Vinny DePonto brings his evening of “mind control,” predictions and thought readings to a live performance created specially for online audiences.
Irondale reunites past participants of ‘To Protect, Serve, and Understand,’ a 10-week theater workshop that fosters communicaiton betwen police and the community.
MCC Theater’s annual gala, which showcases Broadway’s best singing songs from roles they’d likely never play, streams online through September 17.
Get your fix of Broadway’s best with three weeks of leading ladies as Judy Kuhn, Lillias White and Beth Leavel appear on The Seth Concert Series.
We could all use a fairy tale about now. Andrew Lloyd Webber has unveiled a new song from his upcoming new musical, “Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cinderella.”
The entertainment world mourns the loss of Dame Diana Rigg, who died on September 10. Rigg was known for her roles in ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘The Avengers.’
His cultural legacy at one of the country’s most formidable papers lasted 27 years, but come October, Ben Brantley will no longer be the chief theater critic of the New York Times.
Oh, how we wish for the drama — both onstage and off — of the theater. Could the 1970 Tony Award-winning ‘Applause’ be ready for a revival?
In a bold move, Lincoln Center Theater has commissioned large-scale works from three playwrights for its Tony-eligible Vivian Beaumont Theater.
A special memorial video was created as part of Broadway on Demmand’s tribute to Nick Cordero, who died of COVID-19 complications.
‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ alum Nina West stars in Short North Stage’s new production of ‘When Pigs Fly,’ available to stream September 21-30.
Adapted last year for the stage by Leicester’s Curve Theater and several UK theater companies, “My Beautiful Laundrette” is now available for free streaming.
The American Theatre Critics Association has awarded Stephanie Alison Walker the Primus Prize, given to an emerging female playwright, for “The Madres.”
Award-winning director John Scheinfeld will helm a new documentary about Stephen Schwartz, the prolific composer of ‘Wicked,’ ‘Godspell’ and more.
The Tony Awards Committee met for the final time to determine elegibility for this season’s awards, to be presented digitally in the fall.
Producer Michael Urie presents Drew Droege’s one-man show, “Happy Birthday Doug,” a wild hour-long celebration of modern gay culture with tons of wine.
Broadway On Demand will stream a celebratory memorial tribute honoring Tony Award nominee Nick Cordero on September 6.
Grab your laptop, favorite cocktail, and come prepared with questions for Chita Rivera during a weekly interactive happy hour with industry professionals.
The grant will be awarded U.S.-based artists for making cutting-edge dance and movement-based performance work. Queer|Art encourages self-identified women, gender-nonconforming, and nonbinary artists to apply.
We’ve all been wondering how the American Theatre Wing would handle the Tony Awards due to the abbreviated Broadway season and COVID-19. The answer, like everything else this year, take it online.
From storytelling through song with Tituss Burgess to learning the can-can with cast members from “Moulin Rouge!,” Airbnb is raising the curtain for at-home theater experiences.
Chicago’s Goodman Theatre announces its 2021 season, including a musical adaptation of “The Outsiders” and a new play by Doug Wright starring Sean Hayes from “Will & Grace.”
92Y presents director Don Hahn and cast members from some of Disney’s most famous animated films as they discuss the life & work of lyricist Howard Ashman.
Theater news of the week includes the opening of ‘Godspell,’ Andrew Lloyd Webber’s COVID-19 trial vaccination, and a dispute between Scott Rudin and SpotCo.
MCC Theater brings together stars of stage and screen to sing songs from roles in which they would never be cast. Watch for free on YouTube on September 13.