One of the odder theatrical experiences, the stage version of "Dirty Dancing" is a gargantuan souvenir of the 1987 movie, serving up generous layers of pretty cheesy nostalgia to an audience that…
In the ever-lengthening parade of revivals this season, why "Talley's Folly" is a puzzling question.
The question of whether or not scribe Peter Morgan's "Frost/Nixon" can survive onstage beyond the definitive production it received in London and New York from helmer Michael Grandage goes unanswered…
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"The Fourposter" makes perfect sense for Keen Company. In accordance with the troupe's mission, Jan de Hartog's 1951 dramedy is both sincere and sophisticated, wittily tracking 35 years in a couple's…
Liza with a Z is back on Broadway with a B. Liza Minnelli will play a brief stint at the Palace Theater beginning Dec. 3, performing a show called "Liza's at the Palace ...!"
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.