The matchup of visionary director Robert Wilson with "A Dream Play," August Strindberg's 1901 meditation on the miseries of human existence, seemed promising. The idiosyncratic theatrical auteur…
Rick Springfield is near a deal to become the new headliner in the MGM Grand's ongoing stage production "EFX."
The Sundance Institute Theater Program and the Ucross Foundation of Wyoming have selected six legit artists for the second season of residencies at the Ucross facility in Wyoming.
For his sixth show at the American Stage Co., playwright in residence Joe DiPietro has fashioned a fresh and amusing take on the subject of marriage and infidelity. The author of "I Love You, You're…
If all goes according to an admittedly complicated plan, the Biltmore Theater will soon be joining its Broadway brethren as a working theater after more than a decade of dormancy.
Saturday night at this riverside city's Luxor Theater, and a sellout crowd of some 900 people have ponied up as much as 97.5 guilders ($37) to watch Peggy Sawyer and entourage "chooga chooga chooga"…
It may seem like the fall season is just hitting its stride, but in fact the Broadway year, as measured from Tonys to Tonys, is just about half over. And with 25 weeks of the season under its belt…
Broadway hit a slight downdraft in Week 25 (Nov. 13-19), losing 2.7% from the previous week to total $13,120,241. Attendance of 233,793 repped a 3.4% drop from the previous week, although four shows…
Road grosses were on the rise during Week 25 (Nov. 13-19). Receipts totaled $12,385,368, a sweet 5.1% climb from the prior frame.
"The Tale of the Allergist's Wife" opened Nov. 2 at the Ethel Barrymore theater.
The Royal National Theater stood tall at Monday's Evening Standard Theater Awards, taking prizes in five out of nine categories. The lunchtime ceremony at the Savoy Hotel honored London theater…