The Kennedy Center has commissioned a new adaptation of author E.B. White's 1970 children's tale, "The Trumpet of the Swan," as an 80-minute reading accompanied by original music from Jason Robert…
For decades, international theatrical visionaries have sought to liberate the true essence of Chekhov's plays from the comfortable warmth of samovar and tea-cozy, box-set naturalism.
With its Dec. 2 announcement that Philip J. Smith and Robert E. Wankel would become the new co-CEOs, the Shubert Organization signaled its embrace of stability in uncertain times.
Every show in the Broadway top 10 grossed more than $1 million in Week 27 (Nov. 24-30), a healthy holiday frame dominated by crowdpleasing tuners.
The road saw a 17.8% bump in Week 27 (Nov. 24-30), bringing the total gross for the 14-show slate to $13,063,118.
The National Alliance for Musical Theater has picked up a $60,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Even without the rest of its shimmering score, the joyous tying together of all the disparate love plots in the act one finale, "A Weekend in the Country," would ensure "A Little Night Music" its…
Leslie Moonves and Rita Wilson will be honored March 9 at the Geffen Playhouse's annual Backstage at the Geffen gala that recognizes leadership in the theater community.
Incoming tuner "Vanities" has postponed its Broadway run, with producers citing the tough economy as the reason for the delay.
Aussie producers and promoters have been boasting boffo biz the last few years -- but with no one publicly reporting figures, who knew if those boasts had any cred?
U.K. theater critics do not take kindly to being told what to think. Transatlantic transfers of Broadway raves have often tanked because British critics tend to adopt a skeptical "Oh really?"…