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The king of leisure lifestyle (or at least its marketing) is setting up shop on The Great White Way with 'Escape To Margaritaville'.
Derek DelGaudio's hit show 'In & Of Itself' is turning magic on its head, economically and - perhaps - spiritually.
The show is the first of the season to turn a profit, and another feather in the cap of its creator.
Bruce Springsteen was immune to the impact, but Sara Bareilles got tackled hard.
Though numbers are down, the show is still selling well, and fans seem quite chuffed.
Ben Platt's performance was seen by some as signal to Steven Spielberg for his upcoming 'West Side Story' remake.
Veteran producer Scott Rudin is the man behind both stage endeavors, along with Best Picture nominee 'Lady Bird'.
The pop star's performance is a lone bright spot as the industry settles into a cold spell.
Veteran producers are finally cracking one of New York's toughest nuts.
Bette Midler played her final performance in 'Hello, Dolly!' too, which didn't hurt.
Broadway's toughest month started with a bout of the flu, but sales overall stayed robust, pointing to a very green spring.
Though they flocked in droves, buyers were only willing to go so far past a certain pricepoint.
'Hamilton' continues to break new ground as it closes in on a record $4 million week.
With over $8 billion at the global box office, 'The Lion King' musical has raked in more than every 'Star Wars' movie combined.
After a banner year for industry investors, New York's quality theater output came from all corners of the biz: on Broadway and off, commercial and nonprofit.
Two artists, both alike in dignity, on fair Broadway did make their scene.
After 40 profitable years running Hanky Panky, Lida Orzeck is taking Manhattan with the play '20th Century Blues.'
As RuPaul continues to make drag safe for straight audiences, the Kinsey Sicks are pushing back, bridging the gap between the AIDS crisis and the current administration.
As Broadway sank into its usual post-turkey torpor, its queen reigned untouched.
AGENT is a matchmaking app that implements a unique suite of safeguards, aiming to keep models from being harassed on the job.
Several house records helped the industry clear its own high bar as fans stormed the barricades in a tryptophan daze.
Big properties are collapsing under their own weight as smaller pieces take the limelight.
Uma Thurman made a splashy debut, and Bette Midler returned from vacation with a vengeance.
What does a Tony winner do after playing the role of a lifetime?
Two non-Broadway names - one pop star and one comedian - blew up the Rialto's box office this week.
Halloween couldn't scare The Boss away from a career milestone.
What does it take to make a hit in New York's toughest biz?
After weeks of running the game, Ms. Midler is finally facing some competition.
Writer Kyle Jarrow has two wildly different properties in the oven.
Over a lucrative holiday weekend, The Boss made one of the biggest splashes in Broadway history.
The feel-good hit proves you don't need a Tony Award to win big.