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  • Neil Patrick Harris, Rob Marshall Among the Nominees for Broadway's Astaire Awards

    "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" topliner Neil Patrick Harris, "Cabaret" choreographer and co-director Rob Marshall, "Aladdin" genie James Monroe Iglehart and "Rocky" star Andy Karl are among the performers nominated for the Fred and Adele Astaire Awards,...
  • Broadway sees rise in attendance, box office for 2013-14 season

    Broadway sees rise in attendance, box office for 2013-14 season
    Despite the lack of any new "Book of Mormon"-sized runaway hits, Broadway saw an upswing in attendance and ticket revenue for the 2013-14 season, with the industry reporting $1.27 billion in total revenue, up 11% from last season. The Broadway season,...
  • 'Big Fish' coming to Southern California following Broadway flop

    'Big Fish' coming to Southern California following Broadway flop
    "Big Fish," the elaborate stage musical based on the 2003 Tim Burton movie, flopped on Broadway last year, running for fewer than four months before closing at the Neil Simon Theatre in New York.  But this fish isn't dead in the water just yet. The...
  • 'Big Fish' on Broadway: What did the critics think?

    'Big Fish' on Broadway: What did the critics think?
    "Big Fish," the new musical based on the 2003 Tim Burton movie -- as well as the original novel by Daniel Wallace -- made its big splash on Broadway over the weekend, opening at the Neil Simon Theatre. With an A-list Broadway team, including actor...
  • 'Big Fish' flops on Broadway, closing in late December

    'Big Fish' flops on Broadway, closing in late December
    Like a beached marine animal, "Big Fish" has flopped on Broadway. The musical, which is based on the 2003 Tim Burton movie of the same name, is set to close at the Neil Simon Theatre in New York on Dec. 29 after 98 regular performances, producers...
  • Broadway Box Office: Unlikely Duo of Il Divo and Shakespeare Draw Crowds

    Here's a sentence you never thought you'd read: The two hot tickets on Broadway last week were William Shakespeare and classical boy-band Il Divo. It seems unlikely enough that the Bard, much-revived in general and produced almost to a surfeit this...
  • Broadway Box Office: 'Beautiful' Bows Ahead of Thanksgiving Bounty

    Broadway had a single new addition to the lineup last week, and even if box office for "Beautiful" wasn't quite gorgeous, it was still a promising start for a tuner that looks to tap the same vein of boomer nostalgia that helped make "Jersey Boys" a hit....
  • Broadway Drooling for Its Annual Thanksgiving Feast

    If the eyes of Broadway producers light up at the mention of the word "Thanksgiving," it's not because they like turkey so much. It's because every year the Main Stem rings in big-money sales that are traditionally second only to the stratospheric...
  • Broadway Box Office: 'Spider-Man' On the Upswing in its Final Weeks

    Broadway sales slipped last week, but not by much, as tourism declined a bit in preparation for the deluge that traditionally hits the Main Stem over the weeks of Christmas and New Year's. Still, a few shows held strong - among them a comicbook tuner on...
  • Broadway Tony-winner Norbert Leo Butz brings cabaret to Orlando

     Broadway Tony-winner Norbert Leo Butz brings cabaret to Orlando
    For actor Norbert Leo Butz, his solo cabaret show is a chance to challenge himself. For Central Floridians, it's a rare opportunity to see a two-time Tony winner in their own backyard. Butz, the original leading man in Broadway smash "Wicked," will...
  • 2013 Fall Guide: Which Broadway shows will kill?

    2013 Fall Guide: Which Broadway shows will kill?
    John Grisham has written novels, short stories, books for children and nonfiction works, and in all of the above, he has done very nicely for himself. The first printings of his signature thrillers have typically sold in the millions (7 million people...