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“Between Riverside and Crazy,” Stephen Adly Guirgis’s Pulitzer Prize-winning script, is set in a rent-controlled apartment that was inspired by the playwright’s own.
The choreographer Robert Garland will take over next year, succeeding Virginia Johnson, who was appointed by Arthur Mitchell, the company’s co-founder.
After a pandemic hiatus, dancing under the stars has returned, uniting old friends and acquaintances.
She’s landed her dream role in “Funny Girl.” Now she’s tasked with rescuing the faltering Broadway show and proving that she is not the person she once was.
Danni Gee, a former Alvin Ailey dancer and SummerStage festival curator, will program the dance-dedicated Joyce Theater.
The actress, who covered for Beanie Feldstein, gets the part to herself for the next month, and Broadway fans are thrilled for her.
The horsemen, courtiers, stablehands and other performers at ye olde New Jersey tourist attraction formed a new kind of medieval guild when they voted to unionize.
Catherine Hurlin and Roman Zhurbin will join the company’s highest rank, as will Daniel Camargo, who first started performing with the company last month.
The former “Glee” star will share the stage with Tovah Feldshuh, who will replace Jane Lynch as Fanny Brice’s mother, starting Sept. 6.
The actress announced on Instagram that she would be leaving the musical at the end of July, two months earlier than previously announced.
Last year, the 12-foot-tall Syrian girl trekked from Turkey to Britain to find her mother. This fall, she’ll visit all five boroughs.
The singer and actress was added as a producer of the show as it transitioned to Broadway.
The ballet star discusses what’s next in his first interview since he won his job with the company back after a nude photo sharing scandal.
The actor had been hankering to get back to Broadway after last appearing there in the 1990s. “Hangmen,” for which he received a Tony nomination, gave him that chance.
Alison Leiby had just performed her show “Oh God, a Show About Abortion” when she learned of the leaked draft opinion showing that the court could be on the verge of overturning Roe v. W…
Abi Stafford Lillo left City Ballet amid a family feud and a dispute over whether a choreographer had body-shamed her or she lacked the strength to dance her final role.
With their award for “The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical,” two musical theater newcomers won against veterans like Andrew Lloyd Webber and Stephen Schwartz.
Back from the brink of extinction, the Off Off Broadway fixture is testing a new structure that gives artists the autonomy they demanded.
Harrison Ball, Jovani Furlan and Peter Walker were elevated to replace a trio of retiring — or soon to retire — dancers.
Before leading her first Broadway musical in “Paradise Square,” she had long deferred to others in the rehearsal room — until she realized how much she has to share.
The influential dance festival is returning to its indoor theater after the pandemic complicated the last two seasons.
After the pandemic pause, nearly 130 costumes had to be remade for a cast that’s older and taller. Built in? Ways to adjust them back down in size.
“I would ask you to sit back and luxuriate in his extraordinary words and music,” the director John Doyle said before Friday’s performance of the “Assassins” revival.
Audra McDonald, Bernadette Peters, Andrew Lloyd Webber and others mourned and celebrated the essential composer and lyricist, who died at 91.
A post in a family Facebook group led an actor and a musician in the Broadway musical to discover that they are distant cousins.
Unity Phelan and Indiana Woodward will become principal dancers, helping to fill a gap left by an unusually high number of retirements.
The stage adaptation of Baz Luhrmann’s 2001 film scored 10 Tony Awards on Sunday, making it the night’s big winner.
Lopez’s drama, inspired by the novel “Howards End” by E.M. Forster, is a sprawling two-part play about gay culture in the wake of the AIDS epidemic.
Accepting the award, the director Kenny Leon said the names of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd, two Black people killed by the police last year.
Lin-Manuel Miranda takes the stage and Al Roker revs up the crowd on a night of Broadway reopenings.
Setting the mood for the evening, the show’s creator joined fans on the street to celebrate the return of Broadway.