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Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty on creating an original story with Terrence McNally for their latest Broadway outing.
The life of the late Tony Award-winning Broadway producer and patriarch of the theatre-owning dynasty was celebrated in a star-filled April 9 memorial.
Fresh off her 1991 Tony Award win for Best Actress in a Musical, a 20-year-old Lea Salonga talks about the pressures of starring in one of Broadway’s most-expensive blockbusters.
The Oscar-nominated actor and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright of Buried Child nearly bypassed a life in the theatre.
As the Off-Broadway institution turns 30, Bernard Telsey, William Cantler, and Robert LuPone celebrate another first.
Actor William Daniels recounts a life spent on the stage and on the screen and that infamous rejection of a Tony nomination.
Artistic director Neil Pepe celebrates 25 years of supporting theatre’s great writers.
The playwright and Pulitzer Prize finalist turns in another singular work with his new play, Everybody.
After chronicling the lives of Brando, Fonda and more, and a lifelong friendship with Audrey Hepburn Patricia Bosworth reports on her own life.
Highlighted performances, reunions, and anticipated transfers to Broadway.
The Jitney director talks about Wilson’s influence, and completing his American Century Cycle on Broadway.
In Transit’s cast and creative team, including writer Kristen Anderson-Lopez, director Kathleen Marshall, and more hit the red carpet on opening night.
Friends share personal stories and quintessential Albee-isms at the memorial service for the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright.
Though the Golden Globe-nominated actor had avoided Shakespeare’s Othello, he couldn’t resist the New York Theatre Workshop production co-starring Daniel Craig.
Josh Radnor returns to the New York stage in a new Off-Broadway play.
For the first time in his 30-year career, the Tony Award-winning playwright straddles two different mediums.
The stage precursor to Dangerous Liaisons opens in a salacious Broadway revival.
Christian Borle, Andrew Rannells, Stephanie J. Block and more reflect on their opening night of Falsettos on Broadway.
Chenoweth reveals her plans, and her wardrobe, for her upcoming Broadway concert: My Love Letter to Broadway
With a cast full of acting titans, the red carpet was much the same.
Nick Kroll and John Mulaney talk about their starry night opening on Broadway, they’re oh-so-fitting surprise guest and leaving audiences charmed, we’re sure.
Inside the opening night and after party with the stars and creative forces behind Roundabout’s “joy machine.” How do they think it went?
The Oscar nominee made her Broadway debut in the Anton Chekhov play, and now she’s back—this time, starring. She recalls her first trip to the Orchard.
The Tony Award-winning writer takes us back to the moments he found inspiration for March of the Falsettos and Falsettoland—what is now Falsettos, the musical being revived on Broadway.
Petru Popescu, the first to tell the story of Loren McIntyre, was among the opening-night attendees of Broadway’s The Encounter.
How great do you have to be to win a mainstream theatre award for just a single performance?
Tick, Tick…BOOM! upgraded to a bigger theatre due to ticket demand, and now the company producing the musical also looks to upgrade—with each and every Off-Broadway venture.
Both his worlds came comfortably together in the same banquet hall at the Waldorf Astoria.
Inside the opening night performance and festivities with the composer and cast of the anticipated revival of the record-breaking classic.