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Stars like Suzanne Farrell and Edward Villella celebrated alongside dancers of today, many born years after the death of George Balanchine, the company’s revered founder.
For her stage debut in “Danny and the Deep Blue Sea,” the “White Lotus” actress is joining forces with Christopher Abbott. “We’re both unafraid to be ugly and weird and strange,�…
The Broadway revival saw an immediate change in its fortunes when the actress stepped into the production last September.
The agreement would cover a subset of workers, including about 1,500 stagehands, hairdressers and other crew members on Broadway and in touring productions.
In staging the storied rock opera in Chicago, its creators argue that the show’s exploration of celebrity worship and childhood trauma is more relevant than ever.
“Once Upon a One More Time” is bringing hits like “Toxic” and “Circus” to Broadway. Will Spears’s fiercely protective base embrace it?
“I’d like to acknowledge Oscar Levant, whose wit and irascibility and virtuosity is not only inspirational but a true original,” Hayes said in his acceptance speech.
Michele performed “Don’t Rain on My Parade” at Sunday’s ceremony.
Two productions about the horrors of antisemitism won several awards on Sunday, bringing statements about intolerance to the fore.
Combining stories from her life with her musical catalog, the singer’s show will open in September.
Each year we photograph Tony nominees, and talk with them about their craft. This year we focused on actors.
More than 50 boxes of ephemera from the playwright and director’s career include notes on “Angels in America” and research for “Jelly’s Last Jam.”
The Off Broadway nonprofit will embrace risk, said Patricia McGregor, its leader, favoring fresh over established works.
The Tony Award-winning actress said in an Instagram post that she had decided to share the news to remind people “that there is no shame in this kind of loss.”
Larissa FastHorse is making her Broadway debut with a satire about a socially conscious show that doesn’t go as planned.
Actors were two weeks into rehearsals when the show, which was set to star the Tony-winning actress Adrienne Warren, was postponed indefinitely.
The show’s star, Ben Platt, said the “ugly and scary” display was a reminder of why they are retelling the story of the lynching of Leo Frank, a Jewish businessman in Georgia.
“Between Riverside and Crazy,” Stephen Adly Guirgis’s Pulitzer Prize-winning script, is set in a rent-controlled apartment that was inspired by the playwright’s own.
The choreographer Robert Garland will take over next year, succeeding Virginia Johnson, who was appointed by Arthur Mitchell, the company’s co-founder.
After a pandemic hiatus, dancing under the stars has returned, uniting old friends and acquaintances.
She’s landed her dream role in “Funny Girl.” Now she’s tasked with rescuing the faltering Broadway show and proving that she is not the person she once was.
Danni Gee, a former Alvin Ailey dancer and SummerStage festival curator, will program the dance-dedicated Joyce Theater.
The actress, who covered for Beanie Feldstein, gets the part to herself for the next month, and Broadway fans are thrilled for her.
The horsemen, courtiers, stablehands and other performers at ye olde New Jersey tourist attraction formed a new kind of medieval guild when they voted to unionize.
Catherine Hurlin and Roman Zhurbin will join the company’s highest rank, as will Daniel Camargo, who first started performing with the company last month.
The former “Glee” star will share the stage with Tovah Feldshuh, who will replace Jane Lynch as Fanny Brice’s mother, starting Sept. 6.
The actress announced on Instagram that she would be leaving the musical at the end of July, two months earlier than previously announced.
Last year, the 12-foot-tall Syrian girl trekked from Turkey to Britain to find her mother. This fall, she’ll visit all five boroughs.
The singer and actress was added as a producer of the show as it transitioned to Broadway.
The ballet star discusses what’s next in his first interview since he won his job with the company back after a nude photo sharing scandal.
The actor had been hankering to get back to Broadway after last appearing there in the 1990s. “Hangmen,” for which he received a Tony nomination, gave him that chance.