Musicals are back in a big way in Germany. A new major player has arrived to challenge primary German legit producer Stella Entertainment, and a slew of productions are packing in crowds around the…
If Austin Pendleton's strong and provocative "Orson's Shadow" gets produced in England, it'll be interesting to see how the Brits react to the depiction of Laurence Olivier, the knight in shining…
The New York Intl. Fringe Festival (FringeNYC) celebrated its closing night Sunday at the Westbeth Theater Center.
Broadway lurched into its seasonal decline as B.O. fell $504,365 -- or 3.8% -- to end with a total tally of $12,474,252 for the week. However, a year ago, those late August figures came in just under…
Developers have filed plans to remodel Century City's ABC Entertainment Center into a 15-story mixed-use high-rise in a pricey makeover of the landmark property that will see the shuttering of the…
Meryl Streep will not be making her grand return to the Broadway stage this fall as anticipated. Carol Fineman, a spokeswoman for the Public Theater, announced that the company's Central Park…
In a testament to the heat Broadway is generating this year, the 1,500 Tony Awards tix that were offered to the general public sold out in record time.
John Leguizamo returns to Broadway in his new one-man show, "Sexaholix." Performances begin Oct. 9 at the Royale Theater. Director is Peter Askin, with Robin Tate producing.
Richard Easton and Faith Prince will join Patti LuPone and Peter Gal-lagher in the upcoming Broadway revival of "Noises Off" by Michael Frayn.
In the past 12 months, the once-beleaguered National Theater of the Deaf has achieved a complete turnaround.
Peta Murray's "Salt" is literally a kitchen-sink drama, perfectly targeted to please conservative, mostly female, subscriber auds. In the neat two-and-a-half hander, an aging mother and her…