In contrast to Broadway, road grosses held pretty steady during Week 32 (Dec. 31-Jan. 6), slipping by a minor 7.2% to $13,710,645.
After nearly 40 years in business, the Agency for the Performing Arts is shutting down Gotham operations. Agency prexy Jim Gosnell confirmed late Tueday that APA's New York offices would shutter…
Steven Spielberg will be feted with the ShoWest 2002 lifetime achievement award.
The Royal Shakespeare Co., which has recently come under intense fire in the press for its reorganization plan, is fighting back.
Broadway grosses tumbled back to earth during Week 32 (Dec. 31-Jan. 6), following the season-high grosses for the Christmas week. B.O. totaled $11,977,506, a 35.3% falloff from the previous frame…
In a coup for the U. of Connecticut, New York's Metropolitan Opera and the university have established an academic partnership that will provide the school's music and drama students with…
Peter Franklin has left the William Morris Agency after 22 years to join the theater department at the Gersh Agency. Gersh's Peter Hagan made the announcement.
"Cats" is coming to the end of yet another of its nine lives. The Andrew Lloyd Webber-Cameron Mackintosh musical will finish its West End run at the New London Theater on May 11, the show's 21st…
With the exhib trade show less than two months away, ShoWest 2002 organizers announced their first sponsored event Monday -- a Sony Pictures luncheon, set to follow distrib's screening of Adam…
"Sweet Smell of Success," the Broadway-bound new tuner trying out in Chicago, has a bit of an identity problem: Is it a Faustian morality fable about the dangers of power and incestuous sexual desire?