Broadway Bares will celebrate 30 years of baring it all with Broadway Bares: XXX, a one-night-only extravaganza of provocative new production numbers.
The Joyce Theater will honor Pride 2022 with the debut of acclaimed, boundary-shattering movement artist Christopher Williams.
The new musical ends its third Broadway engagement at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre on May 29 citing “family audiences have not returned as soon as we anticipated,” per the producer.
Spring has sprung, and if you’re not busy taking in all of the Tony nominees, head to one of New York’s smaller theaters for an Off-Broadway treat!
‘A Strange Loop’ and ‘The Lehman Trilogy’ lead the pack as Tony Award nominators spread the love among a wide array of new Broadway shows.
James Ijames won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama for his new play “Fat Ham,” and two finalists were also announced yesterday.
Michael R. Jackson’s searing, Pulitzer-winning musical, leads the pack with 11 nominations, and other heavy hitters include ‘The Lehman Trilogy,’ ‘Paradise Square,’ and ‘MJ.’
The critically acclaimed Broadway revival of for colored girls who have considered suicide / when the rainbow is enuf will close May 22, cutting short its run by three months.
The Tony Awards announced this week that Academy Award winner and Tony Award nominee, Ariana DeBose (West Side Story, Summer: The Donna Summer Musical), will host the 75th Annual…
Tracy Letts’ “The Minutes” takes audiences inside a small-town city council meeting, which unravels as the town’s true origins are revealed.
Critics weight in on three dazzling productions that opened on Broadway this week, just in time for Tony Award eligibilities.
Ntozake Shange’s “for colored girls who have considered suicide/ when the rainbow is enuf” arrives on Broadway.
Michael R. Jackson’s ‘A Strange Loop’ bursts onto Broadway, and there’s no looking back.
Fresh off recent hit runs in Las Vegas and New York, ‘Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man’ hits Chicago like a glitter bomb after a two-year pandemic trance.
This year marks the 75th annual Tony Awards, and nominations will now be announced on May 9 at 9 AM from a YouTube livestream.
Mary-Louise Parker and David Morse return to the roles they created in the Broadway revival of “How I Learned to Drive.”
The new Broadway comedy ‘POTUS’ has announced how audiences can score tickets through day-of purchases and a digital lottery.
Changemakers such as drag artists, activists, and producers join the landmark TEDxBroadway TEN on May 17, which will be both online and in person.
“The Little Prince” seeks to serve a narrative that, for all its reputed literary appeal, seems as alien to theatre as its title character is to Earth.
Darren Criss, Laurence Fishburne, and Sam Rockwell star in a revival of “American Buffalo,” controversial playwright David Mamet’s 1975 drama about masculinity.
Jay Binder, known for casting some of Broadway’s biggest hits such as “Beauty and the Beast” and “The Lion King,” passed away at the age of 71.
A lifetime is portrayed in 90 minutes as Debra Messing gracefully ages a century in the Broadway premiere of “Birthday Candles.”
Whatever Lola wants, Lola gets! The title character of the Tony-winning “Kinky Boots” is stepping back on the stage, this time Off-Broadway.
André De Shields will play his final performance as Hermes in the Tony-winning “Hadestown” on May 29.
Joel Grey headed to Times Square with theater legends, Bernadette Peters, Donna Murphy, and Bebe Neuwirth, to mark the occasion.