It’ll take a handful of Hamiltons ($39.50 for adults) to enter the new “Hamilton: The Exhibition” opening in Chicago this April.
The night takes a bloody turn as a high school cheerleading squad gathers at the start of another season in the new musical ‘We Are The Tigers.’
Director and co-writer Jessie Nelson talks about the inspiration for “Alice by Heart,” a new musical from the creative team behind “Spring Awakening.”
Chicago’s Haven Theatre and About Face Theatre combine forces to present the Midwest premiere of the electric musical, “The Total Bent.”
Tony Award winner Kelli O’Hara chats about her latest role in the highly anticipated Broadway revival of “Kiss Me, Kate.”
Ben Platt releases a new music video, “Ease My Mind,” a preview to his highly anticipated LP “Sing to Me Instead, which drops March 29. A tour is also scheduled.
Chicago’s Raven Theatre presents a revival of Paula Vogel’s Pulitzer Prize-winning memory play about the complexities of sexual assault and the family ties that bind.
The Broadway musical “Be More Chill” is hosting an online karaoke contest, and the winner will be flown to NYC to perform live and see the show!
Are you going to have a Broadway Valentine’s Day? Thanks to cast recordings, you can get swept away by the romance no matter where you are.
“River Deep – Mountain High” is the first track to be released from the London cast recording of “Tina: The Tina Turner Musical.”
Sandra Marquez and Yasen Peyankov star in the Chicago premiere of Lucas Hnath’s play about what happens when one of Ibsen’s most famous characters returns to the life she left behind.
Jerry Mitchell directs and choreographs a jukebox musical about the life of British pop star Peter Noone at Paper Mill Play House.
Classic Stage Company presents adaptations of August Strindberg’s ‘Dance of Death’ and ‘Mies Julie’ in repertory.
Alice Ripley is set to star in Elise Forier Edie’s “The Pink Unicorn,” a one-woman play about a Christian widow whose 14-year-old daughter announces that she is “gender queer.”
Catch the best of Off-Broadway with our picks for 2-for-1 Off-Broadway Week (February 11-24)! From long-running hits closing in the coming months to revivals to…
Transport Group reimagines this Vietnam War-era play in a mesmerizing new Off-Broadway production directed by Jack Cummings III.
Critic Elisabeth Vincentelli chatted with Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage about her career and influences.
Playwright, screenwriter, producer, and now feature film director Theresa Rebeck discusses adapting her play ‘Poor Behavior’ for the screen.
Sarah Hammond, Shaina Taub, and Charlie Sohne were presented the 2019 Kleban Prize for Musical Theatre.
Santino Fontana and friends kicked off 92Y’s Lyrics & Lyricists series with a tribute to the works of Rodgers & Hart.
Ethan Hawke and Paul Dano star in the Broadway revival of ‘True West,’ Sam Shepard’s blustery 1980 play about sibling rivalry.
New York City Center presents ‘Call Me Madam’ as part of their 75th anniversary season, February 6-10.
Broadway Backwards returns on March 11. The benefit performance will feature gender-reversed and star-studded twists on classic and modern showtunes.
Eden Espinosa releases ‘Revelation,’ a new album featuring original songs, and is about to hit the road in the national tour of ‘Falsettos.’
Ghostlight Records will release Andrew Lippa’s musical exploration of the LGBTQ experience in America.