Tracy Letts’ “Linda Vista” unravels what happens to a man who, at 50 years old, should have it all but finds himself empty-handed.
The full Broadway cast for “Company” has been announced. Jennifer Simard, Christopher Fitzgerald, and others join Katrina Lenk and Patti LuPone.
Michael Mayer directs a slick revival of the hit Off-Broadway musical, “Little Shop of Horrors,” starring Jonathan Groff and Tammy Blanchard.
Gerard Alessandrini returns with “Forbidden Broadway: The Next Generation,” a parody of Broadways latest musicals and plays.
Playwright Fouad Teymour’s “Twice, Thrice, Frice…” examines the complex relationships among three Muslim women and their friendships, fidelity and faith.
Judy Garland’s early years come to life in ‘Chasing Rainbows’ at Paper Mill Playhouse under the direction and choreography of Denis Jones.
Great Performances returns this November to broadcast five new productions including “Rodgers & Hammerstein’s The King and I,” “Kiinky Boots” and more.
ABIAH, a soul singer with a soaring vocal range, takes on the Madonna songbook for his forthcoming album and recent Joe’s Pub concert.
The whole doesn’t equal the sum of its parts in Ross Golan’s ‘The Wrong Man,’ now playing Off-Broadway at MCC Theater.
BoHo Theatre presents an emotionally and visually stunning revival of “Big Fish,” featuring a score by Andrew Lippa.
In Sideshow Theatre Company’s “X,” a distant space station provides the backdrop for a dystopian thriller that loses oxygen midway.
Rachel Bonds’ play with music about two sisters in a small Southern town fails to capture the full crescendo of a family in crisis.
Chicago’s Hell in a Handbag Productions offers a ghoulish twist on “The Facts of Life” perfect for the Haloween season.
Shows to see this month include “Tina” on Broadway, a new edition of “Forbidden Broadway,” and Harvey Fierstein’s one-person show, “Bella Bella.”
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Jonathan Pryce and Eileen Atkins star in “The Height of the Storm,” Florian Zeller’s latest play to tackle the subject of dementia.
Inclusive casting and a new take on the plant with an appetite for humans make Pasadena Playhouse’s “Little Shop of Horrors” a theatrical feast.
Japanese director Satoshi Miyagi brings his visually stunning production of ‘Antigone’ to New York City’s Park Avenue Armory.
New York Theatre Workshop presents two of Nigerian-American playwright Mfoniso Udofia plays.
“The Green Room,” an Off-Broadway musical playing at the American Theatre of Actors, can’t find its footing in song or style.
Kristin Chenoweth’s new album, “For the Girls,” releases today. The Emmy and Tony Award-winner chats with The Broadway Blog.
BroadwayHD’s fall lineup includes spooky theatrical favorites such as “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street,” “Jekyll & Hyde,” “The Toxic Avenger,” and more.
Theresa Rebeck’s “Bernhardt/Hamlet” explores one of the world’s greatest actresses taking on a legendary role but, ironically, is too dependent on the words of men to tell an ostensibly female story.
Gingold Theatrical Group’s reductionist staging of “Caesar and Cleopatra” strips so much that little intellectual, dramatic, or comic clarity shines forth in George Bernard Shaw’s provocative play.
Today marks the 32 years since the death of legendary choreographer and director Bob Fosse. The Broadway Blog shares some of our favorite Fosse moments.