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Without a doubt, it’s fair to say Wagner is one of contemporary American theater’s most successful and respected scenic designers. He has over 55 solo Broadway credits (since 1966’s sh…
In this wide-ranging 2004 interview, the star looks back at her career and forward to what would become her second Tony-winning role in Doubt.
DeLaria spoke to Playbill about her show-stopping turn—opposite Jesse Tyler Ferguson—in the 1998 revival.
In this 1997 interview, the Tony and Emmy winner talks her uphill climb to success, finding her strength onstage, and living without regret.
Marilyn Maye's Everywhere; Mario Fratti One Acts; Trevor Project Fundraiser; A Poe Tale; Boo!
Director Jen Bender, talks with Lauren Class Schneider about her experiences with Lion King, Broadway in South Africa and her recent NYMF show, Trails.
Tony-winner Elizabeth Ashley, Co-starring in You Can't Take It with You: A Life Not Always Well-Lived but She Wouldn't Change a Thing - Part 1
Larry Kramer's Landmark The Normal Heart is HBO Special Event May 25
In 1970, Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber burst onto the worldwide stage with the concept album of a musical about the last days of Jesus, the landmark rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar, whi…
Don't mess with a classic was the message Swiss director Luc Bondy received on this new production, but Patricia Racette and Roberto Alagna soar on the passionate arias.
In a rare reunion of the three Garland/ Minnelli/Luft siblings, Liza, Lorna, and Joey will introduce the Oscar segment.saluting their mom and the 75th Anniversary of The Wizard of Oz.
And the winner is? Only the Envelope knows! At this point in awards fatigue, it'll be anticlimatic. Ellen'll be at top of her game, 75th Av of The Wizard of Oz and Judy Garland will be cele…
In the month that James Dean would have turned 83: a looks back at his "exceptional imagination" and the NY mecca where he honed it: the Actor's Studio.
Ringling's not at the Garden any longer. First of four metro engagements opens at Barclays. Lots of new faces, not to mention a mix of lions and tigers, but most of the acts are tried and tr…
To celebrate LCT’s adaptation by James Lapine of Hart’s autobiography, beginning previews March 20, St. Martin’s Press has reissued the book. Stars of the play appear Tuesday at B&N/82…
From After Midnight-Wicked and with the cineplexes filled with Valentine "candy"--it's a love feast out there.
Nothing Like a Dame: Conversations with the Great Women of Musical Theatre; Anything Goes: A History of American Musical Theatre; and more. Upcoming live appearances, plus a rare one 2/17 by…
The art of the tease used to be so titillating until everything around us became titillating. Singer/dancer Quinn Lemley, harks back to an actually more innocent time in her colorful and hig…
This is DOC's 7th consecutive season at FSLC, January 31 - February 4. Screenings, with many premieres and guests, reflect the trend toward unusual collaborations (dance and skating, dance a…
Plummer recreates his Tony- and Drama Desk-winning role as the stage/screen legend in this almost-one-man-show (1997) January 31 at 9pm.
February 3's A Musical Celebration of Broadway honors Golden Globe nominee, Emmy winner, mega TV star, and the Tony’s host-with-the-most.
Bargain prices for shows you want to see and see again. Plus possible free dinner!
XLVIII will be played in NJ, but The Apple is the place for NFL fun, but Broadway will score a few touchdowns with Bryant Park concert by the casts of Broadway shows.
The two-hour doc at 9 P.M. is director Shane Salerno's cut with additional footage never seen; based on his biography with David Shields on the intriguing and very private life of the author.
Scott Siegel rejoiced, "The show will go on," hosted by Emmy-winning Bruce Vilanch, "thanks to the dedicated efforts of our sponsors and donors!" Dee Dee Bridgewater to receive Legend Award.
The Hollywood Press Association's "Party of the year" honors film and TV.