As the Royal Shakespeare Co. welcomes both a new year and a new artistic director, the message from the top is clear: One of the world's leading subsidized theater companies must adapt -- or die.
Road grosses climbed 6.1% in Week 28 (Dec. 2-8), with 17 shows reporting.
Ebenezer Scrooge has been recast as an embittered woman named Evelyn and moved to a New York City sweatshop in this delightfully irreverent take on the Dickens classic by Arlington, Va.'s Signature…
What exactly is "La Boheme"? It's the best-reviewed show of the December onslaught, certainly. "Boheme" has grabbed the best notices for a musical revival since "Kiss Me, Kate" opened in fall 1999.
How would Broadway weather a possible transit strike next week? If past strikes are any indication, the hit shows will get bigger while everything else takes a hit. The last transit strike in Gotham…
The critics drove a stake through its heart, but Broadway's "Dance of the Vampires" is not going quietly to the grave.
Are liberals ready to stage a comeback? Michael Moore is ready to bring his act to Gotham this March.
"Morning's at Seven" is a sturdy, old-fashioned play with a nice moral tone, a few laughs and a fine cast playing characters comfortable with their senior-citizen status. Its appeal is more…
The noisy shoes with the metallic heels make only a few brief appearances, but nevertheless there's a whole lot of tap-dancing going on at the Barrymore Theater, home to "Imaginary Friends," Nora…
With her resume, you'd think that Priscilla Lopez could get cast in a legit show without having to knock herself out with a custom-made audition piece. And not a very effective piece at that, given…