Ryan J. Haddad brings his latest solo show, “Falling For Make Believe,” to Joe’s Pub as part of its annual Under the Radar Festival.
Isaac Mizrahi brings his latest collection of stories and songs to New York City’s Café Carlyle for a three-week run, followed by tour dates.
U.S. high school student can enter the musical theater songwriting challenge, with the chance to have their work recorded and published.
Actor-writer Ryan J. Haddad chats about his new solo work, “Falling For Make Believe,” appearing on Netflix’s hit show, “The Politician,” and what’s in store for 2020.
Stay warm in the theatre this January with these three openings! “Emojiland,” “A Soldier’s Play,” and “The Confession of Lily Dare” are our top picks of the month.
Inspired by the 1994 Academy Award-winning film, “Trevor: The Musical” arrives Off-Broadway featuring book and lyrics by Dan Collins and music by Julianne Wick Davis.
Ephraim Sykes will play the title role in ‘MJ,’ a new musical based on the life of Michael Jackson. The rest of the cast has been announced, including Quentin Earl Darrington and Whitney Bashor. Christopher Wheeldon will direct and choreograph.
Is the Metropolitan Opera House too stuffy for you? How about the basement of one of New York City’s most popular barbecue joints instead? On…
The New York Pops returns to Carnegie Hall for an evening of Rodgers and Hammerstein featuring Broadway stars Laura Michelle Kelly and Max von Essen.
The Broadway Blog spoke to some of the best theater professionals in the business in 2019. Some of our favorites included Kristin Chenoweth, Becca Blackwell, Stephen Brackett, Kelli O’Hara, Casey Nicholaw and more. Read them all!
Director Richard Jones stages an epic adaption of Ödön von Horváth’s 1937 cautionary play, “Judgment Day,” about a town’s response to a tragic accident.
The theater community remembers the legendary Jerry Herman, composer of such hits as “Hello, Dolly!,” “Mame,” and “La Cage aux Folles.”
Topping this year’s list are “A Strange Loop,” “Jagged Little Pill” and interviews with Becca Blackwell, Jessie Mueller, Austin McCormick and more.
Have a listen to our favorite performers singing holiday songs familiar and new, including Idina Menzel, Jeremy Jordan, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Norm Lewis, Kelli O’Hara, Kristin Chenoweth, Sierra Boggess and Lindsay Mendez.
Steppenwolf’s Chicago premiere of Clare Barron’s “Dance Nation” offers a hilarious, intimate and visceral peek into the life of teen girls through the lens of a dance troupe vying for a national win.
A small Idaho town provides the backdrop for Samuel D. Hunter’s play, “Greater Clements,” now at Lincoln Center Theater through January 19.
South Africa’s Ladysmith Black Mamabazo returns to Steppenwolf Theatre Co. for a clumsy love story that fails to celebrate sweet home Chicago.
Broadw.ai, Amazon Pay and Telecharge have partnered with “Phantom of the Opera” to launch a new Alexa skill, enabling theatergoers to search and purchase tickets.
Caitlin Jackson triumphantly returns as the Divine Miss M in Hell in a Handbag Productions’ “Bette: Xmas at the Continental Baths.”
Broadway veteran Ken Jennings performs ‘The Gospel of John’ as a solo work in the oral traditions of the Bible. Directed by John Pietrowski.
Lucas Hnath’s “The Thin Place” converges the living with those beyond in a séance-like atmosphere that’s at once intimate and theatrical.
Inspired by the 10th anniversary of his HIV diagnosis, Donja R. Love’s ‘one in two’ explores what it means to be black, queer and positive.
’42 Ft – A Menagerie of Mechanical Marvels’ (Photo: Maike Schulz) By April Stamm How do you fill a 42-foot diameter space with wonder, excitement,…
The Builders Association deconstructs and reconstructs the famous 1939 film, ‘The Wizard of Oz.’
Packed with love, death, friendship and filial angst, ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ arrives in San Francisco but in spite of its polish, feels occasionally over-indulgent.