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Ben Brantley, the influential New York Times theater critic, will leave the job next month.
Cordero died July 5 at the age of 41 following a long battle with the coronavirus.
After being closed for months due to the coronavirus pandemic, malls are bringing all types of drive-in entertainment to their massive parking lots, hoping to lure people back to their prope…
“I’ll do anything to prove that theatres can re-open safely,” he tweeted.
The Broadway actor, who won a Tony Award for his leading turn in "Kiss of the Spider Woman," died this week.
“The problem with the film was that Tom Hooper decided that he didn’t want anybody involved in it who was involved in the original show."
Is this the "sad" future of Broadway?
"Live Your Life" is from his 2019 cabaret at New York's Feinstein's/54 Below.
It’s the longest dark period in history for Broadway, the lifeblood of New York tourism, and it’s only getting longer.
It will be Hoffman’s first Broadway role since 1989’s "The Merchant of Venice."
Broadway theaters abruptly closed on March 12.
Sir Ian McKellen’s show must go on.
"She just had this power and this femininity and flirtation."
Smith, 88, has been with the company for more than six decades.
Andrew Lloyd Webber said that a government official bizarrely suggested that West End musicals come back “without any singing” to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.
“We stand in solidarity with Black Lives Matter,” said an executive producer of the special.
Larry was a nice guy … is not a sentence you’ll be reading much today.
Larry Kramer, the pioneering New York AIDS activist who used pamphlets, novels, Broadway plays and ire to spread his lifesaving message, died Wednesday. He was 84. His husband, David Webster…
The Broadway musical-within-a-musical about the life of Marilyn Monroe will deviate from the series, though.
Shakespeare’s Globe theater in London could be shuttered permanently because of coronavirus restrictions. The art space, a reconstruction of the original playhouse where William Shakespear…
It’s not so much the one that we want, but the one that we got saddled with.
A new musical based on the classic film “Some Like It Hot” will premiere on Broadway.
The $30M musical becomes the third show let go during the crisis.
Previews begin Monday, March 8, 2021, with opening night on April 15.
The show will go on March 19, 2021.
Now the show won't go on again until at least Tuesday, September 8.
You don't have to "wait for it."
For the past seven decades, the show has always gone on for the Tony Awards, which honor the best Broadway performances and productions. But with the 74th edition being postponed from its pl…
“Les Miserables” Tony nominee Judy Kuhn was three weeks away from being eligible for health insurance when rehearsals for her off-Broadway show shut down because of the coronavirus. Stil…
The state and the theater industry are working closely on how to re-start.
The cast of Broadway’s “Waitress” is serving hope for actor Nick Cordero.