Road grosses climbed during Week 51 (May 14-20), with the 24 shows reporting reaching $14,444,196. Total repped an increase of 4.3% from the prior frame.
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
Despite the closings of "The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe" and "Seussical" the previous session, Broadway saw its total gross increase $130,765 last week -- up a marginal 0.9%.
Matt Wolf: Strands
William Goldman: Screen Trade
A self-indulgent diatribe, "American Iliad" offers no insight into the inner workings of the mind of our 37th president or even a clear personal point of view. The production also commits the greater…
Adela Holzer, once described by the New York Times as "Broadway's hottest producer" before she was twice jailed for defrauding investors, was indicted Friday on charges of stealing more than $50,000…
"Best Plays of 2000-2001," the annual chronicle of U.S. theater, has selected 10 dramatic works for its current edition.
Woolly Mammoth Theater Co.'s intrepid pursuit of the fringes in theater has turned up "Andromeda Shack," a wacky comedy by David Bucci that is entertainingly cranked to the fullest in this…
Given the critical raves and phenomenal business drummed up by "The Producers," the talk of the town is not so much its record 15 Tony nominations but how many of them will actually translate into…
Call it Tony-time gridlock: the assumption that he (or she) opening last gets a nomination first. That explains the phenomenon whereby half the Broadway year's annual output gets crammed into the…
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