"The Drowsy Chaperone" cleaned up at the Drama Desk Awards Sunday, taking seven trophies, while imported drama "The History Boys" garnered five.
Legiters are fond of saying that Broadway's a tough market for a straight play. This season, though, there were more than 20 of them on offer. The only catch? You had to catch 'em quick. The…
Daniel Aukin, a.d. of Soho Repertory Theater, will ankle the Off Off Broadway org at the end of the year to become a freelance director.
Judy Kaye, one of this year's Tony nominees, will take over for another, Patti LuPone, when the latter takes a weeklong vacation from the Broadway revival of "Sweeney Todd" in June.
Cy Feuer, the Broadway producer behind "Guys and Dolls" and "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," died Wednesday at his home in Manhattan. He was 95.
A Tony nom wasn't enough to keep "The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial" afloat. The Broadway revival of Herman Wouk's courtroom drama, which stars David Schwimmer, announced it would shutter Sunday.
Cementing its claim as the sleeper hit of the Broadway season, "The Drowsy Chaperone" woke up to good news Tuesday as it led the Tony field with 13 nominations. Show scored noms for musical, book…
The "Tarzan" that opened Wednesday was different from the show that began the unusually long Broadway preview process the musical underwent.
No "Doubt" about it: Playwrights Horizons' hit tuner "Grey Gardens" is stepping into Broadway's Walter Kerr Theater in October, after "Doubt" shutters July 2.
There's a whole lot of jostling for the top spots on the Rialto these days. Grosses for "Wicked" and "The Lion King" retained their customary places at the head of the pack for the week ending May…
Call the celebration off: "Festen" shutters May 20. Show, based on the 1998 Danish movie "The Celebration," was a hit in the U.K. But the Broadway production, which opened April 9 with an American…