The concept of a musical based on Chekhov's "The Seagull" may seem like the very definition of a misbegotten idea, but the world premiere of "Gulls" at the Boston Court Performing Arts Center does…
As he approached 65, the phenomenon that is Mick Jagger cancelled his contract to do a book about his life. Now Robert Downey, Jr. is doing the same.
Gotham auds won't have to dream of it any longer: The Broadway outing of regional franchise "Irving Berlin's White Christmas" has nailed down its holiday engagement at the Marquis Theater.
Looks like Whoopi did it for "Xanadu."
A 2½-hour-plus, three-act Feydeau farce -- by way of David Ives -- that calls for plenty of door-slamming, lingual calisthenics and challenging set transformations is nothing if not ambitious for a…
Provocative English helmer Katie Mitchell continues her ongoing experimentation with the combination of theater and live video in "…some trace of her," a free adaptation of Dostoevsky's novel "The…
You may not know what a Danity Kane is, or where on the map to find O-Town. But Broadway is starting to find out. As pop stars spawned by reality TV appear on Broadway with increasing frequency…
Choreographer-director Matthew Bourne is not given to bragging. He is, however, proud of at least one of the achievements of his company New Adventures. "We think we perform more per year than any…
Broadway sales remained robust in Week 9 (July 21-27), with many shows posting gains and only a few productions experiencing relatively slight declines.
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.
Chicago directors Robert Falls, Mary Zimmerman and Frank Galati established high-profile careers by dividing their commitments between their home base and New York.