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Tony winner Beth Leavel is coming back to Broadway for her 14th show.
After auditioning for Frozen 14 times, Caroline Innerbichler's hard work pays off.
Ilene Angel channeled her anxiety and wrote the book How To Calm The Hell Down and Be Happy.
The Pioneer Woman reflects on her beginnings
As she embarks on a special concert with Jessie Mueller and Seth Rudetsky, we caught up with the TV and Broadway star.
The Younger star reveals her hopes for Liza and what it's like to revive The Music Man on Broadway.
With their new podcast, Mamas Talkin' Loud, Cara Cooper and Jessica Rush share what it's like to juggle motherhood while doing eight shows a week on Broadway.
Devoted to telling the story of theFirst Lady of Argentina, this director offers a unique context into Eva Perón’s world
This Broadway loyalty program brings theater lovers backstage, on stage and behind the scenes
The new play, The Great Society, features the women who were key to the Johnson presidency.
Mare Winningham shares why her folk music roots run deep.
The choreographer shares her creative process and how she brought David Byrne's American Utopia to Broadway
NE-YO shares what matters most
Karen Schaler used her creativity and passion to share her Christmas joy.
With their club, The Colony, Lex and Neil Howard bring comedy and music to the Catskills.
Keith Hamilton Cobb explores the complexities of Othello in American Moor.
Sykes on playing David Ruffin: “I love how ugly I get to be.”
Kevin Cahoon left a blockbuster Broadway hit to be a stand by in an off-Broadway show. That risk transformed his career.
Ripley Rader turned her passion for making her own clothes into a thriving ready-to-wear line.
The Tony nominee on why ‘Tootsie’ is a game-changer for her
This self-made mogul was stripped of his money, contacts and home and given 90 days to build a million-dollar business from $100.
Sometimes art isn't just a painting.
Once a landscape designer, now Ron Paprocki is the pastry chef of Gotham Bar and Grill and heads their chocolate program.
Elizabeth Durand Streisand and Eric Streisand are two Broadway-loving New Yorkers who wanted to see more theater. They found a solution and built a thriving business in the process.
“It’s one of the most life-affirming stories I’ve ever been a part of.”
Krysta Rodriguez saw her first Broadway show when she was six-years-old. She has been in love with theater ever since.
Several years ago Reeve Carney’s friend, actor Joshua Kobak, offered him some mic-dropping advice that continues to help guide him.
The Tony nominee on tackling the wisecracking role of Jeff
This month Shoshana Bean makes her debut at Feinstein’s/54 Below.
Betsy and David Cartier took a big leap when they relocated to Beaufort and it paid off.
Catch Polec in the hit jukebox musical through September 8th only