Thea Gill ("Queer as Folk") and Nicholas Campbell ("Da Vinci's Inquest") will star in David Auburn's Pullitzer Prize-winning play "Proof" at the Belfry Theater in Victoria, B.C., April 8-May 4.
Broadway did exactly what it was supposed to do during the Christmas session: The 33 shows set an all-time record of $21,350,633. Overall receipts were up 32.32% -- or $5,215,294 -- from the previous…
In the corporate world, the ax falls right before Xmas. In the theater, it's often right after the holidays. Rather than weather the winter, "Tommy Tune: White Tie and Tails" and "Hollywood Arms" are…
"Short Eyes" will return to Off Broadway 30 years after its world premiere there. Miguel Pinero's groundbreaking prison drama, a forerunner of HBO's "Oz" series, was originally presented at the…
"Seussical the Musical" is not so much an adaptation as a massive overview of the Dr. Seuss classics, centering on two: "Horton Hears a Who" and "Horton Hatches the Egg," and dropping in characters…
Actors Equity has indicated it will join the National Coalition for Health Care, following in the footsteps of the Screen Actors Guild, AFTRA, the Directors Guild and IATSE.
Minor upticks and major plummets marked the pre-Christmas session. Thirty-three shows brought in $16,135,339, down $1,017,967 or 5.93% from the previous session.
As Gotham's garment biz shrinks, small theaters and related legit orgs continue to move into the fashion district south of 42nd Street on the West Side.
Principal casting is complete for the Sam Mendes-helmed production of "Gypsy," set to open May 1 on Broadway.
Citing the long-term impact of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Actors Equity reported that earnings for members declined 2.7% in the 2001-02 season to $249.2 million.