Politics and religion are incendiary subjects onstage, especially during the home stretch of a presidential election.
Second Stage Theater is getting a third stage -- which means another Gotham nonprofit is taking a Broadway venue out of play for commercial producers.
The U.K. government may be in almost as much turmoil as the U.S.' thanks to the vacillations of the financial markets. But gratifyingly, that hasn't halted funding on a new initiative for building…
As Broadway box office continued to climb out of its post-Labor Day slump in Week 17 (Sept. 15-21), "All My Sons" filled nearly all its seats in its first five previews.
The road got a 3.2% bump in Week 17 (Sept. 15-21), bringing the total gross for the 12-show slate to $11,183,988, despite the fact that "The Color Purple" went on layoff.
Britney Spears? Seems inevitable. Suzanne Somers? Already done. But who would have guessed that the lives of Loni Anderson, Mr. T. and Vanna White would end up on a New York stage?
"The Women of Troy" is vintage Barrie Kosky shock theater -- grotesque, confronting, humiliating and, ultimately, very human.
Having created verbatim plays about an armed siege in London and about retirees looking for love, Alecky Blythe now tackles the bracing world of downmarket sex workers in "The Girlfriend Experience."
MCC Theater's Off Broadway staging of "Fifty Words" has pushed back its opening by a few days because of injuries suffered by the two-hander's thesps.
John Rando ("Urinetown") will helm the Encores! production of "On the Town," with Warren Carlyle ("A Tale of Two Cities") choreographing.
Chase Card Services, an arm of JPMorgan Chase, has teamed with DreamWorks Animation to become a sponsor of "Shrek the Musical," the first legit outing from DWA's DreamWorks Theatricals.