Helmed by Jim Caruso, Broadway’s legendary open mic night returns to Birdland Jazz Club beginning July 5 in the heart of Times Square.
Lincoln Center celebrates Pride Month with the plaza lit up with colorful lights. (Photo: Chris Lee) Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts celebrates Pride this…
The Jason Robert Brown-scored musical is coming to Netflix with a starry cast including Rhea Perlman and Debra Messing.
The Skivvies head to the Catskills for a one-night-only performance at the legendary Forestburgh Playhouse with special guest Tamika Lawrence.
The Pulitzer Prize winner’s album will feature tracks sung by a number of Broadway stars including Elizabeth Stanley, Adrienne Warren and others.
Katori Hall’s “The Hot Wing King” has been awarded the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. “Circle Jerk” by media-theater company Fake Friends was named a finalist.
The beloved bookshop is now open at its new location on 39th Street.
The Broadway Blog chats with three-time Tony Award nominee Joshua Henry about his new album “Guarantee” and his love for neo-soul.
Watch your favorite Broadway performers twerk it out for the annual Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS fundraiser with a finale filmed in Times Square.
Alan Cumming brings his legendary Club Cumming to the Kennebunkport Inn for a summer residency with a roster of special guests and performances.
“I am looking forward to bringing this show back with fire,” Aisha shared.
Planning a long-overdue trip to Broadway? Here’s a quick guide to what’s opening when!
Mary McColl will step down from her role when the terms of her contract expire in January 2022; she’ll have served in the leadership position for more than a decade.
A new musical-themed film festival will screen “In the Heights,” “Chicago,” “The Wizard of Oz,” “Little Shop of Horrors,” and “West Side Story” this summer.
It’s your last chance to see Broadway favorite Sutton Foster and friends in a streamed concert to benefit City Center.
Saoirse Ronan and James McArdle star as the conniving Scottish royals in Yaël Farber’s new production.
The Tony Awards has finally announced its broadcast date — but you’ll have to subscribe to Paramount+ to see the entire show.
The to-be auctioned items include Channing’s Academy Award nomination certificate, a costume from “Hello, Dolly!” and a tiara prop from “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.”
‘Hadestown’ gets out in front of the pack of Broadway reopenings, announcing its return on September 2. But who from the original cast will return has yet to be revealed.
The team behind “Circle Jerk” returns for another esoteric, lively virtual performance inspired by a love of the Bravo franchise.
We’ll take that steak with a side of sass! After a 15-month shutdown, Feinstein’s/54 Below will reopen its iconic red door for live performance on June 17.
Foster will return to the leading role of Reno Sweeney, which won her a Tony Award in 2011, after Mullally had to pull out of the production.
Finally! A first look at the film version of “Dear Evan Hansen,” starring Ben Platt in the role he created, along with Oscar-winner Julianne Moore.
Playbill, in partnership with Cadillac and The Neon Coven, will present its first-ever live concert event “Glimmer of Light” in celebration of Pride 2021.
“Celebrating Yosl – Joe Papp at 100” will celebrate the legendary producer’s impact on the theater and his continued legacy.