Is the age of irony over? In the wake of the deadly terrorist attacks on the U.S., many pundits seem to think so. Even David Letterman, who has made a career of sardonicism, dropped the mocking mask…
Below-the-line Broadway workers, citing the "economic chaos" following last week's terrorist attacks, have accepted a 25% pay cut for four weeks to keep a quintet of shows open.
The Broadway revival of "Kiss Me, Kate" has posted a closing notice for Sunday. It will be the sixth legit show to exit the Great White Way this Sunday.
David Mamet's 1977 work "A Life in the Theatre," a tribute to the life of the repertory actor -- so unglamorous, so lonely -- is a small, intimate play that has been gussied up with name actors and…
Cole Porter's "Let's Face It" may never be ready for a Broadway revival, but in its concert-version form at the newly arrived Lost Musicals series, the 1941 musical is the perfect antidote for a city…
With moods frazzled and the Gotham-based infrastructure in inevitable disarray, this year's road season is getting off to the shakiest of starts.
Broadway has entered uncharted waters. There's nothing to compare it to: Not the Kennedy assassination, not the Persian Gulf War, not even WWII.
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical & Stage Employees has donated $50,000 to the New York State World Trade Center Relief Fund.
Now the reality sets in. After a weekend of patriotic curtain-call speeches and strains of "God Bless America," Gotham's legit producers woke up Monday to chilling B.O. figures.
Lincoln Center Theater has announced that it will postpone the first performances of each of its three fall productions, citing loss of rehearsal time and delays in the construction and delivery of…
"The good news is these theater masterpieces are safe in Vermont!" The bad news, according to Basil Hero, is that Broadway Digital Entertainment's offices at 30 W. Broadway have been destroyed, and…
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