Irving Berlin made the leap with his usual elan. So did Jule Styne. Both songwriters chalked up several No. 1 hit songs before they ever wrote one note of a Broadway musical. Since then, successful…
Will Rhys, a former artistic director of the National Theater of the Deaf and of the Cleveland Play House, has been appointed to the newly expanded position of Goodspeed Musicals' education director…
Robert Foxworth is headlining the national tour of David Auburn's "Proof," with Chelsea Altman playing the leading role that won Mary-Louise Parker a Tony this year.
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The Equalizer1Daily:$3.6M Cumulative:$40.7M Sony / Columbia 22.26%
The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner2Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$60.2M Fox 29.30%
The Boxtrolls3Daily:$862,914 Cumulative:$18.9M Focus 17.65%
After nearly five years of construction delays and numerous false starts, the new Chicago Center for the Performing Arts finally looks set to open, easing the squeeze on Windy City spaces available…
David Wiltse's "Temporary Help" comes full circle, both opening and closing with an explosion and a dead body. In between, the main question raised is whether this play is primarily a thriller or a…
Company B Belvoir artistic director Neil Armfield's reworking of Dallas Winmar's script based on the recollections of Australian aboriginal elder Dot Collard is a disappointment.
A hitherto unseen play by Tennessee Williams opened the White Barn's 2001 season, and now the late Lucille Lortel's country playhouse is presenting a play about the celebrated Southern author. The…
The West End fails to get the late-summer jolt it needs with "Peggy Sue Got Married," a new musical requiring a return visit to the altar if such a bland and anodyne show is to have anything…
Matthew Bourne's latest piece, which begins its first U.S. tour at St. Paul's Ordway Center, is a mishmash by design, with allusions to Martha Graham, Groucho Marx, ballet, William Inge, "Grease,"…
A palpable buzz fills the auditorium at the start of Charlotte Jones' "Humble Boy," and that's well before audiences discover that its central figure -- a panicky, stutter-prone astrophysicist named…