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U2 will take a detour to Harlem on its upcoming tour — with or without you.
Sara Bareilles is going from “Waitress” to hostess.
Nanny McPhee is back to save the day.
Accio record ticket sales.
“Empire Records” is moving to Broadway.
Aaron Sorkin has taken too many liberties with “To Kill a Mockingbird,” according to Harper Lee’s estate.
Three months after multiple men accused James Levine of sexual assault, the Metropolitan Opera officially fired the conductor.
The Academy of Country Music Awards will be dominated by men, and host Reba McEntire isn’t pleased.
The Great American Novel is headed to the Great White Way.
Goodspeed Opera House has canceled its production of Woody Allen’s “Bullets Over Broadway” amid new attention to his alleged sexual assault.
Come what may, “Moulin Rouge” is headed to Boston.
Lin-Manuel Miranda has sent his heart home.
You’ll have to wait a bit longer than 525,600 minutes for the live broadcast of “Rent.”
Lady Gaga’s taking some time for herself.
Bruno Mars has taken his Uptown Funk to the Apollo Theater.
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before, but Bill Murray is repeating his days.
Bill Murray is living Groundhog Day — again.
For the first time in forever, you can see what’s happening on set of the “Frozen” musical.
Meet the Plastics.
Lin-Manuel Miranda, the creator of the hit Broadway musical “Hamilton,” debuted a new single off “The Hamilton Mixtape” Wednesday.
“Cats” apparently isn’t now and forever.
Ariana Grande has wrapped the European leg of her “Dangerous Woman” tour almost a month after the Manchester bombing that killed 22 people.
Time Warner is standing by the New York Public Theater.
Cynthia Nixon got political at the Tony Awards, but didn’t name names.
Sally Field continued speaking out at the Tony Awards Sunday night, this time in the form of a Planned Parenthood pin.
With no “Hamilton,” the 2017 Tony Awards are free for the taking.
Amid scandal and sponsor pullouts, New York Public Theater artistic director Oskar Eustis spoke directly to his “Julius Caesar” audience.
In a plot twist fit for the Bard, Donald Trump’s first donation from his foundation was to the New York Public Theater’s Shakespeare Fest.
No one tells Bette Midler to stop talking.
Kevin Spacey wants you to know he’s not just a pretty face — he can sing too.