When George M. Cohan and Sam H. Harris produced "It Pays to Advertise," a comedy by Roi Cooper Megrue and Walter Hackett, on Broadway in September 1914 they had a 399-performance hit on their hands…
Hartford Stage artistic director Michael Wilson has announced two changes to his 2001-02 season, one in the mainstage lineup, the other in its second-stage sked.
"The Voice of the Turtle" is sounding pretty hoarse over on 43rd Street, where the Mint Theater is presenting the Keen Co. production of John Van Druten's wartime romantic comedy. The original…
Thanks to the stage musical "Saturday Night Fever," there's a new surge of interest in music of the Bee Gees.
"Medea" won two top prizes at the 47th annual Evening Standard Theater Awards Monday at London's Savoy Hotel, while best musical production went to a Broadway export, "Kiss Me, Kate," over local…
Can you feel the love tonight? The "Lion King" national tour kicked off with a roar Nov. 25, with first-day sales of 25,377 tickets at Denver's Buell Theater -- or a total of $1.48 million.
Thanksgiving week marks the halfway point for the Broadway season, which runs from Tonys to Tonys, and this year the industry has a fair amount to be thankful for, -- and perhaps just as much to fear.
Despite a somewhat shapeless first act and too many pro-loyalty speeches, "Names" (an Off Broadway success in 1997) is engrossing and moving.
In what amounts to a learning experience for all concerned, D.C.'s Studio Theater has reached an accommodation with playwright David Grimm over the scribe's objections to its production of his play…
The Broadway contract between the League of American Theaters and Producers and the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers was finalized last week after 15 months of negotiations. SSDC won…