Just like clockwork, the suspension of daylight-saving time worked its usual mischief on Broadway. Receipts fell a hefty but very standard 11.52%.
Broadway and the West End have been looking at a big spoonful of box office sugar ever since Disney and Cameron Mackintosh began negotiations for a stage version of "Mary Poppins," a potential first…
The back catalog of '80s Britpop phenomenon Madness gets plundered to wearisome effect in "Our House," the overplotted and overlong new musical that is as relentlessly serious, even message-happy, as…
Atmosphere is everything in a musical about small town life, and director Nick DeGruccio captures it throughout this Laguna Playhouse production. From David Edwards' haunting sound effect of a…
Perhaps the oddest aspect of Alfred Uhry's disappointing new play "Edgardo Mine" is that he has chosen to write about a deeply serious 19th century Vatican scandal in a comedic vein, presenting the…
Lanford Wilson paints a watercolor portrait of a small Southern town in "Book of Days," a 1998 play making its Gotham premiere as part of the Signature Theater season dedicated to the playwright…
Al Pacino opens in "Salome" on Nov. 12, just two days after his last perf in "The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui" at Pace U.
Two years ago, Terrence McNally put a sign over his writing desk: No More Musicals. After all, he had been working on the books for no less than three tuners ("The Full Monty," "The Visit," "A Man of…
Broadway grosses held steady in Week 22 (Oct. 21-27), drooping only 4% to $14,436,865.
The opening night of "Movin' Out" may long be remembered for the pre-curtain standing ovation that greeted Billy Joel when he entered the Richard Rodgers auditorium. It easily dwarfed what Elton John…