Cities across the United States are tightening their rules on vaccination and COVID guidelines, following in New York’s footsteps.
Award-winning choreographer Camille A. Brown has announced she is directing a Broadway revival of Ntozake Shange’s famed choreo-poem.
City Center has announced casting for its 21-22 season, which includes a revival of ‘Into the Woods’ with Ashley Park, Heather Headley, Christian Borle and Sara Bareilles.
Producers have moved up the opening night for “Pass Over,” the first play to open since the pandemic. Opening night is now scheduled for August 22.
Five playwrights share their vision for where theater is headed next as they introduce their works as part of Playwrights Horizons’ 21-22 season.
After more than a year of Zoom concerts, virtual interviews and Cameo appearances, many of Broadway’s best are ready to get back to work.
A recent ‘Funny Girl’ casting notice stated that the show’s two leads have already been cast, and Beanie Feldstein is rumored to play the title character.
The Public Theater’s Free Shakespeare in the Park reimagines “Merry Wives” as an ebullient celebration of African culture set in Harlem.
Welcome back to the Rock! The filmed version of the hit musical “Come From Away” will stream on Apple TV+ premiering September 10,
A Queens garden provides the backdrop for a new LGBTQ+ play, “Cory and Smin’s Love Conquers the Earth,” performed at Smiling Hogshead Ranch.
Mendoza, who played China Doll in the original film, takes over the role originated by Tony winner Karen Olivo.
The new Aretha Franklin biopic features a number of Broadway stars including Audra McDonald, Hayley Kilgore, Tituss Burgess, and Heather Headley.
Miguel Cervantes, who let the Chicago company, will star in the Broadway return of “Hamilton.” Performances resume September 14.
Want to see a Broadway show? You’re going to need a jab (or two, depending on which vaccine), The Broadway League has announced.
A new production of the Tony-winning ‘Hairspray’ is about to hit the road with Andrew Levitt aka Nina West as Edna Turnblad.
“This is more than a dream role,” said Lucy St. Louis, who made theater history this week as “The Phantom of the Opera”‘s first Black Christine Daaé.
Just as theaters are gearing up to open, COVID cases are putting some on pause, including The Public Theater’s “The Merry Wives of Windsor” and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Cinderella.”
Theatergoers ready for laughs can head to the Greenwich House Theatre this fall for Douglas Carter Beane’s new play, “Fairycakes.”
Broadway legend and Tony Award winner Lillias White releases her first studio album, ‘Get Yourself Some Happy!’
On July 20, Actors’ Equity Association announced that all actors and stage managers who have worked professionally in the United States are eligible to join the union
Drag superstars BenDeLaCreme and Jinkx Monsoon take their annual holiday show on the road, with stops in the UK, US and Canada.
Christine Baranski joins Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine to discuss the new book, “Putting It Together” about the creation of “Sunday in the Park with George.”
Cinderella won’t be going to the ball any time soon. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s latest musical has been forced to shutter due to a COVID-19 infection among the cast. A new opening date has not been announced.
The new ‘Diamond’ series at Feinstein’s/54 Below starts at $300 per ticket, with a line-up that includes Kelli O’Hara, Laura Benanti and more.
The signing of “In The Heights: Finding Home” marks The Drama Book Shop’s first booksigning event in its new home.