A new YouTube channel, The Show Must Go On, will be streaming Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musicals for free in the coming weeks, including the rarely seen “By Jeeves.”
Best-selling author Jacqueline Wilson’s “Hetty Feather” comes to life in a family-friendly stage production, now available on BroadwayHD.
New York City’s mammoth multi-disciplinary venue celebrates its one-year anniversary with a new documentary about its evolution.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Celia Keenan-Bolger, Zachary Quinto, and Ari Graynor star in a live reading of ‘Lips Together, Teeth Apart.’
Audra McDonald embodied the legendary Billie Holiday in “Lady Day at Emersons Bar & Grill,” now available for streaming on BroadwayHD.
Tony Award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell announced via Instagram that he has tested positive for COVID-19.
Harriet Walter stars in an all-female production of “The Tempest,” which first premiered at London’s Donmar Warehouse. Directed by Phyllidia Lloyd.
Actors Theatre Direct will stream two of the plays previously scheduled for the Humana Festival and additional free content on social media.
The National Theatre will release a new production each Thursday on YouTube, which will be accessible for free streaming for seven days.
Alan Yeong-Marcello and Nan Stephens of the University of West Georgia’s Department of Theatre are now two of the thousands of people who are coming together to help humanity battle Coronavirus by sewing masks for the medical community.
The theater community continues to hunker down in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. No date has been announced for Broadway’s re-opening, and the Tony Awards have been postponed.
Before he was Wolverine, Hugh Jackman starred in the 1998 London revival of “Oklahoma!” — now is your chance to watch it for free on BroadwayHD
The Rodgers & Hammerstein Organization’s “R&H Goes Pop!” launches a new spin-off series, “R&H Goes Live!” on YouTube, hosted by Laura Osnes.
Tony Award-winning playwright Terrence McNally has died at the age of 81 due to complications from COVID-19.
From Rosie O’Donnell to Brian Stokes Mitchell, Seth Rudessky and Stephanie J. Block, stars are coming out to lend their voices and raise much-needed funds in the fight against COVID-19.
Happy birthday, Andrew Lloyd Webber! Here are some of our favorite performances from the hit composer’s repertoire.
“Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” will not open when Broadway resumes performances, due to ensuing cast scheduling conflicts amid the shutdown.
Patti LuPone in the London revival of “Company.” (Photo: Brinkhoff/Moegenburg) We’re celebrating musical theater icon Stephen Sondheim’s 90th birthday in an unprecedented fashion. We stayed…
Rosie O’Donnell gathers some of her favorite Broadway performers for an epic (virtual) night of entertainment to benefit The Actors Fund.
The Coalition of Broadway Unions and Guilds (COBUG) calls on New York City and state to provide emergency assistance to arts workers impacted by COVID-19.
Director, teacher, writer and mentor to countless theater artists, Gerald Freedman has died at the age of 92.
Broadway favorite Laura Benanti put out a call on Instagram for #SunshineSongs to celebrate and honor those whose shows were canceled due to COVID-19.
Seth Rudetsky and his husband, producer James Wesley, will launch “Stars in the House” featuring virtual concerts and interviews with Broadway’s best to benefit The Actors Fund.
The One-Minute Play Festival is calling upon anyone interested in submitting a very short play in response to these turbulent times.
While some shows may be able to weather the storm, others may postpone until the fall or lose all momentum for opening on The Great White Way.