Tony and Emmy Award winner Mandy Patinkin will launch a 30-city concert tour of “Mandy Patinkin in Concert: DIARIES” accompanied by Adam Ben-David on piano.
Today marks the 35th anniversary of Richard Burton’s death. The stage and screen actor appeared on Broadway eight times, perhaps most famously as Arthur in “Camelot.”
“Monica: This Play is Not About Monica Lewinsky” explores the profound effects of shame as seen through one of the White House’s greatest scandals.
The theater community mourns the loss of legendary director and producer Hal Prince.
Nealshow Productions presents Pat Radke’s zombie apocalyptic comedy, “Just Chilling” at Chicago’s Cornservatory Theatre.
Annie Golden stars in ‘Broadway Bounty Hunter,’ Joe Iconis’s musical about a middle-aged actress recruited to go on a secret mission to South America to capture a drug lord.
Al Blackstone’s “Freddie Falls in Love” is a romance gone awry. The Emmy-nominated director-choreographer’s dance play runs through August 3 at The Joyce.
Lincoln Center Theater presents ‘The Rolling Stone,’ a drama about two brothers at odds — one a gay man in a clandestine relationship, and the other a pastor who rails against the life his brother is forced to conceal.
Chicago’s Black Button Eyes Productions presents the Chicago premiere of David Malloy’s “Ghost Quartet.”
What rendition of “She Used to Be Mine” from “Waitress” do you like best? With the show posting its closing notice, we gathered some of our favorites!
Steppenwolf Theater presents a revival of Sam Shepard’s “True West,” a play that originally brought the company national attention.
Audiences are getting a first look at Tom Hooper’s film version of “CATS” starring Jennifer Hudson, Taylor Swift, James Corden and more.
The Broadway Blog takes a closer look at three musicals that played the first half of this year’s New York Musical Festival.
Dennis Manning and Ronnie Larson’s musical, “Now & Then,” can’t seem to find its footing as it traces the decades-long relationship of a gay couple.
The Broadway Blog takes a look at how the new Broadway cast of “West Side Story” broke the news to their social media fans!
The Other Side Of Silence presents “Bar Dykes,” Merril Mushroom’s seminal play about the hidden subculture of lesbian nightlife in mid-century America.
Jim Steinman’s “Bat Out of Hell” finally arrives in New York City. One of its stars, Christina Bennington, talks about singing Meatloaf’s iconic music.
Director Mary Zimmerman gives the classic musical “The Music Man” a fresh spin — and audiences are going wild.
Director Stephen Brackett discusses the seven-year process of bringing Michael R. Jackson’s musical, “A Strange Loop,” to the stage.
(l to r) Jasmine Chiu and PeiJu Chien-Pott in ‘Dragon Spring Phoenix Rise.’ (Photo Stephanie Berger. Courtesy The Shed.) By Matthew Wexler “Maybe if you…
Rip Torn (Photo: Tinseltown/Shutterstock.com) Rip Torn, one of the leading stage actors of his generation and an Emmy Award-winner for his portrayal of the deliciously devious…
The cast of Kokandy Productions’ Chicago premiere of ‘Head Over Heels.’ (Photo: Michael Brosilow) by Lauren Emily Whalen There’s a moment in the first act…
Today’s Broadway birthdays include Anjelica Huston, Billy Crudup and Kevin Bacon. Find out what Broadway shows they’ve appeared in, along with a special Broadway backward edition of “Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon!”
Five Broadway musicals are closing this August. Should you see them or skip them? Here’s a recap of how critics responded!
A new biographical musical telling the incredible life story of singer-songwriter Neil Diamond is currently in development for Broadway.