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When Broadway is back on September 14, it's the responsibility of New Yorkers to be sitting in those damn seats when the orchestras start playing.
Announcements are coming fast and furious, so here is a guide to when each play and musical will reopen, and how to snag tickets.
Theater people will march on Thursday to protest racism — and Scott Rudin. Rudin, the producer of “The Book of Mormon” and the upcoming Hugh Jackman-led revival of “The Music Man,”…
They're back to giving 'em the old razzle dazzle — with a few COVID updates.
Two Broadway musicals are currently on sale beginning with their Tuesday, Sept. 7 performances, although neither has formally announced a return yet.
"Diana: The Musical," about the late Princess of Wales, will resume performances at the Longacre Theatre this year.
Times Square looked like its bustling old self on Friday. After a full year of New York musicals and plays being dark, Broadway artists commemorated the occasion by putting on a starry surpr…
The original cast of "Assassins" is reuniting virtually Monday night at 8 p.m. as part of the free online “Studio Tenn Talks: Conversations With Patrick Cassidy” series.
Joe Allen, the Theater District restauranteur whose name was synonymous with a night out on Broadway, died Monday. He was 87.
Rebecca Luker, the Tony Award-nominated star of Broadway musicals such as "Show Boat" and "Mary Poppins," died Wednesday at age 59.
The movie-business-obituary writers are at it again!
Making the Broadway musical “The Prom” into a film was a risky move for Ryan Murphy.
Forget the room where it happens. The real action goes down in the room before it happens. https://www.amazon.com/Time-Act-Intimate-Photographic-Backstage/dp/9089898360/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&a…
Denizen Theatre has swapped Zoom for a room.
It’s the Tiny Awards!
"One Singular Sensation," the famous song from the musical "A Chorus Line," has never rang so true.
See who already won in the category of Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical.
One small step closer to theater audiences actually being in the room with them.
The Broadway actor, who won a Tony Award for his leading turn in "Kiss of the Spider Woman," died this week.
Is this the "sad" future of Broadway?
"Live Your Life" is from his 2019 cabaret at New York's Feinstein's/54 Below.
It’s the longest dark period in history for Broadway, the lifeblood of New York tourism, and it’s only getting longer.
Sir Ian McKellen’s show must go on.
Smith, 88, has been with the company for more than six decades.
Andrew Lloyd Webber said that a government official bizarrely suggested that West End musicals come back “without any singing” to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.
Larry was a nice guy … is not a sentence you’ll be reading much today.
Larry Kramer, the pioneering New York AIDS activist who used pamphlets, novels, Broadway plays and ire to spread his lifesaving message, died Wednesday. He was 84. His husband, David Webster…
It’s not so much the one that we want, but the one that we got saddled with.
The $30M musical becomes the third show let go during the crisis.
The cast of Broadway’s “Waitress” is serving hope for actor Nick Cordero.
Bored at home? Starting tonight, you can be Bard at home instead.