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The recording of “Springsteen on Broadway” will air on Dec. 15, the day of its final live performance.
The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical will have played more than 1,300 performances when it wraps up in January.
Martyna Majok’s intense drama will get a musical adaptation from Michael John LaChiusa, the Williamstown Theater Festival announced.
The show was developed with high hopes by Nickelodeon, its lead producer, but when it closes in September it will have run for less than a year.
Global Creatures, a company founded by a wealthy Australian, is breaking into theater with high-profile, big budget productions, including “King Kong” on Broadway.
The role follows Ms. Jackson’s Tony-winning performance in Edward Albee’s “Three Tall Women.”
The musical is only the latest incarnation of the story of “A Bronx Tale,” which began as a one-man play and was adapted for film.
How a onetime acrobat and a “Lion King” puppet designer brought a speechless reindeer to life in Disney’s stage adaptation of “Frozen” on Broadway.
The book is to be written by Lynn Nottage, a playwright who has won two Pulitzers, and the show is to be directed and choreographed by Christopher Wheeldon.
He wasn’t a big-league producer. But he fell in love with a small Israeli film and spent years getting it to the stage. His musical won 10 awards on Sunday.
With Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban hosting, and Bruce Springsteen slated to perform, the celebration of Broadway’s best will have a pop flavor.
A survey of voters shows several resounding favorites in Sunday’s ceremony. But there are still some tight battles.
The new facility, at 10th Avenue and 52nd Street, will be called the Robert W. Wilson MCC Theater Space.
“The Lifespan of a Fact” is an adaptation of a book about the long and difficult process of editing and fact-checking an essay about a child suicide.
Jordan Roth’s theaters are full of hits. He’s up for a Tony himself as a producer. And his provocative self-expression has made him the talk of the town.
The nonprofit organization’s 2018-19 season will also include a new play by Suzan-Lori Parks.
Sara Krulwich has been shooting plays and musicals for The New York Times since the 1990s. On June 4, her work is being recognized by the Tony Awards.
The theater season that just ended was remarkably lucrative as producers have become more sophisticated, and more aggressive, about setting prices.
The Tony Award for best sound design is back after a several-year hiatus. We speak to the five nominees in the play category.
Two children’s literature experts consider what works in the Broadway play — for kids, sure, but for grown-ups too.
The Tony-nominated actor will replace Steve Kazee, who departed the production several months before it was to begin previews on Broadway.
Rajiv Joseph’s sprawling drama was among the Off Broadway productions and performers honored at a ceremony Monday night.
The new Fiasco Theater production will be staged by the Roundabout Theater Company next winter.
The first act will depict Ms. Steinem’s life and career; the second will be a “talking circle” for the audience.
The British farce, which will have its final performance at the Lyceum Theater on Aug. 26, will then go on to tour.
The new adaptation of the classic 1959 film comedy will be directed and choreographed by Casey Nicholaw with a score by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman.
The Broadway debut of the deaf actress in “Children of a Lesser God” has brought her accolades. But she’s not sure what to make of it all.
A legal battle had been waged over whether a stage adaptation of “To Kill a Mockingbird” strayed too far from Harper Lee’s novel. On Thursday, the suits were settled.
We invited Broadway’s best to pose for us just 24 hours after they were nominated for theater’s most prestigious award. Needless to say, they were a happy bunch.
With weak box office and only one Tony nomination, the show announced it will wrap up on May 27.
Another way to relive the Broadway musical: a high-tech, interactive, traveling exhibition opening in Chicago in November.