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A new program brings audiences to Broadway talents and virtually takes them behind the scenes
The Tank has helped remove the economic barrier that prevents artists to create and present their work. They have taken their mission and thrived online.
In her new comedy series Shrinkage Purva Bedi brings us inside couples therapy.
Asmeret Ghebremichael shares how to be part of the solution.
The Tony and Golden Globe-winning actress shares how she found her passion.
After two decades of duds cost investors almost $200 million, a new book will explore how Broadway became a boulevard of broken dreams.
Last week, the U. S. Copyright Office released a report urging federal legislators to change the law to better protect.
This founding member of the Google News Initiative is devoted to build a more diverse and inclusive digital media.
Jessica Carter Altman, daughter of Wonder Woman Lynda Carter, discovered the tools to thrive on her own terms
With her new album, “A Quiet Revolution,” composer/lyricist and music director, Georgia Stitt, finds her power.
When 'Aladdin' returns to the New Amsterdam Theatre, all of its magic carpet rides might need to be cleared with an air traffic controller.
With her wildly popular Instagram Live ballet classes and new children's book, this prima ballerina revels in celebrating your gifts.
How One Theater Group Brings A Modern Twist To The Golden Age Of Radio
With the cruise line industry treading water, Broadway investors might no longer be able to count on a steady stream of licensing revenue.
Governor Cuomo has responded to the roar of the crowd.
Meet Alla Kovgan who wrote and directed the groundbreaking film Cunningham
People turn to hanging holiday lights to uplift spirits
As a new task force takes center stage to help boost the New York economy, Broadway has been banished to the balcony.
What it takes to create a live Zoom play in the age of COVID-19
When Poplar Springs High School seniors couldn't have a graduation ceremony, principal Farica West got creative.
The White House might soon help the Great White Way.
More and more stars are finding creative ways to help others in need during the global pandemic.
While executives at NBCUniversal and WarnerMedia prepare to launch their own streaming services to battle against Netflix and Disney, a group of Broadway executives is preparing to launch a …
During this time of Pause it's refreshingly genuine to experience productions in their raw states. The Performing Arts Project lives by that mantra.
The NYC Dance Alliance Foundation has given scholarships to dance stars like Ariana DeBose, Tiler Peck, Catherine Hurlin, Brittany Pollack and Courtney Spears.
The industry is in an excruciating status - but some organizations are transmuting their usual accolades into emergency relief.
Broadway Podcast Network seems to be bucking the trend.
Everything changed When I shifted my attention from what is outside to within.
Gallagher stars in 'Jagged Little Pill.' The edgy new musical is inspired by the Alanis Morissette album.
The show continues to go on in some countries, and not everyone is happy about it.
Jeanna de Waal takes on the role of a lifetime