At the annual Tony nominees lunch on Wednesday, legit insiders were calling it Sunday Bloody Sunday.
Things got sunnier still for Broadway's newest star last week, as "The Producers" made Tony history by racking up a record-setting 15 noms for the 55th annual awards.
The revue format may have waned on Broadway, but it will be back with a vengeance elsewhere in Gotham in the new year. Last month, Radio City Music Hall Prods. announced its $30 million extravaganza…
Even as the roster swelled to its seasonal peak -- just before the seasonal culling that follows the Tony nomionations -- Broadway grosses dropped for the second week in a row during Week 49 (April…
Road grosses perked up a bit during Week 49 (April 30-May 6), climbing to $15,070,939. That was a small uptick of 1.7% for the 23 shows on the roster.
Where are the Brits? The 2001 Tony nominations were far less abundant in English accents than is normally the case. Those foreigners who made the final mix largely hail from Ireland: Conleth Hill and…
Julian Schlossberg confirmed that he and Icarus Prods. will present Ralph Fiennes and Anthony Hopkins in William Nicholson's new play "Retreat From Moscow," to be directed by Mike Nichols. Icarus is…
The most exhilarating production of the 1999 Williamstown Theater Festival, Darko Tresnjak's staging of Tom Stoppard's career-launching 1966 "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead," has now been…
Tony Curtis will headline a new national tour of the stage musical "Some Like It Hot," formerly known as the 1972 stage musical "Sugar."
Warren Leight's 1999 Tony Award winner for best play and Pulitzer Prize finalist lives up to its rep in this impressively staged Pasadena Playhouse outing. Director Andrew J. Robinson and an…