Hollywood.com has launched Broadway.com, a Web site created to tap into the $3 billion worldwide live theater biz.
The spirit of David Merrick lives. George C. Wolfe appeared on PBS' "The Charlie Rose Show" Monday night to pan Ben Brantley's New York Times pan of "The Wild Party," produced by the Public Theater…
The Helen Hayes Theater may at long last have a buxom B.O. tenant in "Dirty Blonde," Claudia Shear's genial, funny, crowd-pleasing riff on the life of Mae West and the inspiration it provides for a…
Constantly breaking the theatrical "fourth wall" to include the audience in the shenanigans, "Anthology" is a joyous outing that underscores the nation's premier Chicano-Latino comedy trio's adroit…
Easter had nothing to do with it. For the second week in a row, Broadway attendance set a record, rising 3,432 to close at the all-time high of 311,685. Box office fell a minuscule $142,271 for a…
Two phone calls that can't get to Bill Graham (Ron Silver) fast enough have the legendary concert promoter pacing around the office inside his Marin County estate, dubbed, with historical and…
Nine Broadway orchestrators have banded together to urge the Tony Awards administration committee to reconsider its decision granting "Contact" eligibility in the best musical category.
John Spencer ("The West Wing") will play the lead in the West Coast premiere of Warren Leight's "Glimmer, Glimmer and Shine" at the Mark Taper Forum in January.
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the Outer Critics Circle has announced the winners of its annual theater awards, to be presented May 25 at Sardi's.
There's a lot of talk in Michael Mayer's woebegone production of the Chekhov classic, and much loud declaiming. There are quite a few tears and other assorted hysterics, a half a barrel of laughs…
Paule Constable's crepuscular lighting for the Royal Shakespeare Co.'s new production of "The Seagull" locates the great final scene of Chekhov's play in a doomy twilit limbo hovering dangerously…