Broadway grosses dipped during Week 33 (Jan. 6-12) as the winter doldrums, and chilly weather, set in. With two fewer shows on the boards, grosses declined by 15.5% to $14,837,428, which was still…
Andrew Lloyd Webber has a new stage musical in the works, a fresh version of a decades-old one ready to hit the West End in April, and two films in varying degrees of preparedness.
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Road grosses slipped by 4.7% to $14,054,770 during Week 33 (Jan. 6-12).
The pool party is over. The Broadway production of "Metamorphoses" will close Feb. 16 to make way for "Life X 3," a new play by Yazmina Reza, starring Helen Hunt and John Turturro.
Up-and-coming playwright Javon Johnson was introduced to D.C. audiences last season with the taut drama "Hambone" at the Studio Theater. A protege of August Wilson, he similarly reaches for themes…
Huntington Theater Co. artistic director Nicholas Martin says he was "utterly beguiled" by a free, open-air, non-Equity version of this fairy tale at the Williamstown Theater Festival in 1998. But…
Playwright A.R. Gurney has scripted three short legiters that are little more than clever writing exercises posing as one-act plays. Kudos to helmer Craig Carlisle and a facile 7-member ensemble for…
Roger Bart, the Tony-winning actor who has just taken the role of Leo Bloom in Broadway's "The Producers," will make his feature starring debut in "The Stepford Wives," the Frank Oz-directed remake…
There's no new music, and no book to speak of, but "Movin' Out" is indeed a new musical. And while "La Boheme" has never before been produced on Broadway, Baz Luhrmann's staging will nevertheless be…