Grosses rose on Broadway during Week 28 (Dec. 3-9), with the total B.O. jumping by a healthy 6% to $12,830,711. Attendance was also up, by 5.4%, to 213,776.
Road grosses slipped by 4.3% to $11,352,533 during Week 28 (Dec. 3-9).
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
Meditations on the fractious, painful history of Afghanistan have been filling the pages of newspapers and magazines ever since Sept. 11, and now the country's roiling past and present are spilling…
Tori Spelling will star in "Maybe Baby, It's You" at the Coronet Theater Jan. 24-March 23.
Now, it's the ladies' turn. After a year rife with male artistic directors announcing their intention to move on, Jenny Topper and Jude Kelly -- two of the British theater's leading female a.d.'s…
Two prominent D.C. area resident theaters, the Studio Theater and Olney Theater Center for the Arts, have launched aggressive expansion programs to create new performance and administrative spaces.
Jeffrey Richards will bring the stage version of "Enchanted April" to Broadway in early fall 2002. Elizabeth von Arnim's story of four English women who spend a month in an Italian villa first…
Autumn in New York has been full of unhappy surprises, to put it mildly, which may be why it's the happiest surprise in a week of London theatergoing that is likely to linger longest in the memory.
With all concerned immodestly declaring an imminent smash hit, Windy City media got its first whiff of "Sweet Smell of Success" at a press conference held in the basement of the Oriental Theater this…