Ad Agency Sues Broadway Producer Scott Ruden Over Unpaid Bills
Famed Broadway producer Scott Rudin has been sued by an ad agency over unpaid bills, which they say runs to an amount over $6 million. SpotCo filed suit with the New York State Supreme Court, claiming Scott Rudin Productions has failed to pay for work done on eight shows,... Read more
Broadway Producers Offer ‘Affordable’ $50 Tickets Amid Coronavirus
Although coronavirus (COVID-19) is spreading across the country, producers are making sure “the show will go on” by offering affordable tickets to theatergoers willing to head down to Broadway. In a joint announcement today, producers of To Kill A Mockingbird, West Side Story, The Lehman Trilogy, Who’s Afraid of... Read more
Low Attendance Causes ‘King Lear’ Revival To Close Early on Broadway
Broadway’s King Lear has not received the positive attention it has hoped, so it will close a month early. The revival play, produced by Scott Rudin, opened on February 28 at the Cort Theater and was scheduled to run until July 7. However, the show, which was originally dubbed... Read more
Aaron Sorkin’s ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ Is Broadway’s Highest Grossing American Play
Harper Lee’s classic To Kill A Mockingbird, which was adapted by Aaron Sorkin, has become the highest-grossing American play in Broadway history, breaking records with $40,113,926.13 in sales in just 27 weeks. Producer Scott Rudin announced the new record last week, which means the play has surpassed Terrence McNally’s... Read more
Broadway’s ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ Breaks Record For Highest-Grossing Play
Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation of ‘To Kill A Mockingbird,’ the classic novel by Harper Lee, has broken records, becoming the highest single-week grossing play in Broadway history. The play is only in its second full week of performances and has already grossed $1.702 million, Variety reports. It has surpassed “All... Read more