Jim Steinman’s “Bat Out of Hell” finally arrives in New York City. One of its stars, Christina Bennington, talks about singing Meatloaf’s iconic music.
Director Mary Zimmerman gives the classic musical “The Music Man” a fresh spin — and audiences are going wild.
Director Stephen Brackett discusses the seven-year process of bringing Michael R. Jackson’s musical, “A Strange Loop,” to the stage.
(l to r) Jasmine Chiu and PeiJu Chien-Pott in ‘Dragon Spring Phoenix Rise.’ (Photo Stephanie Berger. Courtesy The Shed.) By Matthew Wexler “Maybe if you…
Rip Torn (Photo: Tinseltown/Shutterstock.com) Rip Torn, one of the leading stage actors of his generation and an Emmy Award-winner for his portrayal of the deliciously devious…
The cast of Kokandy Productions’ Chicago premiere of ‘Head Over Heels.’ (Photo: Michael Brosilow) by Lauren Emily Whalen There’s a moment in the first act…
Today’s Broadway birthdays include Anjelica Huston, Billy Crudup and Kevin Bacon. Find out what Broadway shows they’ve appeared in, along with a special Broadway backward edition of “Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon!”
Five Broadway musicals are closing this August. Should you see them or skip them? Here’s a recap of how critics responded!
A new biographical musical telling the incredible life story of singer-songwriter Neil Diamond is currently in development for Broadway.
The hit musical “Kinky Boots” struts onto the digital platform BroadwayHD on the heels of its record-breaking Broadway and West End runs.
Broadways stars including Shoshana Bean, Wilson Cruz, and George Salazar will join the World Pride finale, singing “Seasons of Love” from “Rent.”
Set in Uganda, Chris Urch’s new play, “The Rolling Stone,” follows the explosive path of two brothers at odds.
Twins Jack and Benny Lipson (aka jackbenny) showcase their new work at New York city’s legendary Birdland for one night only on July 16.
Michael R. Jackson’s new musical, “A Strange Loop,” follows a young artist at war with a host of demons — not least of which, the punishing thoughts in his own head.
The coveted Jimmy Awards were held last night, crowning two high schoolers with Best Performance Awards and potential scholarships to the prestigious NYU Tisch School of the Arts.
A world premiere opera commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising and the beginning of the modern LGBTQ civil rights movement.
BoHo Theatre presents Tony Award-winning playwright Jez Butterworth’s “The River.” Part thriller, part ghost story, the play tells a tale of love, loss, and patterns of pain.
A viral YouTube video sparks a global spectacle in Barbara Hammond’s “We Are Pussy Riot (or) Everything is P.R,” now playing at Chicago’s Red Tape Theatre.
Rob Ackerman’s “Dropping Gumballs on Luke Wilson” takes a hard-hitting and satirical look at power in the workplace in Theresa Rebeck’s NYC theatrical directing debut.
“RuPaul’s Drag Race” winner Jinkx Monsoon brought her latest show to Joe’s Pub to celebrate the release of her recent album, “The Ginger Snapped.”
Theatre EVOLVE presents the world premiere of “Human Resource(s),” Sara Means’ new play about the rabid world of office politics.
Julie Andrews-obsessed Sarah-Louise Young shares stories, anecdotes and songs about Andrews’s life.
Drag vocal trio Stephanie’s Child makes a rare appearance at New York City’s Sony Hall.
Susan Lucci, Telly Leung and Cady Huffman lead an all-star cast in the annual benefit concert presented by Broadway Sings for Pride.
Christopher Shinn’s play, “Dying City,” portrays the relationships between a young widow, her deceased husband, and his twin brother.