Eugene O'Neill garnered Pulitzer Prize for this flawed but intriguing sojourn into the life-scarred relationship of an aged barge captain, his hard-bitten former prostitute daughter and the callow…
Slight of plot and production values, this underdeveloped tuner focuses on the professional woes of a two-woman songwriting team in the 1940s. Although show features a promising score by the creative…
Underwriting major performances over the next decade, Virginia businesswoman and arts philanthropist Catherine B. Reynolds has donated to the Kennedy Center its largest programming-related gift ever…
Betty Buckley has withdrawn from the Long Wharf Theater production of Ninan Unel's "Pera Palas." She has been replaced by Glynis Bell.
The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts opened Dec. 14 with back-to-back galas (at $5,000 a ticket), and amid the designer gowns, sushi and gladhanding, between the luminaries and the dignitaries…
Broadway had a happy holiday week, as grosses for Week 31 (Dec. 24-30) rose by a cheery 51.3% over the previous session. Attendance of 270,950 was up by 32.5%.
The North American preem of the Hong Kong-produced East-West fusion dance show "Of Heaven and Earth" will be the first on the boards of Vancouver's former Ford Center.
Thank heavens for the holidays in New York, virtually the one time of year when avid theatergoers can jam in shows with abandon, the way visitors to London do every week.
After more than 17 years at the helm of CAPA, the nonprofit organization that runs theaters in Columbus, Ohio, Chicago and New Haven, Conn., Douglas F. Kridler will relinquish his CAPA presidency…
The Shuberts are celebrating their 100th anni in a slightly bigger way than they anticipated. Chairman Gerald Schoenfeld says the final pricetag of the company's new 499-seat theater on West 42nd…