Broadway grosses continued to recover during Week 18 (Sept. 24-30), rising a healthy 14.2% to $9,056,975 from the previous frame, despite a net loss of four shows. All shows saw upswings at the B.O.
A handful of Australian live musical theater producers have stepped up their bids for Asian entertainment dollars and set China firmly within their sights.
If Canyon Ranch is outside your budget, try a trip to Mary Zimmerman's "Metamorphoses" at Second Stage, an experience that's the theatrical equivalent of a visit to a day spa.
The Theater Development Fund's downtown TKTS ticket booth reopens Thursday at the Bowling Green Park Plaza.
Did tourists return to town? Or did New Yorkers take up the slack? Looking at those reportedly endangered long-running musicals, B.O. figures presented a mixed picture.
The gorgeous Prince Music Theater production of "Lady in the Dark," which comes 60 years after the original Broadway run, is far more than deference to a legend -- it's great theater.
So much is so wrong with writer-actor Mark Kassen's misbegotten one-acter that it's almost awe-inspiring that the production manages to cram it all into a mere 85 minutes.
Always … Patsy Cline" purports to be a musical tribute to country singing legend Patsy Cline, but it should really be called "Always … Sally Struthers."
In celebration of the 40th anniversary last week of the Fisher Theater, the Motor City's preeminent roadhouse, Detroit's Nederlander family has created the Sarah Applebaum Nederlander Award for…
Fran Reiter, the exec director of the Joseph Papp Public Theater who was appointed with much fanfare less than a year ago, is ankling her position.
James Bundy has been named dean of the Yale School of Drama and artistic director of the Yale Repertory Theater in New Haven, Conn.