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Taylor got the honor to restart “The Lion King” this week as Mufasa, the king, after 18 months of silence due to the pandemic.
The nominations were pulled from just 18 eligible plays and musicals, a fraction of the 34 shows the season before.
The network said it will air the stage version of Mel Brooks' 1974 film classic. The cast and air date were not revealed.
NEW YORK — As the nation debates what to do with Old South monuments, one artist has a solution: more art.
NEW YORK — Over the years, the Broadway show about singer-songwriter Carole King has starred powerful singers in the title role. But until now it hasn’t had one thing: a singer-songwrite…
NEW YORK — Ali Stroker booked her first musical theater gig at the tender age of 7. She was cast as the title role in "Annie" in a friend's backyard production in New Jersey.
NEW YORK • Broadway producers had plenty of reasons to pop the bubbly as 2018 wound down, with many shows recording their most profitable weeks despite some eye-popping ticket prices.
NEW YORK • There was one place Scottish actor James McArdle had to visit when he came to New York to perform in a critically acclaimed revival of Tony Kushner’s masterpiece “Angels in …
NEW YORK • The audience at the opening night on Broadway of a new stage adaptation of George Orwell’s dystopian fantasy “1984” included a special guest — the author’s son.
NEW YORK • The play “Oslo,” a three-hour meditation on diplomacy, has been crowned the best play of the season.
NEW YORK • Reprising one of her most iconic stage triumphs was relatively easy for Glenn Close. All she had to do was go to her closet.
NEW YORK • The year on Broadway came to an explosive and sparkly end for theater producers as many shows recorded their best weeks ever — and not just the fresh new offerings.
NEW YORK • Making your New York stage debut in a role made famous by Robin Williams isn’t for the faint of heart. Making it in an adaptation of one of Williams’ most beloved movies —…
NEW YORK • When you see the Broadway smash “Hamilton” — if you’re lucky enough to see it, that is — you should know that something important quietly happens at intermission.
The Tony Award-winning composer turned the provocative "American Psycho" into a brave piece of musical theater.
Another milestone has fallen thanks to the Broadway musical 'Hamilton' -- this time on Twitter.