You've got to walk before you can fly. That saying applies in a couple of different ways to "3hree," the compilation of one-act musicals selected by venerable producer-director Harold Prince and…
The producers of "King Hedley II" have pushed back the play's Broadway premiere from Sunday to Tuesday, just one day before the deadline for Tony Award nominations. Brian Stokes Mitchell, star of the…
Jon Lovitz and Larry Miller are skedded to make their Broadway debuts in Neil Simon's "The Dinner Party" at the Music Box Theatre on June 12.
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
The fate of New Haven's historic Shubert Theater remains unclear as the staff of the nonprofit Shubert Performing Arts Center, which has leased and run the city-owned theater since it was renovated…
Productions from Dublin's Abbey Theater, Moscow's Taganka Theater, England's Royal Shakespeare Co. and Young Vic and Florence's Teatro Minimo, as well as a world premiere from Singapore's…
Broadway grosses skyrocketed in Week 46 (April 9-15), bringing in a total net of $16,068,527, an increase of 21.9%. Total attendance was 292,842, up 20.3%.
"Fame: The Musical" is the kind of energetic, unsubtle, grab-the-collar crowd pleaser that gets a reaction by literally demanding one. Conceived and developed by David De Silva, it provides enjoyable…
Road grosses perked up during Week 46 (April 9-15), rising to $15,240,598 for a roster of 21 shows. That was an increase of 7.8% from the prior frame.
Craig Bierko, star of "The Music Man," is in negotiations to headline the Susan Stroman-helmed musical "Thou Shalt Not," one of the most hotly anticipated shows of the 2001-2002 legit season.
With the Pulitzer Prize added to its shelf of nods and nominations, David Auburn's "Proof" has gained Tony momentum as the season heads into its final days. Tony noms will be announced May 7.