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%.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
The Shubert Theater in New Haven, Conn., a legendary place for pre-Broadway tryouts, has become the centerpiece of a public flap over financing.
Betting that "Mandy" and "Even Now" can pack the same kind of B.O. punch as anything by Leiber and Stoller, Barry Manilow and his business and creative team are planning a new theatrical revue based…
In the disarming little nugget of philosophical standup that begins the new Theatre de Complicite show "Mnemonic," the troupe's leader and the show's director, Simon McBurney, gives the audience a…
"My Fair Lady" has been dancing all night -- and most days -- to raves from the British critics, with several calling Trevor Nunn's Royal National Theater revival, backed by Cameron Mackintosh, the…
A major retrospective of plays by Harold Pinter highlights the three-week Lincoln Center Festival 2001. The Pinter fest comes five years after Lincoln Center's retrospective of plays by Samuel…
The satirical musical revue, which has been on theater's endangered species list for some time, gets a new injection of life with "Newyorkers," a surefire crowd-pleaser that may soon become the…
Alyson Croft's new play, "Fifth and Spring," purports to provide a slice-of-life view of downtown L.A.'s rave scene, where luckless young people rock on through abysmal lives, the python grip of…