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Two years after Nerds failed to boot up on Broadway, some the people who worked on the show might start getting paid.
While most producers struggle to break even on Broadway, one Florida attorney has figured out a sure-fire way to make money.
After fizzling out on Broadway, the first international production of Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 will open at the Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre next January.
Due to a battle over one actress, the longest-running show in Broadway history almost never came to New York.
Google now requires all Broadway ticket resellers to pass an inspection before allowing them to advertise on its website.
The University of the South sued Broadway producer Scott Rudin in federal court for breaking his promise to pay it royalties from his recent revival of The Glass Menagerie.
After failing to find an audience on Broadway amid cast illnesses and negative reviews in 2006, Andrew Lloyd Webber's short-lived musical "The Woman in White' is now seeking a second chance …
Nederlander Worldwide Entertainment and a Chinese firm plan to mount the first open-ended Chinese musical on Broadway in 2019.
Following recent cuts to arts education programs across the nation, New York City public schools have added Broadway shows to their high school curriculum.
After selling airspace for over $40 million, Shubert plans to expand the Cort Theatre.
Broadway theater owners should man the barricades after a recent legal decision made them more vulnerable to disability discrimination lawsuits.
Software executive and Broadway producer Tim Kashani created the Theater Accelerator after recognizing that the same code used to create successful Silicon Valley start-ups might also work f…
The old business model of making audio musicals might appeal to modern Broadway producers.
A federal court ordered Pulse Evolution to pay Darren Bagert for breaching their deal to develop a show featuring a hologram of Elvis Presley.
ProductionPro is a new platform that promises to transform the creative process on Broadway.
By backing out of his promise to perform in 'Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812,' Mandy Patinkin might have breached his contract with the producers.
Jimmy Buffett's new musical 'Escape to Margaritaville' will be heading to the Marquis Theatre.
While Broadway pundits publish their predictions for the upcoming Tony Awards, the best predictor of success might be the Drama Desk Awards.
Britney Spears' manager met with director Jerry Mitchell to discuss turning her music catalog into a Broadway jukebox musical.
The heirs of Abbott and Costello asked the Supreme Court of the United States to hear their case against the Broadway show "Hand to God" over using the "Who's on First" routine without their…
Despite making significant progress, efforts to settle the disability lawsuit filed against 'Hamilton' have hit a bump in the road.
While Garth Drabinsky is prepared to make his resurgent return, he might not receive a warm welcome back on Broadway.
Simple due diligence would have revealed that one of the men accused of running the 'Hamilton' Ponzi scheme was a subject in an earlier white-collar criminal investigation.
The Shubert Organization sued to recover a lighting fixture stolen from its Belasco Theatre 41 years ago, but it might not be its rightful owner.
The new musical 'Bandstand' has been forced to rehearse elsewhere after Manhattan Ballroom Dance rescinded their rental agreement.
Theatre critic Charles Isherwood might not win back his job after being fired from The New York Times for sending personal gripes to producer Scott Rudin.
Starvox Entertainment sued June Entertainment and Rubicon Falls Entertainment,for fraud after the two firms refused to return its deposits after failing to cast Gary Oldman, Miley Cyrus, Kei…
Cameron Mackintosh developed a paperless ticketing system for the London production of 'Hamilton.' But, it is unlikely that his revolutionary ticketing tactic will transfer to Broadway.
The Roundabout Theatre Company will be paid to live stream its new Broadway musical 'Holiday Inn.'
Lawyers for Lloyd's of London claim that Audra McDonald failed to disclose her pregnancy in insurance forms.