"Little House on the Prairie" looks to yield a bumper crop in the Midwest, raising hopes for an even more bountiful harvest on Broadway.
It's a common lament among legiters: The movies have invaded Broadway! Well, lock up your divas. It's happening in the opera world as well.
The road fell about 2.1% in Week 9 (July 21-27), bringing the total gross for the 13-show slate to $13,967,127.
Broadway sales remained robust in Week 9 (July 21-27), with many shows posting gains and only a few productions experiencing relatively slight declines.
Ever since British playwright Alan Ayckbourn told a newspaper last month, "I do feel the straight play is a doomed species," a flurry of comment pieces has appeared in the U.K. bemoaning the state of…
Directed by Diane Paulus with fluid physicality and performed with passionate conviction by its young cast, the presentation demonstrated that this landmark Vietnam-era rock musical could still…
British playwright, screenwriter and memoirist Simon Gray died Wednesday in London. He was 71 and had previously been diagnosed with cancer.
Director Peter Kass, whom Clifford Odets handpicked to helm the first production of the playwright's "The Country Girl" when it tried out in New Hampshire, died Monday in New York City. He was 85.
Setting "The Merry Wives of Windsor" in the American Wild West invests Shakespeare's thinnest, most weakly plotted comedy with pleasant heft.
Norbert Leo Butz will co-star with Elizabeth Marvel in "Fifty Words," the new two-hander by Michael Weller that kicks off the 2008-09 season for Off Broadway's MCC Theater.
London's Royal Court Theater will celebrate Caryl Churchill's 70th birthday this fall with a series of 10 readings of the playwright's work, all helmed by fellow legit scribes.