Road grosses jumped by a stellar 18.4% during Week 37 (Feb. 4-10), with the total for the 23 shows reporting hitting $14,585 050.
Broadway grosses rose by a healthy 8.7% during Week 37 (Feb. 4-10), climbing to $10,331,194. Attendance of 171,937 was up by a similar 8.7%.
Robert Hofler: Noises Off
Presidents Day weekend provided its usual luster, with Broadway receipts up $1,197,503 (10.39%) over the previous session.
Forty-four years after its world premiere, Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Flower Drum Song" returns to Broadway for its first major revival in Gotham. The show's opening night is set for Oct. 17 at the…
The spring season's unofficial Edward Albee fest gets off to a promising start with the McCarter Theater's revival of the playwright's sepulchrally chilly play "All Over." McCarter a.d. Emily Mann's…
The tourists are coming. The tourists are coming. And it's about time. Credit the Kennedy Center for helping to revive D.C.'s moribund tourism economy, which has been in the tank since Sept. 11.
"Frasier" star Jane Leeves will take over from Molly Ringwald in the long-running Broadway revival of "Cabaret."
"My Fair Lady" was voted the fairest musical of 2001 at the 26th annual Laurence Olivier Awards on Friday, winning three -- including best musical production -- while a competing revival of "Kiss Me…
Fans craving an audience with a beloved TV star are obviously the target audience for Bea Arthur's solo show at the Booth, and judging by a recent preview, their appetite for affectionate…
There comes a time in any worthwhile production of "King Lear" -- and Jonathan Kent's largely stirring Almeida production is certainly that -- when the sorrowful heart of this mightiest of plays…