The all-star cast — including Meryl Streep, James Corden, Nicole Kidman, Kerry Washington and more — comments on what made filming so special.
Ars Nova’s 24-hour livestream featured more than 200 artists, taking inspiration from classic TV telethons.
Based on the annual TCG Fiscal Survey, Theatre Facts is the only in-depth report that examines the attendance, performance, and overall fiscal state of the U.S. professional nonprofit theatre.
Last night on “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” playwright Jeremy O. Harris announced The Golden Collection, composed of 15 plays by prominent Black playwrights including “Slave Play.”
Many Broadway Across America purchasers donated the cost of their unused tickets to BC/EFA, with the John Gore Organization contributing additional funds.
Ana Gasteyer, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Vanessa Williams and Split Britches are among this weekend’s streaming highlights.
Tony-nominated director Robert O’Hara helms an all-star cast for an audio version of Tennessee Williams’ ‘A Streetcar Named Desire.’
Live & In Color will be kicking it old school this month with ‘2020 Roasting on an Open Fire,’ a retro online holiday special premiering December 17.
Hold on to your sugarplums and get ready for a holiday drag spectacular that’s as magical as a flying reindeer and as unexpected as a virgin birth!
Sarah Brightman, the world’s biggest-selling soprano and Phantom’s original Christine, headlines her first-ever Christmas livestream event, ‘Sarah Brightman: A Christmas Symphony.’
Fans of the Broadway musical “The Prom” can now get a first glimpse of the film version, premiering on Netflix and in select theaters on December 11.
It’s with gratitude for artists of days gone by and those who will soon return to the stage that we share our favorite show-stoppers in musical theater history.
54 Below Premieres will feature cinematic, four-camera HD shoots to bring the glamour and intimacy of “Broadway’s Living Room” directly to in-home screens.
Resilience and patience were the recurring themes at this year’s TedXBroadway as speakers navigated the uncertain road ahead for live performance.
A stellar lineup of theater favorites will show there’s no place like Broadway for the holidays for a special streaming concert on Dec. 15.
Fans of Ahrens and Flaherty can look forward to two previously unheard song cycles, being released by Broadway Records this December.
‘Thoughts of a Colored Man’ will mark the Broadway debuts of playwright Keenan Scott II and director Steve H. Broadnax III.
Tony Award-winner John Lloyd Young celebrates the season on December 4 with a live concert from The Space in Las Vegas.
Taylor Mac reveals a COVID-era virtual reinvention of the beloved live seasonal variety show following the release of the ‘Holiday Sauce’ album.
This year’s TedXBroadway goes virtual with a diverse line-up of speakers, streaming exclusively on Stellar.
Company XIV’s annual ‘Nutcracker Rouge’ will now be presented as an intimate online streaming experience with an optional addition of curated cocktails.
Matthew Morrison will star in ‘Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch Musical!’ on NBC this December.
A revival of “Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens” will stream online beginning December 1, World AIDS Day, through December 5.
Broadway producer Ken Davenport will release a collection of interviews from his podcast as a must-read book about the workings of the theater industry.
The Joffrey’s new virtual offerings include the debut of a newly animated digital Nutcracker display as part of Chicago’s Art on theMART.