"I think there's too much made of sex," says Richard (Ian Curtis) midway through the first act of "Flamingos," but it's a tribute to this lovely Bush Theater premiere that it simply cannot say enough…
With Charlotte Salomon's paintings gaining new attention thanks to a recently closed Gotham museum show, a remarkable chamber musical based on the paintings is being performed in Philadelphia. Nearly…
The Booth Theatre has precisely the right title. Nearly 11 years after its Off Broadway world premiere, "Assassins," by Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman, will open on Broadway at the Booth in…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
All-singing, all-dancing Jacobsen Entertainment's high-voltage "Shout!" immortalizes Australia's first rock 'n' roll bad boy, Johnny O'Keefe. Before his 1978 death at age 43, O'Keefe had 30 chart…
Puccini's "La Boheme" is expected to make its Broadway debut sometime in 2002, courtesy of director Baz Luhrmann.
Dazzling clouds of language come cascading from the stage in Tom Stoppard's dazzling play "The Invention of Love," sprinkling erudition on us all; but it's a small, familiar phrase, ending in a…
Margaret Whiting remains the grand doyenne of the Manhattan cabaret scene, and after a career that's spanned seven decades and has included a dozen gold albums, she remains one of the foremost…
Robert Hofler: Noises Off
Miramax Films has acquired feature rights to the Joshua Ravetch play "Off Sides," which Ravetch will adapt. Pic will be produced by the Film Colony, which has a first-look deal with Miramax. The two…
Warm weather and an additional two shows brought a boost to Broadway in Week 42 (March 12-18), raising the week's total net to $12,531,860, an increase of 13.5%. Attendance was 234,082, a rise of 14%.
The Shubert Theater in New Haven, Conn., a legendary place for pre-Broadway tryouts, has become the centerpiece of a public flap over financing.