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Ms. McAdams, of “Spotlight,” “The Notebook” and “Mean Girls,” talks about her competitive side and returning to a comedic role in “Game Night.”
A musical based on the sitcom aims to open the windows of that cramped Kramden apartment to let in a “contemporary worldview.”
A musical of “The Honeymooners” aims to open the windows of that cramped Kramden apartment to let in a “contemporary worldview.”
Scott Carter, a longtime late-night producer, talks about the creative and spiritual journey that led him from the profane to the sacred.
His one-man show, “The Terms of My Surrender,” is opening at the Belasco Theater. But theater audiences in New York may already be part of his choir.
Mr. Key, the “Key & Peele” co-star, talks about his Netflix series, “Friends From College”; shooting his first nude scenes; and playing Horatio in “Hamlet.”
These writers and performers are using the warmer months to take some risks, test themselves and expand their talents onstage.
The Roundabout Theater Company’s production, directed by Anne Kauffman, has a prominently female cast.
The “House of Cards” star is showing his stage roots with a performance as Clarence Darrow — in a tennis stadium — and a gig hosting the Tony Awards.
Laura Benanti, the Tony-winning actress and a new mother, talks with her own mom, Linda, a former stage actress and co-star of her new cabaret show.
Mr. Martin takes a rare, retrospective dive into his stand-up career to find lessons for aspiring comics and reflect on what he’s learned.
Post-“S.N.L.,” Mr. Killam is ready to become the perfectly blustery British monarch on Broadway.
The Library of Congress announced its latest additions on Wednesday, which also include “The Breakfast Club,” “The Birds,” “East of Eden” and “Lost Horizon.”
The former “S.N.L.” star plays John Keating in the stage version of “Dead Poets Society.” It’s the teacher made famous by Robin Williams in the movie.
The two funnymen stroll around Times Square in character as their aged and cantankerous alter egos in “Oh, Hello on Broadway.”
Mr. Sudeikis will play John Keating, the inspiring teacher famously portrayed by Robin Williams in the 1989 film.
From the moment that an online journalist first called attention to the striking, word-for-word similarities between a speech given by Melania Trump on Monday night at the Republican Nationa…
Ms. Benanti, a Broadway actress, entered the political satire arena when she appeared on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” to impersonate Ms. Trump.
This play featuring Nick Kroll and John Mulaney as cranky, opinionated Upper West Siders will have a run at the Lyceum Theater beginning this fall.
These newlywed comedians are performing on the same bill while staying at luxury resorts, an antidote to the traditional loneliness of the road.
Mr. Corden, who won a Tony in 2012, says he will focus on inclusiveness when hosting this year’s awards ceremony for Broadway theater.
The show, which will open at the Cort Theater, tells a sincere story and features a bluegrass band.
Laura Benanti, Jane Krakowski, Zachary Levi and Gavin Creel talk about the return of a musical first presented on Broadway in 1963.
The British actor brought an erudite dignity to film roles like the nefarious mastermind of “Die Hard” and the dour master of potions in the “Harry Potter” series.
At 28, the busy Mr. Brightman has found his signature role as loutish, lovable teacher in this play based on the 2003 hit movie.
Mr. Kroll and Mr. Mulaney are riding a comic wave with their stereotypical characters in this bit, which has grown into an Off Broadway show.
His new musical, “School of Rock,” based on the film with Jack Black, opens on Dec. 6 on Broadway.
Student groups will have the chance to perform the show beginning in January.
"I thought, if we actually make it to air, this will be a pretty good story," said the host on Wednesday night.
Viewing of the 40-year-old cult film “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” continues to evolve, with a “silent” screening in Damrosch Park.
The British actors, grand marshals and first-timers at New York’s parade on Sunday, reflect on the progress they’ve seen in their often parallel lives.