The road grew about 17% in Week 7 (July 7-13), bringing the total gross for the 13-show slate to $13,144,542, thanks in part to the return of "Avenue Q."
In Week 7 (July 7-13), when most Broadway shows saw sales dip, the pair to post the largest gains both had current ties to the large or smallscreen.
On the list of scribes participating in this summer's one-act play fest Summer Shorts 2 in Gotham, there were familiar names, like Terrence McNally, Eduardo Machado and Keith Reddin; unfamiliar…
Logan Marshall-Green and Larry Pine are among the cast of Michael Weller's play "Beast," beginning perfs in August at Off Broadway's New York Theater Workshop.
Thesp siblings Nate Corddry ("Studio 60") and Rob Corddry ("What Happens in Vegas") will play stage brothers in a reading of Sam Shepard's "True West" at the Williamstown Theater Fest.
The O'Neill Theater Center's Cabaret and Performance Conference has lined up offerings from Maltby & Shire, Amanda Green, Penny Fuller, John Epperson (aka Lypsinka) and jazz singer Allan Harris for…
A cute little workshop musical that was inoffensive in its downtown setting catering to its downtown claque, "[title of show]" stands pathetically naked on Broadway.
The Cape Cod Theater Project, a summertime program that develops stage works and scribes, has attracted legit names including writers Itamar Moses and Annie Baker, helmers Loretta Greco and Hal…
Broadway has the Tony. Now high school musicals have the Jimmy.
In "There Reigns Love," Simon Callow has rethought Shakespeare's sonnets in a more theatrical light. The final result, although still in need of some polishing, makes for high drama indeed.
It is an incontrovertible fact that Liam Neeson has the most beautiful -- and beautifully expressive -- upper back in the entire English-speaking theater.