Broadway

They seem to come like clockwork, roughly every six months, the press releases announcing a new record on Broadway. They come twice a year because...

It has been, for much of the present decade, one of Broadway’s longest-running stories, without ever actually reaching the stage. I refer to the...

It is not unusual to hear a theatre company announce that if it doesn’t raise a certain amount of money by such-and-such a date,...

Anyone who has ever worked on Broadway will tell you how intoxicating it is to be a part of its theatre community. New York is...

Last week's opening of Obsession at the Barbican was rough for me: I was mightily relieved that I wasn't reviewing it myself, as it...

New York theatre has lost two of its leading critics in one week amid concerns from commentators that theatre coverage in the city is...

I do not typically find myself watching a show in a Broadway theatre at 2pm on a Tuesday, but I dare say that a...

Unlike in London, where theatre shows open at any time throughout the year, Broadway is tightly focused around one major annual event: the Tony...

When John Guare's Six Degrees of Separation premiered in New York in 1990 it precisely caught a sense of urban unease in upscale New...
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