In the history of theater, there have been some great titles -- "The Tempest," "A Doll's House," "Death of a Salesman" -- but few names have summed up the content of a show as succinctly as "Puppetry…
Limited runs, an air of occasion and the chance to perform the works of the preeminent Broadway composer-lyricist of the past few decades insured this summer's Sondheim Celebration at Washington…
Arthur Miller's latest play, "Resurrection Blues," is set in a banana republic teetering on the brink of anarchy, in which greed has been allowed to fester and infect the body politic. It's clear…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
The Broadway revival of "Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune" looks ready to dislodge "The Graduate" as the highest-grossing play on Broadway.
Following its successful Broadway run in the mid-1990s, George C. Wolfe's "Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk" morphed into a solid touring vehicle that lasted for two seasons on the road. But…
Matt Wolf: Strands
Broadway's health continued to improve during Week 11 (Aug. 5-12), as grosses climbed by 7.5% to $14,762,238. Attendance of 244,977 was up by a similar 7.6%.
Road grosses inched upward during Week 11 (Aug. 5-12), rising by 2.4% to $10,673,241.
In a way he is very un-Dutch. Born in the eastern part of Amsterdam, Joop van den Ende, chairman, CEO and sole owner of Stage Holding and co-founder of global production company Endemol…
"Varekai," the 13th production from Quebec-based Cirque du Soleil, faces a problem born of the company's massive success. In recent years, the company's touring shows have had a hard time matching…
OK, so the new musical "Hairspray" doesn't offer a cure for cancer, or the nose-diving Dow for that matter, but if the infectious jubilation currently spritzing from the stage of the Neil Simon…