Road grosses dropped significantly in Week 27 (Nov. 25-Dec. 1), dropping 25.8% for a total of $11,470,198 with 15 shows reporting.
This new staging of "Man of La Mancha", with Jonathan Kent in charge, might earn a decent run fueled by the burnished baritone of its appealing star, Brian Stokes Mitchell, but it doesn't make a…
A new drama by Rhode Island's own Paula Vogel, "The Long Christmas Ride Home," will preem at Providence, R.I.'s Trinity Repertory Co. as the final production of its 2002-03 season. Trinity artistic…
Warren Leight offered audiences a behind-the-scenes look at the less than glamorous life of a jazz musician and his family in his autobiographical Tony winner "Side Man." Leight again draws on…
Thanks to a young, vocally proficient cast, a terrific Engineer and a truly striking new design concept from Adrian Vaux, Big League's bus-and-truck version of "Miss Saigon" marks a good uptick in…
He jogs, she doesn't. That's the polite way of encapsulating "What the Night Is For," the excruciating new play from American dramatist Michael Weller that has inexplicably landed in the West End for…
The ladies are lovely. The hats are to die for. The gospel music gets in your bones. So what the heck happened to the book?
The death-by-boxing of Welsh champion Johnny Owen was the inspiration for playwright Sunil Thomas Kuruvilla's "Fighting Words," a more complete piece of playwriting than his "Rice Boy," produced by…
"Into the Woods" never got out of the B.O. forest. After several money-losing weeks, the Stephen Sondheim revival will close Dec. 29 at the Broadhurst Theater.
"Woyzeck" is a visual and aural wonder that lacks a clear narrative. Georg Buchner's 19th century novel and play concern a soldier forced to support his wife and child by subjecting himself to…