What's next at the Schoenfeld? That's the question making the rounds on the Rialto these days, with Broadway real estate in limited supply and a slew of shows jostling for the vacancy left when…
There was plenty of park in evidence at the opening-night party of "Barefoot in the Park": The shindig was held at the Central Park Boathouse on Feb. 16. But the weather proved a little too cold for…
Cherry Jones isn't getting out of the habit of "Doubt" just yet. Thesp, who won a Tony for her turn as the crusading nun in John Patrick Shanley's Pulitzer- and Tony-winning play, will star for six…
Opera and film director Franco Zeffirelli will receive an award for lifetime achievement in theatrical design at the TDF/Irene Sharaff Awards on April 7.
John Gallagher Jr., currently appearing in MTC's "Rabbit Hole" on Broadway, will play a troubled adolescent in "Spring Awakening," the tuner adaptation of the 1891 Frank Wedekind play with music by…
Broadway got a nice boost over Presidents' Day weekend, with grosses climbing around $2.6 million to a robust $16,497,521 for the week ended Sunday.
Noises Off: Let's go out on a limb and call Leigh Silverman, the 31-year-old helmer of Lisa Kron's "Well," the youngest female director to work on Broadway.
The barricades are returning to Gotham. "Les Miserables," the worldwide hit tuner that ended its 16-year Broadway run in 2003, storms the Broadhurst Theater this fall for a six-month stint.
The Sarah Jones solo show "Bridge & Tunnel" has extended at the Helen Hayes -- pushing back the Broadway house's next tenant, ventriloquist act "Jay Johnson: The Two and Only!"
"In the Continuum," the surprise Off Broadway success about AIDS and African and African-American women, ends its run at the Perry Street Theater Saturday to go on the road.