The difference between a Broadway play and an Off Broadway play used to be the size of the theater and the cost of the ticket. But now the second half of that definition has essentially evaporated…
Claudia Shear's "Dirty Blonde" will close at Broadway's Helen Hayes Theater on March 4.
Presidents Day weekend sent nearly all of the 25 shows on Broadway soaring, with B.O. up $1,666,019 -- or 16.6% -- over the previous session. The grand tally came in at $11,688,124, which is a big…
After a week of performances, the new touring company of the 1978 hit "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas," starring Ann-Margret, had ironed out some early kinks to deliver real entertainment value…
In "Boy Gets Girl," Rebecca Gilman offers up a tale of Gotham singledom you won't be seeing any time soon on "Sex and the City." A disturbing chiller about a woman whose life of accomplishment is…
BVI Australia has picked up helmer Bruce Beresford's "Boswell for the Defence" for Oz and New Zealand, with other territories pending for sales agent Beyond. Pic stars Michael Caine, Samantha Morton…
Chris Rock, currently seen in Paramount's box office hit "Down to Earth," will be honored as comedy star of the year at ShoWest 2001 in an awards gala March 8 in Las Vegas.
The 1968 movie "The Producers" is about a stage musical that's absolutely the worst possible -- but, against all odds, it becomes a gargantuan hit.
LONDON — Nicholas Hytner times two and new plays from Patrick Marber, Sebastian Barry and Nicholas Wright are on the docket for the Royal National Theater in its 25th anniversary year on the South…
With more belly laughs per minute than any new musical in years, Mel Brooks' "The Producers" reminds us in grand, politically incorrect style that Broadway never rewards wimps.
As a piece of scholarship and a feat of theatrical archaeology, Barry Edelstein's adaptation of Ferdinand Bruckner's "Race" for the Classic Stage Co. is an admirable achievement. Bruckner's drama was…