The persona that Mandy Patinkin projects in this intimate concert is a Sondheim kinda guy: wry and witty, cool and contained, super-smart and hypercritical, a perfectionist at his craft, very much…
After scoring with "The Producers," Nathan Lane and Susan Stroman are reteaming for a late January reading of Steven Sondheim's "The Frogs" at Lincoln Center Theater.
Broadway had no problem devouring leftover Thanksgiving B.O. records, including second-best week ever at the box office.
Signature Theaters founder Philip Harris has been named ShoWester of the Year for ShoWest 2003. Harris, who is also finance committee vice chairman of the National Assn. of Theater Owners, will be…
Prestidigitator Penn Jillette, best known as the loquacious half of Penn & Teller, is going legit for the first time.
Such is the visceral power of Eugene O'Neill's writing that it burns through this severely cut, ultimately inadequate production of the playwright's massive "Mourning Becomes Electra," directed by…
Broadway ends 2002 with a big bang of seven openings in December. Producers' reactions to the explosion range from "wonderful" to "unfortunate." Can everybody survive into the New Year?
Are West End theater tickets too cheap? That question has been quietly discussed among local producers for months, particularly about the major musicals that drive any legit commercial landscape. Why…
Pessimism is a popular stance in England, a country where the glass is definitely half-empty -- if not, indeed, almost entirely so, as anyone who has ordered a Scotch at intermission on the West End…
Broadway grosses remained roughly even in Week 26 (Nov. 18-24), dropping by just .6% and coming in at $14,073,019. Attendance dropped by just over 1% to 216,884.
Road grosses held steady for the third week in a row in Week 16 (Nov. 18-24th), dropping a mere .4% for a total of $15,396,405, with 20 shows reporting.