The theater world mourns the loss of legendary critic and playwright Eric Bentley, who died at his Manhattan home on August 5 at the age of 103.
Karl Saint Lucy’s queer song cycle, “Different Stars: A Reckoning with Time, Trauma, and Circumstance,” premieres on August 15.
The show must go on! Don’t miss the first-ever online version of Broadway Bares, which raises funds for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
“I’m starting to create a queer theater company that is modern and right now,” says PrideArts’ newly appointed artistic director Donterrio Johnson.
The annual fundraising event for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS will live on digitally through streamed sizzling striptease featuring NYC’s hottest dancers.
Leading producers and artists like Cameron Mackintosh and Andrew Lloyd Webber rally a cry for help from Britain’s government to save theaters.
Composer Alan Menken became the 16th person to achieve EGOT status last night, winning a Daytime Emmy Award for best original song in a children’s, young adult or animated program.
A new organization employs a 3-part action plan to increase work opportunities for Black theater pros.
Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen’s documentary-style feature for The Public Theater draws inspiration from interviews with NYC frontline medical workers.
Broadway star Ethan Slater releases his new EP, “Life is Weird,” featuring three original tracks. Produced in collaboration with Mike Dobson.
The creative team, Broadway and London cast members gather for a ‘Be More Chill’ podcast reunion on Wednesday, July 22.
Stream for free the National Theatre’s captivating revival of ‘Amadeus,’ directed by Michael Longhurst and featuring Lucian Msamati as Salieri.
PBS broadcasts The Met’s recent revival of ‘Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess,” co-starring Eric Owns and Angel Blue and directed by James Robinson.
Lincoln Center is offering a series of public and private events focused on addressing disability justice through artistry, career development and audience engagement.
“Hamilton” jam session, Betty Buckley, Shoshana Bean and Adrienne Warren are just some of the surprises you’ll find in this week’s Broadway video picks.
Transport Group’s critically acclaimed world premiere musical, “Broadbend, Arkansas” will stream for free beginning July 20.
One of the greatest female stage roles in contemporary theater comes to life in the National Theatre’s devastating post-war masterpiece, “The Deep Blue Sea,” by Terence Rattigan.
Jason Alexander and Sheri Renee Scott star in ‘The Portuguese Kid’ by Academy Award and Pulitzer Prize winner John Patrick Shanley. Streaming on BroadwayHD.
Drew Droege’s hilarious one-person show “Bright Colors and Bold Patterns” about a Palm Springs gay wedding is now streaming on BroadwayHD.
Longtime press agent Keith Sherman discusses his 30-year theater career, the impact of coronavirus, and how to live an authentic life even when a show is a flop.
“Les Blancs” is a powerful work that confronts the hope and tragedy of revolution, and marks the National Theatre debut of the multi-award-winning director Yaël Farber.
Broadway actor Nick Cordero succumbed to COVID-19 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on July 5.
To celebrate Betty Buckly’s birthday, we’ve compiled a watchlist of our favorite performances from the star of stage and screen.
“I knew that it was special. I knew that it was brilliant. I didn’t know that it would be a force in a cultural movement,” says Sydney James Harcourt of ‘Hamilton.’
Even a pandemic can’t stop the laughs thanks to Hell in a Handbag Productions’ new online offering, “THE GOLDEN GIRLS: The Lost Episodes, Vol. 4 – LOCKDOWN!”