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The box office star was pilloried on social media, and allegedly pressured by the Academy to step down, after users highlighted his extensive history of homophobic language and behavior.
Head Over Heels, Summer, and Once On This Island will all close within weeks. But larger issues loom ahead for the booming industry...
Situation Project is an organization geared toward deepening the lives of students in the Bronx by immersing them in the business of Broadway.
Many shows broke records across town, musicals seeing bigger gains than plays - with the exception of The Cher Show...
After years of hardship, Patricia Ione Lloyd is making a serious impact with her first play. Just don't congratulate her for pulling herself up by her bootstraps.
'To Kill A Mockingbird' also continues sell like hotcakes, and 'King Kong' managed to gross $1 million for the first time.
The fab musical adaptation played in Boston this summer to sold-out houses and rave reviews.
Bryan Cranston also started his run of 'Network' with a bang, and 'King Kong' has its work cut out for it with those reviews...
'The Cher Show' was also off to a great start, as the diva's name conjured almost as high a tally at the box office.
Mike Birbiglia and 'The Prom' are off to a shaky start, while Daniel Radcliffe and 'The Ferryman' are soaring.
Having made her mark on social media, the serial entrepreneur is now leveraging that privilege to lift up underrepresented voices in both tech and the performing arts.
The Broadway League also released its demographic survey of the industry's audience, which contained one eyebrow-raising statistic.
Can all these new shows survive the season without cannibalizing each other?
The "Uber of Broadway" is looking to MTV and Netflix as inspirations for making original content.
Olivier winner 'The Ferryman' also began performances, as the new season kicked properly into gear.
But big gains for a few hits masked a rough week for a number of smaller shows.
The special will be produced by the same team behind the Broadway hit, which is one of Universal's most lucrative properties.
The boy who lived continues to enchant fans 21 years later, and is showing up in three vastly different incarnations on New York stages this autumn.
Three would-be hits, three falls from glitz - all of them wildly different from each other.
Three musicals played their final curtains - to varying levels of enthusiasm.
John Legend, Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber joined the EGOT ranks last night. Three more writers are hot on their heels.
After a major financial coup last year, Shakespeare in Detroit is poised to become a fixture of the recovering city's arts scene.
The intimate musical overcame a wave of commercial contenders to become one of the most-awarded shows in Broadway history.
One of Broadway's biggest hits is turning heads as it pays back its investors.
The hit musical will open productions in 20 countries over the next three years.
J.J. Abrams made his Broadway debut on the producing team of the long-running show.
Three new musicals have opened to...less-than-stellar reviews. What does it mean for their longevity?
Two very different shows made excellent impressions on their target audiences.
Four years after winning a Tony, Walter White returns to New York. Meanwhile, a buzzy show beats a hasty retreat.
Right now, the Boss is Broadway's most influential person when it comes to dollars - but he's not the only power player.
Mark Fisher and Michael Keeler have built a neon fiefdom in Manhattan, and they're only getting started.