The 2008-09 Broadway season is one of extremes -- of financial fears but lavish spending, of adventurous moves but safe choices.
Coffee? Tea? Tickets to Broadway? Soon, in addition to SkyMall wares, you'll be able to browse at 30,000 feet for Rialto ducats
Broadway sales slid slightly in Week 12 (Aug. 11-17) as minor slippages affected most productions and there were few bumps of any note.
Signature Theater Company kicks off its seasonlong tribute to the Negro Ensemble Company with a finely etched revival of Leslie Lee's ensemble drama "The First Breeze of Summer," a fitting…
Earlier this month, Danny Elfman's ballet "Rabbit and Rogue" was performed by the American Ballet Theater. Next month, Howard Shore's opera "The Fly" will make its U.S. debut at the Los Angeles…
Extending a partnership with the Brit playwright that stretches back more than a decade, American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco will stage the West Coast premiere of Tom Stoppard's "Rock 'n'…
In a bid to galvanize the target teen audience for the Broadway musical "13," producers are offering allowance-friendly $13 tickets to the first 100 folks in line when the box office opens Aug. 25.
With a win like this one, who needs defeat? The Riot Group's "Victory at the Dirt Palace" takes a couple of choice whacks at the war of attrition between competing newscasters, using the NBC/ABC…
A new stage adaptation by playwright David Joss Buckley of Tracy Chevalier's history-meets-fiction novel "Girl With a Pearl Earring" will play London's West End, starring Adrian Dunbar as Dutch…
Jean Doumanian Prods. will develop a feature film adaptation of "Blackbird," with playwright David Harrower aboard to script the drama about the faceoff between a middle-aged man and the…
Sometimes a play comes along that changes the landscape. By putting the ordinary soldier's voice on stage, the National Theater of Scotland's 2006 production of Gregory Burke's "Black Watch" shifted…