York Walker will receive the Vineyard Theatre’s inaugural Colman Domingo Award, presented to a multi-faceted Black male or male-identifying theatre artist to create new work.
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel has obsessed about deserving yet unproduced plays for decades. Now she’s sharing them with the world.
Allison Williams and Christopher Walken star in NBC’s live presentation of “Peter Pan,” streaming for free this weekend on The Shows Must Go On!
Danielle Brooks and Grantham Coleman co-star in Shakespeare in the Park’s ‘Much Ado About Nothing,’ streaming for free through June 7.
Off-Broadway’s formidable Irish Repertory Theatre forges ahead with a season of online programming celebrating the theater company’s rich cultural heritage over the last 32 years.
Theater companies, Broadway actors and commercial productions have released statements to stand in solidarity with #BlackLivesMatter.
A rare opportunity to watch National Theatre’s critically acclaimed production of “This House” by James Graham. Stream for free through June 4.
Laura Benanti and Zachary Levi star in Roundabout Theatre Company’s 2016 revival of ‘She Loves Me,’ now available on BroadwayHD.
Larry Kramer, the outspoken playwright and activist died on Wednesday morning at the age of 84. He authored ‘The Normal Heart’ and co-founded GMHC.
According to The Broadway League President Charlotte St. Martin, if theaters don’t reopen by the spring, the industry could be looking at a $2 billion loss.
Bob Avian (“A Chorus Line,” “Miss Saigon”) shares some of his triumphs and tribulations, now documented in his new memoir, “Dancing Man.”
Broadway actor Telly Leung releases the heartwarming song ‘You Matter” on Instagram, and can be seen in “Allegiance” on Broadway on Demand on May 29.
Watch Ben Platt (“The Politician,” “Dear Evan Hansen” accept the GLSEN Inspiration Award, introduced by Judith Light!
Watch Gillian Anderson star in the 2014 sold-out Young Vic production of ‘A Streetcar Named Desire.’ Available through May 28.
The National Theater may reduce its staff by 30 percent, while Shakespeare’s Globe could completely shutter. London theater needs a lifeline.
The Rodgers & Hammerstein Organization has launched fun, at-home activities to coincide with the free streaming of ‘The Sound of Music.’
CBS dissed the Tony Awards, but have no fear. Broadway on Demand and Broadway.com are each presenting content to celebrate Broadway’s special night.
Lea DeLaria and homages to Whitney Houston and Kylie Minogue are among the free streaming content offered next month by Joe’s Pub to celebrate LGBTQ Pride.
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel’s “Indecent” offers a captivating look at a play ahead of its time and the consequences of its production.
Award-winning actor Andrew Scott revisits the role written for him by Simon Stephens in a stark, intimate film adaption of ‘Sea Wall.’
As part of Spotify’s new Listen Local: New York City hub, 12 stations now offer theater-centric content including Broadway musicals, interviews and more.
More announcements of show postponements poured in this week, including the Broadway productions of “MJ the Michael Jackson Musical” and “Plaza Suite.”
How many lives does ‘Cats’ have? At least one more, thanks to ‘The Shows Must Go On!’ The streaming with commentary by Webber will benefit the Actors Fund.
Katrina Lenk is the latest Broadway star to join the ranks in the R&H Goes Pop! video series, performing ‘Something Good’ from ‘The Sound of Music’ film.
BroadwayHD presents the 2018 West End revival of this hilariously campy musical about a young star on the rise, and what she’ll do to get to the top.