Both hilarious and heartfelt, Tori Scott helps ring in the season through story and song.
Campbell Scott headlines Jack Thorne’s new adaptation of the Charles Dickens classic, “A Christmas Carol,” offering a visual holiday feast for theatergoers.
Several current productions reference the impact of AIDS on the theater community by subject matter and their creators.
some of us may have slept through the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Fortunately, The Broadway Blog did a YouTube dive to find some of our favorite moments!
In ‘Everything Is Super Great,’ a well-meaning, if somewhat dysfunctional, art therapist shows up on a teenager’s doorstep to help him face his grief.
Adrienne Warren’s stratospheric performance transforms ‘Tina – The Tina Turner Musical’ from jukebox to jugular in a can’t-miss role of a lifetime.
New York City Center presents a lukewarm reimagining of ‘Evita,’ Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s pop opera about the legendary Eva Perón.
In Prospect Theater Company’s ‘Einstein’s Dreams,’ a young and uncertain Einstein dares to envision new worlds beyond the limits of classical physics.
Renowned scientist Marie Curie and radical engineer Hertha Ayrton’s friendship comes to life in a new play written for Audible through its Emerging Playwrights Fund.
Two Broadway productions offer limited-run alternatives for family audiences headed to New York City this holiday season, but are they work the big-ticket prices?
The theatrical chefs need to return to the kitchen to rework the recipe for this unpalatable interactive dinner theater experience.
Arlington, Virginia’s Signature Theatre presents an intimate and emotionally resounding revival of the Tony Award-winning musical “A Chorus Line.”
In “Broadbend, Arkansas,” an African-American family grapples with decades of inequality, violence, and suppression in the South.
David Byrne brings his album “American Utopia” to life in a dynamic, theatrical setting with an unencumbered band taking the stage.
Scott Bradley’s solo show, “Packing,” tackles a three-decade odyssey of reinvention and self-discovery. Directed by Chay Yew.
Playwright-director Richard Nelson returns with “The Michaels,” his latest installment about modern-day America.
Producer Eva Price (“Jagged Little Pill) and director Sammi Cannold (“Evita”) share insights about their upcoming productions.
Peter Dinklage (“Game of Thrones”) stars in “Cyrano,” a new musical adaptation of Edmond Rostand’s 1897 play about unrequited love and ghostwritten letters.
“Something wicked this way comes…” but for all the wrong reasons in Classic Stage Company’s gloomy production of Shakespeare’s “Macbeth.”
Katori Hall’s “Hoodoo Love” receives a gripping production by Chicago’s Raven Theatre.
Theresa Rebeck’s Off-Broadway play, “Seared,” examines the underbelly of a fledgling Brooklyn restaurant on the brink of success.
Chicago’s Red Theater presents a new translation of “You Are Happy,” Rébecca Déraspe’s play about an unusual attempt to create happiness in a makeshift romance.
“Dear Evan Hansen”‘s four leading men unite to perform “For Forever,” featuring new vocal arrangements by Alex Lacamoire and guitar arrangement by Dillon Kondor.
Matt Williams’ Off-Broadway thriller, “Fear,” is cringe-worthy for all the wrong reasons.
Chicago’s First Floor Theater presents “Sugar in Our Wounds,” an emotionally compelling play about unchartered love as the end of slavery nears.