The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has organized the road crew for the touring company of Troika's "Cats" and the crews for syndicated shows "Divorce Court" and "Power of Attorney."
With a somnolent West End struggling to hold an audience this summer, the real action in London shifted toward a stew of global visitors offering as exhilarating a lineup of international theater as…
"King Baabu," the first play by Nigeria's Nobel laureate Wole Soyinka since he fled the country in 1994 during the darkest days of military rule, puts Africa's tyrants, and tyrants in general, on…
Clear Channel Entertainment, the theatrical producing and presenting entity formerly known as SFX, has launched a promotional campaign to unify the various theater-subscription series it presents in…
This summer's acclaimed Off Broadway revival of Craig Lucas' 1984 play "Blue Window" will transfer to a larger theater and reopen on Sept. 13 for a six-week run.
"The Dinner Party" will close Sept. 1 at the Music Box Theater.
Many plays have been eclipsed by subsequent musical adaptations: "Green Grow the Lilacs" was bettered by "Oklahoma!" and "La Dame aux Camelias" by "La Traviata," to name two. Judging by the…
With "The Colossus of Rhodes," a bold theatrical exploration of Victorian England's Cecil Rhodes, Carey Perloff can add playwright to her resume without blushing.
After a long haul that might have tried the patience of even the famously unflappable title character, the Andrew Lloyd Webber/Alan Ayckbourn tuner "By Jeeves" has confirmed a Broadway opening this…
Lackluster ticket sales have driven producers to close two of the newest shows in Las Vegas before their one-year anniversaries and ahead of schedule.
Broadway grosses continued a gradual decline last week. The total take of $13,225,927 repped a small falloff of 1.6% for the week. Attendance slid by a slightly smaller margin, dipping 3.4% to…