The Show Tracker, a new feature of the Broadway app, consolidates and shares ever-changing information about production openings.
“Come on, babe, why don’t we paint the town?” And why? “Chicago” is returning to Broadway beginning September 14.
Tony Award winner Stephanie J. Block tweeted, “Broadway can’t JUST reopen, it must reset. It must be a more safe and equitable space.”
As with “Diana,” “Hamilton,” and an increasing number of staged shows, producers and creators are looking for new ways to share theater with audiences while Broadway remains dark.
Writer Antoinette Nwandu and Danya Taymor will each make their Broadway debuts in this updated production of Nwandu’s Lortel-winning play.
On May 20 at “Uncharted”, Shaina Taub will debut new music created during, and responding to, this moment of change and reflection.
For those awaiting Beth Leavel’s eventual turn as Miranda Priestly, you can now whet your appetite with a virtual performance from the Tony winner May 10-12.
A firm date has been announced for full-capacity occupancy in Broadway theaters. Several long-running shows plan on jointly announcing their return.
Incorporating the musical’s iconic mask, the AR tool is Broadway’s first to allow people to assume the look of a character on the social media platform.
The governor announced that come May 19, “state-mandated capacity restrictions in New York City will be lifted,” meaning Broadway can reopen.
Producers of the much-awaited revival of ‘The Secret Garden’ are giving fans a first look at the workshop through a livestream event premiering May 6.
Bernadette Peters returns to host Broadway Barks, benefitting animals rescues across the country and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
Emerald Fennell who just won an Oscar for ‘Promising Young Woman,’ is also writing the book for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s ‘Cinderella.’
Here is a first look at Steven Spielberg’s anticipated movie remake of “West Side Stoy,” starring Ansel Elgort and Rachel Zegler as the star-crossed lovers.
Sutton Foster and friends gather at City Center for a concert celebrating Broadway’s best before she returns this fall in a revival of ‘The Music Man.’
New York City entices the best of the best, whether it’s fashion or theater. Michael Kors debuted his 40th-anniversary collection (fall/winter 2021) in the heart…
Critics and artists have watched advance screeners, and positive buzz is already swirling around the highly anticipated summer blockbuster.
Citing an industry too capitalistic and white supremacist to change, the Tony Award winner speaks out about leaving the Broadway musical.
New York Theatre Workshop artistic director James C. Nicola has announced his departure in June 2022. The theater has helped bring to life ‘RENT,’ ‘Hadestown,’ ‘Slave Play’ and countless other productions.
The 2021 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize has been awarded to Erika Dickerson-Despenza for her play about the Flint, Michigan water crisis, “cullad wattah.”
A jukebox musical featuring 40-some songs by The Beatles will be staged in Europe in 2022.
The experimental venue that was home to ‘The Jungle’ and ‘Oklahoma!’ will host in-person audiences on April 15 and 16 headlined by The Bengsons.
The musical features no women on the principal creative team but eyes a Broadway run following a premiere in Boston next summer.
Broadway Records has released a concept recording of Little Black Book, a new musical based on the infamous Hollywood madam of the 90s.
This April marks the 50th anniversary of Stephen Sondheim and James Goldman’s “Follies.” Here’s a look at some of our favorite moments from the musical.