King Arthur and his knights will abandon their quest for the Holy Grail when "Monty Python's Spamalot" closes Jan. 18 on Broadway after a successful run of nearly four years.
On Broadway this season, everywhere you look there's a fuckin' David Mamet play.
Total Broadway sales rose by about $1 million in Week 19 (Sept. 29-Oct. 5) -- and two-thirds of that increase can be attributed to a pint-sized pirouetting newcomer.
Industry watchers will notice that the production of "Speed-the-Plow" opening on Broadway this week isn't the same one that was a hit in London earlier this year.
The road got a 2.5% bump in Week 19 (Sept. 29-Oct. 5), bringing the total gross for the 14-show slate to $12,514,830.
Todd Haimes has no one to blame but himself. "I never like high expectations," sighs the artistic director of Roundabout Theater Company.
After a tremendous publicity build-up with the search for a leading lady via TV reality show "How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?," the $10.1 million production of "The Sound of Music" that opened…
Both star Ralph Fiennes and Jonathan Kent's production of Sophocles' classic tragedy "Oedipus" are at their considerable best when they try least hard to be monumental.
A West End run for the SRO regional theater hit "Calendar Girls," a revival of Arthur Miller's "A View From the Bridge" and several high-profile exits headline a slew of upcoming changes to London…
Hitchcock-inspired comedy "The 39 Steps" will step into its third Broadway venue next year, wrapping up perfs at the Cort Theater Jan. 11 before picking up again at the Helen Hayes Jan. 20.
Tony-winning Broadway regular Bernadette peters and Mayor Michael Bloomberg welcomed discount theater ticket buyers back to the heart of Times Square Thursday.