The White House wants The National Endowments for the Arts and for the Humanities budgets to stay flat
"You Know Her Name," Facebook and Twitter spot says
The collaboration here is a nearly perfect melding of story, arias, dialogue, recitative and pop tunes. Robert Jason Brown has written arias for Kelli O’Hara,...
Stephen Daldry directs West End production
Kelli O'Hara and Steven Pasquale argue the troubling moral questions at the center of the hit novel
The Oscar nominee will star opposite Ewan McGregor
How is an aging drag queen who specializes in Bette and Marilyn going to keep working in Vegas when all the Millennials and Gen-Xers want...
It’s crisis time in the land of the Yankees. And a sports crisis for playwright-director Eric Simonson is equal to a nuclear meltdown or the...
Dylan Farrow's claims against Allen has the theater community tied up in knots
Atlantic editor's memoir recounts his fears of everything from public speaking to cheese
"Love & Friendship" finds "Metropolitan" director trying his hand at a marriage plot
Compared to Debra Messing and Brian F. O'Byrne's long courtship here, Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen’s wait for Godot a few blocks away at the...
Play will be revived on Broadway this fall
Natascha McElhone will play role of vengeful lover
"Noises Off" will be revived on Broadway
This dazzling Roundabout Theater production often recalls an urban contradiction that is a hallmark of Edward Hopper’s paintings: loneliness coupled with a total lack of...
Harry Potter star will play a deformed boy with dreams of stardom
Duo will make New York theatrical debuts with "The Library"
Filmed version of "Romeo & Juliet" stage production headed to 400 theaters under new BroadwayHD venture
Diane Keaton took the stage to accept the lifetime achievement award while the director watched "Beautiful: The Carole King Musical.”
Here is arguably the nicest, most normal, least eccentric personality ever to be at the center of a Broadway musical. "Beautiful" is the show for...
Broadway League releases statistics about who bought tickets to shows such as "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" and "Pippin"
Olivier-winning "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" will also debut on the Great White Way
The former "Gossip Girl" actress will co-star in John Steinbeck adaptation
Success of "Les Miserables" has changed Hollywood's attitudes about movie musicals
Noel Coward comedy marks her first appearance on London stage in 40 years
Chris O'Dowd will co-star in the latest staging of John Steinbeck's Depression era classic
Tony winner will play a disfigured woman
For sheer laughs per minute, these two stars deliver the goods as if they were instead performing a farce by Alan Ayckbourn or Christopher Durang
Director Jack O’Brien lets us know that this is a very human-scale drama, but later in the play you may wonder who’s that horrible couple...