Calling all “Little Shop of Horrors” fans — if you live in New York City, Boston, or the Los Angeles area, a new production is coming your way!
NYC Broadway Week returns with 2-for-1 tickets. But what should be on your must-see list? We recommend “Frozen,” “Slave Play,” and “Oklahoma!”.
Ethan Coen’s ‘A Play Is a Poem,’ directed by Neil Pepe, starts rehearsals at Center Theatre Group’s Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles.
Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman’s musical “Harmony” finally finds a home in New York City.
“Hadestown” and “Once On This Island” have each announced forthcoming national tours, bringing Broadway’s best to cities around the country.
Can’t afford or gain access to your favorite Broadway show? There is a new wave of merchandise hitting the market in an attempt to gain and retain longtime fans.
Pride Films & Plays presents “All That He Was,” a moving and surprisingly funny account of one man’s struggle with AIDS and the reverberations of his death.
Babes With Blades Theatre Company presents Amy Tofte’s “Women of 4G,” a futuristic space thriller that explores themes of power, leadership, responsibility and sacrifice.
Broadway star Norm Lewis will appear at the New York Pops’ annual cabaret fundraiser at Feinstein’s/54 Below on September 23.
Broadway Blog contributor Samuel L. Leiter releases the first volume in his collection of theater reviews, profiling shows from the 2012-13 season.
Jim Steinman’s “Bat Out of Hell” arrives in New York City. Whether you’re a Meat Loaf or musical theater fan, it’s pure purgatory.
Academy Award nominee Jake Gyllenhaal and Tony Award nominee Tom Sturrdige bring two stories of life and loss to the Broadway stage.
Tony and Emmy Award winner Mandy Patinkin will launch a 30-city concert tour of “Mandy Patinkin in Concert: DIARIES” accompanied by Adam Ben-David on piano.
Today marks the 35th anniversary of Richard Burton’s death. The stage and screen actor appeared on Broadway eight times, perhaps most famously as Arthur in “Camelot.”
“Monica: This Play is Not About Monica Lewinsky” explores the profound effects of shame as seen through one of the White House’s greatest scandals.
The theater community mourns the loss of legendary director and producer Hal Prince.
Nealshow Productions presents Pat Radke’s zombie apocalyptic comedy, “Just Chilling” at Chicago’s Cornservatory Theatre.
Annie Golden stars in ‘Broadway Bounty Hunter,’ Joe Iconis’s musical about a middle-aged actress recruited to go on a secret mission to South America to capture a drug lord.
Al Blackstone’s “Freddie Falls in Love” is a romance gone awry. The Emmy-nominated director-choreographer’s dance play runs through August 3 at The Joyce.
Lincoln Center Theater presents ‘The Rolling Stone,’ a drama about two brothers at odds — one a gay man in a clandestine relationship, and the other a pastor who rails against the life his brother is forced to conceal.
Chicago’s Black Button Eyes Productions presents the Chicago premiere of David Malloy’s “Ghost Quartet.”
What rendition of “She Used to Be Mine” from “Waitress” do you like best? With the show posting its closing notice, we gathered some of our favorites!
Steppenwolf Theater presents a revival of Sam Shepard’s “True West,” a play that originally brought the company national attention.
Audiences are getting a first look at Tom Hooper’s film version of “CATS” starring Jennifer Hudson, Taylor Swift, James Corden and more.
The Broadway Blog takes a closer look at three musicals that played the first half of this year’s New York Musical Festival.