Benefaction is becoming a theme of this London theater season, between Christopher Shinn's "Where Do We Live," the upcoming revival of Michael Frayn's "Benefactors" and Pierre Marivaux's own…
Connecticut's 707-seat Westport Country Playhouse has announced plans for much-needed renovations and expansions to its physical plant over the next three years along with the expansion of artistic…
Broadway got its traditional post-Tony boost at the box office during Week 2 (June 3-9), as grosses rose by 8% to $14,250,106. Attendance of 232,427 was up by a similar 8.5%.
Road grosses inched up by 3% during Week 2 (June 3-9), rising to $12,927,352. There were 18 shows reporting.
Charles Busch and John Waters are the proverbial ships that pass in the night, even though the two East Coasters are both on the other coast at present.
"Hollywood Arms," the play by Carrie Hamilton and her mother Carol Burnett based on the latter's life story, has firmed up its Broadway plans.
There are sugar highs and there are sugar lows, and this affectionate but ill-advised stage adaptation of the once-groundbreaking TV special mostly induces the latter.
Just for Variety - Army Archerd
Misguidedly inspired by the films of Fellini and Antonioni, director David Warren's take on Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" brings the Long Wharf Theater's 2001-02 season to a sorry close as the…
Judith Daykin will retire as prexy and executive director of City Center at the end of the 2002-2003 season.