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…
Road grosses dipped again during Week 44 (March 25-31), sliding by 5.5% to $12,130,790.
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…
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…
To no one's surprise, Gordon Edelstein, the new artistic director elect of New Haven's Long Wharf Theater, has announced that the production of Eugene O'Neill's "Mourning Becomes Electra" featuring…
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%.
With "The Producers" locked in for a May 6-June 1, 2003, subscription run at the Pantages Theater, Broadway/L.A. will present a Tony winner, familiar pieces and a one-man show during the rest of its…
Lots of Gotham legit talent will be spending the spring out west at TheatreWorks in Palo Alto, Calif. Four new musicals are skedded for TheatreWorks' first Spring Festival of New Works.
Matt Damon makes his London stage debut later this month in "This Is Our Youth," replacing Hayden Christensen in the Kenneth Lonergan play at the Garrick Theater on the West End.
Comedy, maybe even more than beauty, is in the eye, or the ear, of the beholder. By the end of the Classic Stage Co.'s production of Carl Sternheim's 1910 play "The Underpants" -- in a new version by…