Marti Gould Cummings plays one night only at the Mirror Room at Lincoln Center for an evening of vocals, comedy, eye-high kicks and split jumps, and, of course, lots of glitter.
Bryan Cranston (AMC’s ‘Breaking Bad’) stars in Ivo van Hove’s staging of the 1976 Academy Award-winning film about a news anchor who unravels live on television.
Playwright Jeremy O. Harris’s antebellum fever-dream heats up New York Theatre Workshop in its world premiere.
Real-life actor siblings Tyne and Tim Daly appear in Teresa Rebeck’s thriller about a family’s troublesome history and a foreboding danger threatening to break the thin bonds holding them together.
Audiences become part of a collective experience as Scott Silven weaves his talents to create a journey that explores the power of mystery, serendipity and fate in our lives.
The Broadway Blog chats with choreographer Lorin Latarro, who recent work can be seen in The Met’s new production of “La Traviata” and the forthcoming revival of “Merrily We Roll Along.”
Bridget Everett returns to Joe’s Pub with The Tender Moments for an evening of song, stories, and chardonnay.
Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre presents a riveting revival of Danai Gurira’s ‘Familiar,’ about a Zimbabwean-American family searching to preserve their past while building a new future.
Why have one Cher when you can have three? ‘The Cher Show’ offers a sequined look at one of pop culture’s most influential stars.
Tom Stoppard’s play offers a powerful and heady take on a contemporary dilemma, filled with provocative discourse and quick wit, but not a lot of drama.
Classic Stage Company returns to its minimalist style to present a revival of Bertolt Brecht’s 1941 allegorical play about a Chicago mobster who will stop at nothing to control the cauliflower trade.
Betty Buckley in the national tour of ‘Hello, Dolly!’ and E. Faye Butler in Porchlight Music Theatre’s ‘Gypsy’ are putting their own spin on iconic roles.
The Broadway community comes together to celebrate the season and raise funds for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS
Paper Mill Playhouse presents a nostalgic and lush revival of ‘Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn.’
Marilyn Maye kicked off the holiday season at Feinstein’s/54 Below with her signature sound that’s been captivating audiences for more than 80 years.
‘Be More Chill’ has unveiled new artwork for its Broadway launch, beginning February 13 at The Lyceum Theater.
We’ve partnered with ShowTickets.com to bring you exclusive interviews with some of Broadway’s biggest stars. Here’s what Michael Urie has to say about starring in ‘Harvey Fierstein’s Torch Song.’
Playwrights Horizons presents Larissa FastHorse’s cutting satire about a group of white actors attempting to create a more historically accurate retelling of Thanksgiving.
Jackalope Theatre Company’s ‘In the Canyon’ and ‘Lured’ at Theater for the New City take on social justice issues in brand new productions.
International stage and recording star Ute Lemper performs a one-woman show inspired by an intimate conversation with legendary performer Marlene Dietrich.
The latest play from Chicago’s Red Theater involves two actors: One has rehearsed the play. The second has never even read it.
The New York Pops was joined by New York Theatre Ballet and Essential Voices USA for their first concert of the season at Carnegie Hall.
Jamie Shriner’s stylistically confusing new musical kicks off Underscore Theatre Company’s 2018-19 season.
Hansol Jung’s new play with music, about two people from two cultures forced to choose between family and freedom, fails to take flight.
Four Broadway stars take on a small-town controversy that makes national headlines in this new musical directed and choreographed by Casey Nicholaw.