Broadway grossed dipped during Week 49 (April 29-May 5), slipping by 5.2% to $13,646,171. Attendance of 228,887 was off by a similar 5.9%. Grosses continue to lag behind last season's numbers.
Road shows grossed $13,437,371 during Week 49 (April 29-May 5), a rise of 10% from the previous week.
With no sure bets in the top two races -- best musical and best play -- the Tony competition is, in contrast to last year, a real horse race.
Geffen Theater producing director Gilbert Cates will direct the first play of the playhouse's five-work 2002-03 season, David Eldridge's "Under the Blue Sky." Running Sept. 10-Oct. 20, "Sky" tells…
Those in search of a taste of the West End the way it used to be _ before, for instance, a whiff of the contemporary and/or the multicultural arrived by way of "This Is Our Youth" and "The…
Nostalgia isn't what it used to be, and neither is "Daisy Pulls It Off," the West End long-runner from the 1980s that has returned to Shaftesbury Avenue as part of the ongoing fetish for things…
One of the most chronicled of artists is put through the biographical mill once more in Nicholas Wright's decidedly interior Royal National Theater play, which doesn't demonstrate much of a lust for…
The glories of Julie Taymor's "The Lion King" have been beautifully reflected in the new national tour that kicked off in Denver. Detail by detail, the new staging strives and successfully matches…