Dodger/Stage Holding, the New York-based theatrical outfit cashing in on such productions as "Urinetown" and "Into the Woods," has plans to build five Off Broadway theaters with a central box office…
And the winner is ... Gwyneth! No, Madonna! No, Gwyneth! No, Madonna! Depending on whom you talk to, or what you read, Gwyneth Paltrow and Madonna each can claim a victory of sorts in their West End…
Broadway ended a downbeat season with a strong finish: Grosses for Week 52 (May 20-26) climbed a bit to $15,295,721, a small 2.3% rise over the prior frame but ahead of Memorial Day week last year.
For evidence that summer festivals provide fertile testing ground for Broadway, look no further than the season just past: "The Man Who Had All the Luck," "Hedda Gabler," "By Jeeves," "One Mo' Time"…
The Museum of Modern Art's film series will soon unspool in East 23rd Street's Gramercy Theater, currently an Off Broadway 499-seater.
The lights of Manhattan ring the rectangular playing space of Julian McGowan's set for "Where Do We Live," a deeply haunting play by Christopher Shinn about a city struggling against darkness. It's…
Lincoln Center Theater has posted a Sept. 1 closing notice for "Contact."
Well -- wow! Failed plays are by no means scarce, even on established Off Broadway stages, but it takes a singular talent to concoct a misfire as bizarre as "This Thing of Darkness," the theatrical…
Bill Maher and Tracy Morgan have been added to the lineup of the 20th anniversary Montreal Just for Laughs comedy festival.
After 10 straight years of B.O. records, terrorism and recession-buffeted Broadway did not make it 11 with the 2001-02 season. Then again, Broadway did not lay the proverbial egg. This was the…