The Theater Development Fund announced its annual Astaire Award nominees on Monday.
Seven projects have been announced for the Sundance Institute's annual Theater Laboratory, skedded for this July in Park City, Utah.
No one has made a musical out of "To Have and Have Not" (yet), but that venerable title pretty much sums up the B.O. status of Broadway's current crop of new shows.
Revivals have become Broadway's bread and butter in recent years, and it sometimes seems that most have all the flavor the metaphor implies. But Howard Davies' "Private Lives" is something else…
Announcing its awards for New York's 2001-02 theater season, the Outer Critics Circle gave its top honors to Edward Albee's "The Goat" and Greg Kotis and Mark Hollmann's "Urinetown," naming them best…
Matt Wolf: Strands
Is it possible for twins to be born a year apart? Sans big stars, the $10 million revival of "42nd Street" opened at the tail end of last season to a sour notice from the New York Times' Ben…
Road grosses rose by 7.6% to $13,683,594 during Week 47 (April 15-21), with 22 shows reporting.
Broadway grosses rose by a healthy 10.5% during Week 47 (April 15-21) as the spring roster hit a high of 35 shows on the boards.
It's often said of new plays that you can't necessarily tell what the director did, which explains why so many theater directors, in England especially, have staked their careers on revivals, where…
Growing interest in the works of black novelist Zora Neale Hurston accelerated five years ago with the chance discovery in the Library of Congress of 10 unpublished and unproduced plays from the…