The lass who launched a thousand ships gets to say a few choice words in her defense -- quite a few, really -- in Ellen McLaughlin's impish, inquisitive new riff on the tale of Helen of Troy, the…
Broadway sustained a much less severe B.O. dip than usual in its post-Easter session.
Valerie Harper, Tony Roberts and Michele Lee will give their last Broadway performance in "The Tale of the Allergist's Wife" May 26.
Suzan-Lori Parks' "Topdog/Underdog," which opened on Broadway Sunday, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for drama Monday, on the same day that its nearly unanimous rave reviews hit the papers.
"The King and I" at the half-century mark remains one of the most significant glories of the American musical theater. It's a wise choice as the Paper Mill's entry in the Richard Rodgers centennial…
Move over, Bialystock & Bloom: You're not the only sensational double-act on Broadway anymore. Playing a pair of tight-knit, loose-limbed brothers sparring over their future and their past in a dingy…
When Michael Kahn took over as artistic director of Washington, D.C.'s, Shakespeare Theater 15 years ago, his goals were as grand as the plays that would fill his stage: to create a healthy and…
Broadway grosses continued to ascend during Week 44 (March 25-31), rising by 6.5% to $15,166,060. Attendance of 248,873 was up by a smaller 2.5%.
Road grosses dipped again during Week 44 (March 25-31), sliding by 5.5% to $12,130,790.
Fortunately for Broadway's "Thoroughly Modern Millie," no journalists will be writing about the brilliance and cultural significance of its movie antecedent. Truth be told, the 1967 film starring…