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Characters act unprofessionally, Eileen starts to feel optimistic, and Ivy just wants to watch Girls.
Menzel played Sheila in the staging, which also included Tom Plotkin, Luther Creek, Miriam Shor, and more.
Plus Eileen is disappointed by a man, Julia acts unprofessionally at a work function, and Ivy gets compliments!
Hit List and Bombshell are set on a collision course by that devious Richard Francis at The New York Times!
The National Theatre brought members of the cast and creative team back together as it makes its archive of filmed performances available to stream on YouTube.
Starring George C. Scott and Trish Van Devere, the Stanley Donen–directed movie lovingly sends up boxing movies and backstage musicals.
It's Ivy Lynn's birthday, and she gets the gift of song from Liza with a z! Plus Julia flirts with a man, Jimmy yells at Derek, and Eileen has a martini.
Ivy draws a line with Tom, Eileen finds a new man with whom to flirt, Julia focuses on something other than her troubled show, and Bernadette Peters gets a song!
A host of famous faces came together in 2018 to pay homage to the Tony-winning playwright and librettist in a laughter-filled evening you can now watch.
Julia apologizes, Eileen is imperious, Jimmy scowls, and more on this episode of Smash!
There's a miscommunication and an inappropriately public confrontation in this episode of Smash!
All 10 episodes of the new drama, starring Jim Sturgess and Brooklynn Prince, are available.
The modern romcom stars Augustus Prew, Scott Evans, Kate Walsh, Colin Donnell, and more stage favorites.
Jimmy scowls, Julia gets defensive about her work, Tom and Derek fight, and Ivy has to pick up the pieces for another man—it must be an episode of Smash!
Rachel Bloom and Aline Brosh McKenna's series offers 62 episodes of smart musical theatre writing and frank discussions about mental health.
Jimmy scowls, Julia gets insecure about her work, Ivy stares aghast as a man threatens to destroy her career, and Eileen gets misty-eyed a lot in the fifth episode of Season 2.
Sheryl Lee Ralph stops by to add some class, while Jimmy scowls, Derek pushes his performers to be sexual, and Julia overreacts to criticism.
1776, Sakina's Restaurant, and King James will not go on as planned this summer.
Based on Christina Crawford's memoir about growing up with Joan Crawford, the show features a book by CRawford and score by Crawford and David Nehls.
Both Qui Nguyen’s Poor Yella Rednecks and Emily Feldman’s The Best We Could (a family tragedy) were scheduled to begin performances in May.
Ivy moves on, Julia proves she knows about sex, and Jimmy scowls. Yes, it's Season 2 of Smash!
The Producers and The Will Rogers Follies star plays a version of herself in her new YouTube comedy series.
Derek's troubles deepen; Karen and Jimmy do not hit it off; Kyle runs after Bobby; and Ivy Lynn brings down the house with the show's greatest song.
With the Season 2 premiere, Smash cleans narrative house and brings in some new faces while Karen and Ivy remain locked in perpetual battle.
Bombshell is ready to start previews in Boston again in the Season 1 finale—but is it really?
Only Eileen manages to serenely rise above her troubles this episode, slinging one leg over another in a hotel bar to warble a tune.
The venerable London theatre will launch National Theatre at Home April 2 with James Corden in One Man, Two Guvnors.
The gang travels to Boston, leaving behind their real lives but, in Ivy Lynn's case, perhaps bringing a framed photo of Bernadette Peters in Follies?
The recording of the 1988 National Theatre of London production will be made available for free on BroadwayHD for one night only, starting at 8 PM Eastern.