By the time the much-talked-about third-act poker game begins in British scripter Patrick Marber's scathing legiter, it is already established who the winners and losers will be. Marber spends more…
There's no new music, and no book to speak of, but "Movin' Out" is indeed a new musical. And while "La Boheme" has never before been produced on Broadway, Baz Luhrmann's staging will nevertheless be…
Road grosses rose by 7.7% to $15,135,222 during Week 34, with 22 shows reporting.
From Jerry Springer to Chekhov, Mike Leigh to "Mourning Becomes Electra": Nicholas Hytner announced an ambitious and diverse slate of productions in his Jan. 23 press conference as incoming artistic…
Broadway grosses held steady during Week 34 (Jan. 13-19), creeping up by 1.8% to $15,112,404. Attendance was virtually dead-even with the prior frame, rising by just .1% to 236,603.
In Enda Walsh's "Bedbound," an Irishman and his crippled daughter cower under the filthy coverlet of an iron bedstead, so twisted in mind and body they can't get out of bed.
Ever since the debut of his first full-length play, "Zadie's Shoes," Adam Pettle has been the hot name in Toronto. Attention was focused on his second play, "Sunday Father," with everyone wondering…
Director Scott Schwartz has altered the types somewhat in casting the national tour of "Tick, Tick ... Boom!," softening the characters' contours. The choices work for the show and further enhance…