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How Stephanie Bissonnette overcame cancer and returned to dancing on Broadway
The writer of the Grammy Award-winning song “We Are Young” is now making a musical for young audiences.
For the past eight seasons Karen Azenberg has been Artistic Director of one of the nation's most successful regional theaters.
Jonathan Rockefeller has built a burgeoning theatrical empire on nostalgic properties, aimed at children who've never been to the theater.
Gloria Gaynor and Grammy nominees share the impact of music in their lives
The actress reflects on her past and the places that helped inspire her.
Lin-Manuel Miranda's latest show closed in profit, but it was slim pickings elsewhere, with the Rialto on the edge of a deep slump.
A holiday slump didn't stop the billion-dollar industry from having the most lucrative start to a new year in history.
An uneven slate of shows reflected the unsteady state of America's culture writ large, making for a wild, unpredictable year on stage.
The billion-dollar industry closed out the year in sterling, if not historic, fashion.
Meet Broadway’s Kate Reinders who plays passionate drama teacher Miss. Jenn
Arielle Jacobs shares her journey to play Princess Jasmine on Broadway
The spooky musical has had an astonishing turnaround, and West Side's revival weathered a backlash over sexual misconduct.
Ella in Rodger’s & Hammerstein’s Cinderella is no damsel in distress.
The new Cats movie has had almost nine lives.
Meet Jenny Steingart, one of the forces behind Free Style Love Supreme, Fiddler On The Roof In Yiddish, Mean Girls and Sir Patrick Stewart’s A Christmas Carol.
The Emmy and Tony-winning star shares what matters most.
Tony winner Beth Leavel is coming back to Broadway for her 14th show.
Harry Connick Jr. also had a great return to form with his tribute show, and David Bryne's 'American Utopia' had its best week to date.
After auditioning for Frozen 14 times, Caroline Innerbichler's hard work pays off.
The holiday week began Broadway's most lucrative stretch of the year - good news after months of under-performing material.
Last year, Evelyn Castillo sued the Broadway landlord in federal court over its policy blocking guests from bringing outside food into its theaters.
Ilene Angel channeled her anxiety and wrote the book How To Calm The Hell Down and Be Happy.
The Pioneer Woman reflects on her beginnings
As she embarks on a special concert with Jessie Mueller and Seth Rudetsky, we caught up with the TV and Broadway star.
After almost four decades, the Nederlander family has regained control of the National Theatre.
The Younger star reveals her hopes for Liza and what it's like to revive The Music Man on Broadway.
With their new podcast, Mamas Talkin' Loud, Cara Cooper and Jessica Rush share what it's like to juggle motherhood while doing eight shows a week on Broadway.
Devoted to telling the story of theFirst Lady of Argentina, this director offers a unique context into Eva Perón’s world
This Broadway loyalty program brings theater lovers backstage, on stage and behind the scenes
The new play, The Great Society, features the women who were key to the Johnson presidency.