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Jimmy scowls, Julia gets insecure about her work, Ivy stares aghast as a man threatens to destroy her career, and Eileen gets misty-eyed a lot in the fifth episode of Season 2.
Sheryl Lee Ralph stops by to add some class, while Jimmy scowls, Derek pushes his performers to be sexual, and Julia overreacts to criticism.
1776, Sakina's Restaurant, and King James will not go on as planned this summer.
Based on Christina Crawford's memoir about growing up with Joan Crawford, the show features a book by CRawford and score by Crawford and David Nehls.
Both Qui Nguyen’s Poor Yella Rednecks and Emily Feldman’s The Best We Could (a family tragedy) were scheduled to begin performances in May.
Ivy moves on, Julia proves she knows about sex, and Jimmy scowls. Yes, it's Season 2 of Smash!
The Producers and The Will Rogers Follies star plays a version of herself in her new YouTube comedy series.
Derek's troubles deepen; Karen and Jimmy do not hit it off; Kyle runs after Bobby; and Ivy Lynn brings down the house with the show's greatest song.
With the Season 2 premiere, Smash cleans narrative house and brings in some new faces while Karen and Ivy remain locked in perpetual battle.
Bombshell is ready to start previews in Boston again in the Season 1 finale—but is it really?
Only Eileen manages to serenely rise above her troubles this episode, slinging one leg over another in a hotel bar to warble a tune.
The venerable London theatre will launch National Theatre at Home April 2 with James Corden in One Man, Two Guvnors.
The gang travels to Boston, leaving behind their real lives but, in Ivy Lynn's case, perhaps bringing a framed photo of Bernadette Peters in Follies?
The recording of the 1988 National Theatre of London production will be made available for free on BroadwayHD for one night only, starting at 8 PM Eastern.
The composer, who recently celebrated his 90th birthday, was the final speaker in the inaugural season of the 92nd Street Y series.
Julia tries to track down her son, and Karen gets tabloid famous thanks to Rebecca Duvall.
The Off-Broadway adaptation of Phedre is available on Vimeo through March 30.
Rebecca Duvall is a movie star with ideas about how to give a better performance—so of course she must be just the most annoying person ever! Oh, Smash!
Who cares about Marilyn Monroe or musicals on a series about the making of a Marilyn Monroe musical when we can talk *checks notes* city politics mixed with office politics?
The much-loved Canadian series is one of many theatre-related titles available on the streaming service.
It happens at some point in the lives of all New Yorkers: boozy shenanigans in Times Square!
The Joe Mantello-helmed production was to have opened at the Booth Theatre April 9.
Backs get stabbed, songs get sung—it must be the most outrageous episode of Smash yet?
In a new video series, the American Idiot and American Psycho alum shares a peek into her self-isolation routines, from life with hunky husband Bob Lenzi to the results of her green thumb.
Join Playbill and the Rodgers and Hammerstein Organization for a viewing party of the 1965 classic at 8 PM Eastern March 20
Bernadette Peters gets undermine-y, Michael Swift gets sweaty, Ivy Lynn gets teary, and Eileen is extremely thirsty in "The Workshop."
All those episodes of men being awful? They still are, but this time Ivy Lynn isn't backing down thanks to prednisone!
The musical (which earned Leigh a Tony Award) opened at the Broadway Theatre March 18, 1963.
When a series begins with a character auditioning for Mannequin The Musical on Broadway, a theatrelover knows they have a new binge watch.
The men of Smash get somehow even worse, and Ivy Lynn and Karen are not the support they need.