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Jane Wagner's epic play, originally written for Lily Tomlin, is now off Broadway starring Cecily Strong. Directed by Leigh Silverman, the show is a love letter to theater and audiences.
Tia Graham is on a mission to inspire transformation through the science of happiness and neuroscience.
Carmen Cusack plays Clare Boothe Luce in 'Flying Over Sunset.' The riveting musical brings together Luce, Aldous Huxley and Cary Grant in a very trippy way.
A two-time Tony nominee, Eva Noblezada is a force on Broadway.
Meet Nancy Flaherty, Atlanta regional director of Fashion Group International and CEO of Hidden Gems with Grace.
Meet musician Angie Swan
Kara Young stars with Uzo Aduba, Ron Cephas Jones, Edmund Donovan and Reza Salazar in Lynn Nottage's feast of a play.
In her new album "Let The Music Play" Karen Mason shares her personal journey of discovery.
Jeannette Bayardelle and the cast of 'Girl From The North Country' bring a uniquely stirring show to Broadway
Just opened last month, Trevor: The Musical is all about finding the courage to be yourself.
Winnie The Pooh is the first new Disney musical to debut since Frozen.
The Oscar-nominated actress reflects on her life, career and current play, Morning's At Seven.
This 1955 play about racism, class, gender and what it means to be a black theater artist in America, continues to deeply resonate.
Meet Eleri Ward who created a viral following on TikTok with haunting folk renditions of Stephen Sondheim songs.
Meet Pamela Moller Kareman, executive director at the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theater
Meet Deirdre O”Connell who stars in the riveting play, Dana H.
This past August Shannon O'Neill debuted RaaaatScraps. The improv world has a new contender of a show.
Isolated Incidents, a six-part miniseries from the Broadway Podcast Network, highlights the universal struggles that we felt in 2020.
This dynamic writer shares the backstory behind her newest novel and how she is also writing a movie version of it.
Wendy Cavett made history as the first female conductor of Hamilton on Broadway.
Martyna Majok reflects on writing and what drives her. Her play, Sanctuary City, from New York Theatre Workshop has been hailed as transcendent and masterful.
Lore Segal offers insight into her semi-autobiographical novel about a ten-year-old Jewish girl who flees Nazi-occupied Austria to live with foster families in England. It was just announced…
These Parsons School Of Design students joined forces with Special Olympics to create inclusive sportswear for exceptional athletes.
Through The Peace Studio, Maya Soetoro hopes to help journalists and artists understand the key role they play in creating social movements and building empathy, especially in a chaotic worl…
Meet New York City comedy legend Gladys Simon
Meet actress Shola Adewusi
Meet Danielle DeMatteo, the founder and artistic director of SheNYC Arts
Despite dealing with her own kidney dialysis, Niesha Neal is devoted to giving voice to the voiceless
This visionary artist will direct and choreograph For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When The Rainbow is Enuf on Broadway.
The first Broadway musical in history to have four women in the four top creative team spots will be back on Broadway this September to January. For a limited time Sara Bareilles stars in th…
The Broadway community joined together to celebrate The Show Must Go On. The new documentary tells the story about how theater managed to stayed alive.