Tony Nominee Casey Nicholaw (Best Director) chat about working on “The Prom” and what it took to bring this heartfelt and high-energy musical to Broadway.
Terry Kinney directs a revival of “Curse of the Starving Class,” which delivers visual theatrics but doesn’t cast any spells with an emotionally uninvolved production.
Tortoise in a Nutshell’s ‘Feral’ combines puppetry, film, and live sound to create and destroy a world in front of its audience’s eyes.
Scott Siegel’s beloved “Broadway by the Year” series returned to The Town Hall, highlighting hits and flops from 1965 and 1978.
VACAYA has announced Kristin Chenoweth as the godmother of its inaugural cruise, along with appearances by Katherine McPhee, Alex Newell, Leslie Jordan, Lesli Margherita, and more.
“Miracle,” a new musical by Jason Brett and Michael Mahler, brings to life the Chicago Cubs’ long overdue 2016 World Series win.
San Francisco’s Feinstein’s at the Nikko celebrates Pride Month with an exciting line-up of artists.
York Theatre Company presents a revival of ‘Enter Laughing,’ a musical based on Carl Reiner’s semi-autobiographical novel that follows the misadventures of a star-struck teenager in 1930s NYC.
Chicago’s Tony Award-winning theater comany presents ‘The Winter’s Tale’ in a visually dynamic new production directed by Robert Falls.
Mary Testa chats about her Tony-nominated role in the explosive revival of “Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma!” now playing on Broadway.
Cirque du Soleil’s ‘Luzia’ celebrates the cultural and mystical qualities of Mexico in a thrilling show performed under a big top.
The new Off-Broadway play “Lockdown” takes an authentic, intimate and powerful look at the impact of long-term incarceration and the reality of what life inside prison is really like..
Cabaret, concert and recording artist Travis Moser makes his Green Room 42 debut with ‘Just One Look: The Songs of Linda Ronstadt.’
The Tony Award-winning actress continues to wow audiences in “King Lear.” Here are six insights about the legendary performer’s life.
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Santino Fontana stars in the musical version of “Tootsie,” based on the film about an actor who disguises himself as a woman to land a leading role.
The New York Pops honored music icon and activist Cyndi Lauper, kicking off a season of Cyndi that includes appearances at WorldPride and the Hollywood Bowl.
The Broadway Blog chats with Drew Redington, currently appearing in the Tony-nominated musical, “The Prom.”
The Chicago premiere of Lucy Kirkwood’s Tony-nominated play, “The Children,” portrays a pair of retired nuclear scientists, startled by a visit from a former colleague.
A young refugee washes ashore on the eve of a sacred solstice, igniting political chaos and giving birth to an unexpected new leader. It’s your last chance to see “Atlantis” at Virginia Rep.
The Mad Ones return with another mesmerizingly subtle theatrical exploration of human behavior with ‘Mrs. Murray’s Menagerie.’
Taylor Mac’s bloody absurdist comedy invigorates Broadway, starring Nathan Lane, Kristen Nielsen and Julie White. Directed by George C. Wolfe.
The race is on! Check out this year’s Tony Award nominations, including “Hadestown,” “To Kill a Mockingbird,” “Ink,” “Tootsie,” “The Ferryman,” “Oklahoma!” and more.
The venerable Off-Broadway theater company launches its first full season in their new Hell’s Kitchen home.
“Beetlejuice,” the $21 million movie-to-musical Broadway adaptation, ranges from laugh-out-loud to offensive. It’s enough to kill your taste for theater.