Julie Harris has been hospitalized in Chicago and is reported to be seriously ill. As a result, the veteran legit actress will not be appearing in any further performances of "Fossils," the play in…
With more than a thousand perfs under its dance belt, "Fosse" looks set to close Sept. 1. The revue of Bob Fosse's choreography opened Jan. 14, 1999, at the Broadhurst Theater and won the Tony Award…
The legit biz may be abuzz about that little musical starring Messrs. Bialystock and Bloom, but Broadway has even more good news to celebrate this week: The 2000-2001 season, which ended Sunday, set…
The first national company of the current Broadway revival of "The Music Man" is getting ready to roll, and it's going to be a non-Equity company. Big union trouble may be brewin' on the road.
Pamela Gien's "The Syringa Tree," about life in South Africa, won the best play award at the 46th annual Village Voice Obie Awards, which honor achievement in Off Broadway theater.
Robert Woodruff will become the new artistic director of the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Mass., when founding a.d. Robert Brustein steps down at the end of next season.
Broadway grosses stabilized after a three week slump during Week 51 (May 14-21). Despite the closing of four shows the previous week, box office receipts inched up 2% to a total of $14,439,110. Total…
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