Tony Kushner’s epic two-part drama returns to Broadway for a limited run starring Nathan Lane and Andrew Garfield.
An out-of-wedlock tryst rustles feathers in this vibrant revival of Stanley Houghton’s ‘Hindle Wakes.’
Feinstein’s/54 Below launches an all-new series this year: Deborah Grace Winer presents The Classic American Songbook Series. Each show celebrates American popular song as well as artists who created, interpreted and made themselves an integral part of the music.
André De Shields directs a revival of ‘Ain’t Misbehavin’ for NJPAC and Crossroads Theatre Company.
The 20th-anniversary production of Edna Walsh’s play about two teens coming of age in Cork, Ireland.
The Broadway Blog celebrates Max von Essen, currently appearing in ‘Anastasia.’
Tony Award winners Sutton Foster, Gavin Creel, and Harriet Harris reprise their roles in a one-night-only event benefiting The Actors Fund.
Passport Magazine co-founder and editor Robert Adams is celebrating his birthday this year with a special request by asking Broadway Blog readers to support Cyndi Lauper’s True Colors Fund.
We’re flipping over Kyle Matthew Hamilton, a skateboarding pro who brings his high-octane athleticism to the new Broadway production, ‘SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical.’
The Broadway Blog’s Matthew Wexler gets us up-to-date with casting replacements, new shows opening, and new media options for catching your favorite productions on GoLocal LIVE.
The bi-annual program will run January 16 through February 4, 2018, offering visitors and New Yorkers the opportunity to purchase two-for-one tickets to 19 exciting Broadway shows.
Irondale brings the female voice centerstage with week-long ‘She Stands Alone’ series.
Hello, 2018! Welcome to our new series, where we wish our favorite performers a happy birthday and offer our readers a special look at some of their most memorable performances.
The Broadway Blog looks back at some of our favorite conversations with Broadway’s best.
Today marks the one-year anniversary of Debbie Reynolds’ death. Here’s a look at some of her most spectacular moments.
Here are our favorite one-liners from our critics who both loved as well as loathed some of the year’s most notable productions.
Feinstein’s at the Nikko has announced the exciting lineup of artists who will perform on-stage this January.
There are still tickets for some old chestnuts as well as a few less conventional options. So “don we now our gay apparel” and catch one of these terrific acts.
Fourteen schools received arts-in-education grants thanks to the Andrew Lloyd Webber Initiative Classroom Resource Grants and the Edwin Barbey Charitable Trust.
The live concert version will air on Sunday, April 1, and filmed before a live audience at the Marcy Armory in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Constantine Maroulis stars in a new musical that dramatizes Master Builder Robert Moses’ evolution from a young idealist fervent with a desire to build the greatest city in the world to a power-insulated enemy of the people, corrupted, lost and alone.
Lucy Kirkwood’s new play portrays two retired nuclear physicists and their friend as they deal with the radioactive fallout after a natural disaster and the equally tenuous fallout of their past relationships.
Fiasco Theater presents ‘Twelfth Night’ as part of Classic Stage Company’s 50th anniversary season.
An insider’s look at Feinstein’s/54 Below showcases upcoming performances, including Robert Creighton, Joe Iconis Christmas Extravaganza, Caissie Levy, and The Skivvies.
Tony-nominated Michael Arden directs this musical revival about a peasant girl who risks everything to pursue love under the watchful eye of island gods.