"The Flying Dutchman" steams into port burdened with a shipload of curses. One, of course, is the Satanic curse borne by the hapless Dutchman himself: to sail the seas until redeemed by an honest…
Road grosses dipped slightly during Week 42 (March 10-16), falling 2.6% to $13,236,394.
Broadway is bracing for economic fallout from the war. Twelve years ago, the Persian Gulf War brought a 20% drop at the box office during the first week of the conflict. The second session saw an…
Broadway grosses ballooned during Week 42 (March 10-16), as the musicals returned to full performance skeds after the four-day musicians' strike.
"Soul of a Whore" is the last and most accomplished entry in novelist turned playwright Denis Johnson's trilogy of dramas penned for Campo Santo. Rambling, digressive tenor of prior two is somewhat…
David Edgar's "Continental Divide," a two-play cycle that displays a panoramic view of U.S. politics by dissecting the two sides of a gubernatorial campaign, provides nearly six hours' worth of…
Roundabout plans to bring Deaf West's revival of the tuner "Big River" to Broadway. The unique production recently completed an extended run at L.A.'s Mark Taper Forum.
Too much narrative ambition can be a bad thing. Still, just a little would have been a good thing for "8 Bob Off," Gary Leon Hill's new play. This slight seriocomedy about three characters nearing…