Only one show in town can boast no risk of cell phone rage. Your Bose headphones firmly in place at "The Who's Tommy" -- piping in Steve Margoshes' pulsating La Jolla and Broadway orchestrations and…
Ouch. Tough luck for St. Ann's Warehouse that much of the theatrical thunder for its hugely ambitious production of "TR Warszawa's Macbeth 2008" was snatched away by the Brooklyn Academy of Music…
The New Victory Theater has won the National Award for Excellence in Arts Education. The 13-year-old, Midtown-based children's theater presented the stage version of Neil Gaiman's "Wolves in the…
The day after opening to positive reviews, "Arias With a Twist" has extended its run at Here Arts Center. The drag/puppet show, originally slated to end July 13, will now close Aug. 31.
It's a problem every playwright wants to face: How do you follow up an enormous success?
The 2008 Tony winners showed strong momentum at the box office in Week 3 (June 9-15) -- and that was before they collected their trophies.
The road fell about 2.5% in Week 3 (June 9-15) of the new season, bringing the total gross for the 13-show slate to $12,255,332.
Gene Persson, co-producer and co-creator of the original 1967 production of "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" and the 1999 Tony award winning Broadway revival, died June 6 of a heart attack in New…
What's in a name? A lot, if London's "Strictly Gershwin" and "Into the Hoods" are anything to go by.
At last week's Tony Awards, some folks in the entertainment industry may have been surprised to see Harvey Weinstein onstage among the winners collecting trophies.
Film and legit producer Jean Doumanian, who just picked up a Tony as one of the lead producers of best play winner "August: Osage County," has formally partnered with Off Broadway's Barrow Street…