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New musicals featuring Pooh and the Muppets are in development, and their producer is bullish on the pandemic recovery.
Broadway's biggest night is back in the saddle - and hoping for big viewership.
'A Strange Loop' got a major boost, while 'Moulin Rouge!' lost $1 million.
Having helped thousands survive the pandemic, it is now The Entertainment Community Fund.
The slate of Tony Award nominees reflect a Broadway in recovery - for better and worse.
'A Strange Loop' got 11 nods, including Best Musical, while 'The Lehman Trilogy' led the plays with 8.
A brutal winter and chaotic spring have left Broadway oversaturated and under-supported.
Daniel Craig and Matthew Broderick test positive, as nearly twenty new shows hope to open this month.
'The Music Man' reigned supreme on the Great White Way, but there's plenty of other good news to go around.
The Immersive Arts Complex aims to accommodate traditional shows and immersive theatre alike.
Sales are perking up, but some producers worry they'll be lost in a logjam.
After its worst month in decades, Broadway sales jumped noticeably, perhaps presaging a recovery.
A trove of data shows how quickly fans flocked to their favorites - and how hard it was to launch new ventures.
Fewer than half of Broadway's theaters are occupied as the Omicron hangover lingers.
With two Broadway shows this season, the acclaimed artist is advocating dignity and eschewing nonsense.
Despite the ongoing pandemic, this $100 million pop-art show continues to evolve.
Attendance dropped to a frightening low-water mark as shows pulled drastic maneuvers to stay open.
Jackman's co-star Sutton Foster tested positive for the virus last week.
The Motown hit is the eighth show to announce an early closure as Omicron hammers Broadway.
Insulting comments from an industry leader coincided with a brutal wave of cancellations.
The Omicron surge is forcing shows to reevaluate protocols ahead of Christmas.
A slew of Covid cancellations are hitting the Rialto, but most shows are going on - for now.
Michael R. Jackson's musical has had New York buzzing since its premiere in 2019.
Cancellations are jarring, but the data behind them is surprisingly heartening.
Broadway has always been risky business, but this winter is looking extra harsh.
The holiday was lucrative, but Broadway is bracing for an increasingly uncertain winter.
Changed buying habits and a glut of content make the oncoming holidays harder to bank than earlier years.
Big hits are bigger, but smaller shows are even tougher to sell than before the pandemic.
A year later, Cody Renard Richard is deepening his commitment to changing a $15 billion industry.
Broadway's recovery slowed this week, as Halloween pulled even more buyers away from the theatre.
Ticket sales paint a confusing picture of the Broadway industry as it reopens amid the ongoing pandemic.