“Yesterday” had more momentum on Broadway last week than “Tomorrow,” as sales fell for the revival of “Annie” and rose slightly for a Beatles tribute.
Some Broadway freshmen struggled last week, as sweltering temperatures proved a tough environment in which to open all-new shows.
“Annie” had its best week on Broadway in nearly four months as television star Jane Lynch ended her run as Miss Hannigan.
In the last full week before Broadway’s Tony Awards, the musical “Matilda” made a run at the box office against its main rival, “Kinky Boots.”
Carlyle Group co-founder David Rubenstein danced a little jig at the Kennedy Center last night before presenting Ellen DeGeneres with a bust of Mark Twain.
“Motown,” an audience favorite that didn’t win any Tony Awards, and “Kinky Boots,” which snapped up six, including for best musical and for Cyndi Lauper’s pop score, had their bestselling week at the Broadway box office.
Producers of Broadway’s critically unloved “Orphans” said yesterday that the revival’s run will end May 19, six weeks earlier than the planned June 30 closing.
“Wreck-It Ralph,” Walt Disney Co.’s 3-D animated film about video-game characters, was the top movie in U.S. and Canadian theaters, taking in a record $49 million in sales for the studio label.
Nicknames, says the self-deluded shrink played by Lisa Kudrow in Showtime’s “Web Therapy,” are nice icebreakers.
The comedy “Modern Family” led Walt Disney Co.’s ABC to five Emmy awards, the most of any network, ending an eight-year winning streak by Time Warner Inc.’s HBO.
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