Adam Mansbach's cultishly popular novel about an "Angry Black White Boy" who ignites a nationwide race furor seemed an unlikely property for stage translation. But adaptor (as well as title-role…
The FCC will vote Nov. 4 on the use of "spectrum-sensing devices" -- and the potential outcome has the Broadway League worried.
A unique blend of 19th century social repression and 21st century rock expression continues to work its alchemy in L.A.'s first look at long-running, multiple Tony-winning tuner "Spring Awakening."…
The theater community doesn't always relish sharing the spotlight, but they have made an exception for next Tuesday.
With a global economy in turmoil, it's harder than ever to make a profit. And things are equally challenging for a not-for-profit.
The standard thinking in entertainment is that tough times tend to fuel the public's appetite for pure escapism. But as "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?" becomes the anthem of economic anxiety, will…
Bill O'Brien, director of theater and musical theater for the National Endowment for the Arts, agrees that nonprofit theaters in the U.S. are "extremely nervous" about the economic climate.
Broadway sales slipped in Week 22 (Oct. 20-26) -- and, perhaps more worryingly, so did attendance when compared with recent years.
The road took a 0.6% dip in Week 22 (Oct. 20-26), bringing the total gross for the 13-show slate to $12,238,155.
The trio of producers behind "August: Osage County" and "Speed-the-Plow" will produce a Broadway revival of "Look Homeward, Angel" next fall.
Scribe Hassan Abdulrazzak has picked up the 17th annual Meyer-Whitworth Award, a UK legit kudo, for his play "Baghdad Wedding."
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