“To Kill a Mockingbird”‘s LaTanya Richardson Jackson to direct the new stage revival starring Danielle Brooks and Samuel L. Jackson.
Some of the many stars who are offering meet and greets, coachings, and more include Andrew Barth Feldman, Kerry Butler, Jenn Colella, and Alex Brightman.
Chicago’s Goodman Theatre will offer free on-demand content from its “video vault” from March 15 through May 9.
Ramin Karimloo, Sharon D. Clarke, Cassidy Janson and Carrie Hope Fletcher star in solo concerts this March at the London Coliseum.
To celebrate Women’s History Month, we highlight 10 iconic female characters and the actresses who have brought them to life.
Creators Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman, director Jerry Zaks, and the original Off-Broadway cast will reunite on March 8 to discuss this landmark musical.
Vulnerable and vibrant, raw and alive, “Thoughts of a Colored Man” weaves spoken word, slam poetry and rhythm into a mosaic of the inner lives of Black men.
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts today announced Restart Stages, a sweeping initiative that will create 10 outdoor performance and rehearsal spaces.
Start your engines — the cinemersive drive-in experience Radial Park at Halletts Point Play will return this Spring with the iconic film, ‘The Blues Brothers.’
Liza’s turning 75! The consummate film star, theater legend, and cultural icon will celebrate her milestone birthday with — how else? — a star-studded concert that will premiere on March 12.
Oscar Wilde’s classic book about youth, beauty, and hedonism is now being adapted for the digital stage next month, touting a starry cast and a contemporary take.
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS this week provided a record $2,452,500 in grants to 131 food service and meal delivery programs in 37 states, Puerto Rico and Washington, DC.
Categories like “Broadway Musicals” or “Tony Award Winners” are no strangers to “Jeopardy!”, but this week theater buffs would have won big if the knew the correct response to Monday night’s Final Jeopardy clue.
“Something wonderful” is coming to the silver screen! Paramount Pictures has acquired the rights to Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “The King and I.”
See which U.S. presidents have been fictionalized on stage! There have been more than Alexander Hamilton —how about FDR, Andrew Jackson and more?
Legendary theater district restaurateur Joe Allen died at age 87 — here are some of the memories of those who loved him and his iconic venues.
David Rockwell’s new book, ‘Drama,’ releasing May 12, offers an insider’s look at one of the most prolific designers and architects of our generation.
New York plans to jumpstart the reopening of the arts industry through pop-up concerts and events over 100 days featuring some of Broadway’s biggest stars.
BroadwayHD celebrates Valentine’s Day with new romantic titles.
Oscar, Tony, and Emmy winner Christopher Plummer dies at 91. Look back at his decades-spanning career.
Alton Fitzgerald White, Lillias White and André De Shields join Flushing Town Hall for a series of events commemorating Black History Month.
This year’s Golden Globe nominations offer a nod to Broadway, with ‘Hamilton,’ ‘The Prom,’ and ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’ recognized.
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and composer Michael R. Jackson kicks off TCG’s First Friday with a discussion about his musical, ‘A Strange Loop.’
You will be found at the movies! On September 24, the film adaptation of ‘Dear Evan Hansen,’ starring Ben Platt, will premiere in theaters.
The National Theatre has set its release date for its production of “Romeo & Juliet” starring Josh O’Connor and Jessie Buckley.