It's a pity the title "The Misanthrope" is taken. "The Atheist," Irish-born American playwright Ronan Noone's creepily compelling portrait of an avaricious journalist, just wouldn't be the same…
"Frost/Nixon" and "Doubt" are destined to be serious awards season contenders when they open in December, but even as film adaptations of highly popular plays, they are on a road fraught with mixed…
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.
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.
"Taking Over" is taking a tour of Gotham -- and exploring the possibility of a long-term outpost in the city that is its subject.
Despite all the attention surrounding Katie Holmes and her Broadway debut in "All My Sons," it might not be the perf of the Hollywood transplant that decides the fate of this Arthur Miller revival…
The premiere stage productions of the trans-Atlantic Bridge Project and the return of Brit legit troupe Propeller are among the offerings of the 2009 spring season at Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Seth MacFarlane's "Family Guy" stage show is headed to Carnegie Hall, with two dates booked for next month.
They ran for the hills when Sarah Kane's first play, "Blasted," preemed at London's Royal Court Theater in 1995. Critics recoiled from graphic scenes of murder, rape, mutilation and cannibalism…
That smell is moving uptown, with "What's That Smell: The Music of Jacob Sterling" heading to Off Broadway's New World Stages for a commercial run next month.
Producers are holding an open audition at Gotham's Apollo Theater next month for an upcoming U.S. tour of "Dreamgirls" -- a production that will include "Listen," the Oscar-nommed song penned for the…