Glimmerglass and the New York City Opera have a hit on their hands with this radiant production of Poulenc's 1957 "Dialogues of the Carmelites." It more than atones for the NYCO's unfortunate 1966…
More product makes for more bucks. Due to an unseasonal plethora of shows (31, count 'em, 31!), Broadway set a record of $13,826,055 for the last week of July, which was up $523,595, or 3.95%, from…
For the first time in its 25 years, Shakespeare & Co. has staged "Henry V," which joins "Macbeth" in the Founders' Theater through Sept. 1. It isn't as bad as the "Macbeth"; how could it be? But it's…
Playwright Joshua Rebell has a clever voice. His "Gatsby in Hollywood" spotlights such legendary wits as Dorothy Parker and Ogden Nash and gives them hilarious lines. Rebell's eye for detail makes…
"Michael Flatley's Lord of the Dance," the long-running production show that proved a top tourist draw during its four-year run at New York New York, kicked up its heels for the last time Sunday.
The Circle X Theater Co. has once again leaped into the murky waters of historical fact to peruse the creation of cinema. The team of Jillian Armenante and Alice Dodd script and guide the large…
Tony Jerris has penned a campy sendup of such trash-talking daytime talkshow queens as Sally Jessy, Ricki Lake and Jenny Jones, featuring Charlene Tilton ("Dallas") as the ever-opportunistic TV maven…
The New York Intl. Fringe Festival, aka FringeNYC, has a newfound air of confidence that few would have predicted when the event launched six years ago.
Robert Hofler: Noises Off
Broadway numbers continued to tick upward during Week 8 (July 15-21), gaining 7.4% from the previous week. Only eight shows saw a slide in box office biz.