" and, more recently, "Anton in Show Business," it may be time for a moratorium on nonprofit theaters producing plays spoofing the…
Those expecting a frisson from the family dynamics of London's latest "Lady Windermere's Fan" are in for a disappointment, though no production that puts Vanessa Redgrave centerstage is ever likely…
Broadway's latest trip to the movies presents one of its toughest translation assignments: How to turn a cinematic martini with a strychnine twist into a palatable stage entertainment to satisfy the…