Army Archerd: Just for Variety
ABC is actively developing a live-action musical version of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" for the net's "Wonderful World of Disney" franchise.
Why are the Lucille Lortel Awards more fun than the Tonys? Because they do things there that they just don't on Broadway.
Having developed a productive and fruitful bond in recent years with the McCarter Theater and its artistic director, Emily Mann, South African playwright Athol Fugard's back again for the world preem…
On Monday, Jane Wagner's "The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe," starring Lily Tomlin, received its Tony nod, and on Wednesday, a closing notice for the show was posted. It will…
Broadway grosses dropped in Week 48 (April 23-29), bringing in a total net of $15,299,731, a decrease of 7.4%. Total attendance was 285,379.
Broadway's "Kiss Me, Kate," which is heading to London, and the Royal National Theater's "The Cherry Orchard," which is coming the other way, have run into snags with Actors' Equity.
And then there were three fewer shows on Broadway. Monday's announcement of the Tony Award nominations brought the shuttering of "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer," which posted a Saturday closing date…
It may be possible, I suppose, in the future to see "Richard II" or "Richard III" on their own, not to mention any of the six plays that -- in terms of historical chronology if not the order in which…
The road numbers dipped in Week 48 (April 23-29), sliding to $14,819,647. That repped a decrease of 6.2% for the 23 shows reporting.
"Wit" star Kathleen Chalfant in Chekhov's "The Cherry Orchard" highlights the eight-play 2001-02 season at New Haven's Long Wharf Theater.