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Meet the new bruise brothers.
Tony-winning Broadway stars have joined forces — and voices — for an urgent cause.
A bird-brained story nags in the new show for Parrotheads.
He’s got you, babe.
Joshua Harmon's would-be button-pusher about white privilege tightly constructed for its own good.
The new NBC series revolves around a small-town high school drama program.
Move over, Candide. You too, Tom Jones. There’s a new picaresque poster boy in town.
A show about queens of the beauty business is barely skin deep.
Jamie Brewer, an actress with Down syndrome known for “American Horror Story,” makes an assured Off-Broadway debut.
Emmanuel Macron has worked his star quality on the political stage — and he’s about to use it on a new one.
When they go low, we go at them with high art. That's the show in a nutshell.
Still going strong is right — in more ways than one.
It doesn’t take much to reveal people’s animal side and lack of humanity — a bit of talk does it.
Thomas Schumacher has been accused of sexual harassment and lewd behavior by former employees.
Four good actors sink their teeth into juicy roles, but they're nearly upstaged by a sense-tickling platter of fajitas.
Her name is Katharine McPhee — she’ll be your server in “Waitress.”
The gender-bending musical “Tootsie," which will run this fall in Chicago, stars Tony nominee Santino Fontano.
“Party Face” won't pass the Bechdel test, but it has its moments — and laughs.
John Lithgow's one-man show has lots of heart, but a weak pulse.
“Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda’s trophy case is getting more crowded.
Industry figures show more New Yorkers and young audiences going to Broadway shows.
Barbara Cook, who died in August at 89, was famous for her voice. Friends and family recalled the legend behind the silky soprano.
The play follows Phillipe V, an 18th century king who was out of his mind, and an Italian castrato, whose voice was out of this world.
"Last Jedi" villain Adam Driver will star as Pale, a man with a dark side, in Lanford Wilson's late-'80s drama.
Lucy Kirkwood's slow-moving but thought-provoking drama concerns legacies and how the past always catches up with the present.
A volcano about to erupt sends Bikini Bottom residents scurrying — and SpongeBob SquarePants into hero mode in the new Broadway musical.
A storm-ravaged island setting adds resonance to Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty's 1990 musical fable.
Broadway casting director Justin Huff has been fired from Telsey + Company following reports of sexual misconduct.
"House of Cards" creator Beau Willimon covers sex and power in his up-to-the-minute soap opera.
To calm pre-performance butterflies, imagine the audience is naked. No problem at "Afterglow."
Costumes don’t just stand out on stage, but on people in the audience at Broadway musicals.