With B.O. up 7.63%, Broadway defied past trends and improved on the previous session's holiday weekend.
Julian Fellowes, who penned the Oscar-nominated "Gosford Park," Monday was named ShoWest 2002's screenwriter of the year.
Road grosses held steady during Week 38 (Feb. 11-17), inching up by a small .7% to $14,723,568.
Henry who? That was probably the popular reaction to the news that Henry Goodman would take over as Max Bialystock in "The Producers" following the mid-March exit of Tony winner Nathan Lane.
The slightly aggressive title of the Wooster Group's new fantasia on Racine's "Phedre" is a little obscure, but very apt. It's a translation of a fairly innocuous French term from, uh, badminton, but…
Kenneth Lonergan hit the New York scene full force in 1996 with his play "This Is Our Youth," and the Hollywood scene by writing and directing the film "You Can Count on Me." His star continues to…
The discordance between real life and life as presented on the operatic stage were rather dramatically pointed up by the hullabaloo over the Metropolitan Opera premiere of Prokofiev's "War and Peace."
Palestine's Al-Kasaba Theater, Israel's Inbal Pinto Dance Co., London's multiracial music-theater company the Shout and France's Transe Express musicians and trapeze artists will be among the…
Extended exposure to two actors reading personal letters aloud could be a numbing theatrical experience were it not for the understanding heart and endearing humor that Des Keogh brings to his share…
Guy Pearce is back onstage to headline the second production of the Melbourne Theater Co.'s subscription season. The curtain rises on him naked but for a pair of slim, white silk pyjama pants…