Playwright Alexandra Cunningham has inked an overall deal with Steven Bochco Prods. to write for current Bochco shows and develop original and assigned material.
Toss "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum," "Kismet," "Camelot" and "Once Upon a Mattress" into a pot, stir vigorously, perform broadly and the end result might well be "Nicolette and…
James Vukovich is the orchestrator for the Colony Theatre’s production of “Dandelion Wine.” He was misidentified in Friday’s paper.
Not since Woody Allen turned "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex" into a movie has showbiz offered up such an odd adaptation of a self-help book.
Juliette Binoche makes her Broadway debut in a revival of Harold Pinter's "Betrayal," joined by Liev Schreiber and John Slattery in the Roundabout Theatre Company production.
Business on Broadway split pretty much down the middle with 11 of the 23 productions showing improvement. Otherwise, there were few big gains but several significant declines as overall business…
Frank Gorshin nails the character of George Burns in the new solo play "Say Goodnight, Gracie" by Rupert Holmes. But it's more significant for Gorshin, and his audience, that Holmes and director John…
As displayed in his well-received new tome, "The Name of the World," as well as in Alison MacLean's film adaptation of "Jesus' Son," novelist/poet Denis Johnson can intrigue with character studies…
Gotham's unusually cool summer has turned out to be a pretty hot one for Broadway. With the current B.O. total running an eye-popping 21.1% over last year, the biz is primed to ride that momentum…
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees and its Boston-based Local 11 have organized stagehands at the Fleet Boston Pavilion.
"Summer of '42," a new musical that's currently receiving an Aug. 10-Sept. 10 work-in-progress production at the Goodspeed Opera House's second stage, has garnered a transfer.