Broadway grosses ascended during Week 43 (March 18-24), rising by 6.1% to $14,237,339 for the 32 shows on the boards. Attendance of 242,873 was up by an equivalent 5.8%.
Road grosses took a tumble during Week 43 (March 18-24), dropping by 13.7% to $12,836,421.
The Truman Capote bio-play "Tru" is returning to the Gotham stage.
Robert De Niro is turning theater producer in London -- but don't expect the two-time Oscar-winner to have much to say on that front.
Gotham small arts orgs will be the recipient of Broadway's $1 million giveback to the city.
The New York Times announced last week that its TimesTalks symposium with the creative team of "Sweet Smell of Success" has been cancelled. Times reporter Jesse McKinley was to have moderated the…
At the opening of Stephen Wadsworth's new adaptation of Moliere's "Don Juan," premiering at the Seattle Repertory Theater, the company parades on stage to a fanfare and takes elaborate bows. This…
A popular entertainer, held hostage in her apartment by an intruder, fears for her life. But it turns out the interloper isn't there to rob or assault her, but to talk her ear off about racial…
A lightly amusing, semi-burlesque costumier, Lynn Nottage's new "Las Meninas" doesn't penetrate deeply into the hidden chapters of Euro-African colonization, but it does provide an entertaining two…
Toronto's Daniel Brooks may be riding high as a director, having been awarded the inaugural Siminovich Prize for Theater with its hefty C$100,000 ($63,000) bounty, but he's unlikely to earn similar…
When history is silent, a playwright can fill in the blanks by moving into the realm of the probable and the possible. The doorway for playwright Maureen Hunter (author of the successful "Transit of…