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The Tony Awards mark Broadway's biggest night. But what does the ceremony mean in a year without a hit like 'Hamilton'?
BroadwayHD is pitching itself as a missing link in a slow-moving industry. But does the money make any sense?
'The Boys in the Band' also had a terrific first week on the boards, while the Best Musical nominees saw strong day-of sale bumps.
Frozen's cast got left out in the cold, while Amy Schumer nabbed a nom for Best Actress.
'SpongeBob SquarePants' and 'Mean Girls' led the sled with twelve nominations apiece.
Fresh off his fourth Broadway hit, the Tony nominee reflects on how life has changed under the 45th President.
It's that special time of year when pundits and producers alike pontificate in pubs across Times Square.
The 63rd Annual Drama Desk Awards turned their nose up at several of the year's biggest box office successes.
Despite boffo box office returns, 'Mean Girls', 'Harry Potter', and 'Frozen' are not created equal in the eyes of Tony voters.
Two big crossover successes are the latest gambit to boost ratings for the awards ceremony, and an indication that Broadway is becoming ever-more friendly to big names from outside the biz.
Awards season is officially underway on Broadway, as small artsy shows stake their claim against corporate behemoths.
Harry Potter's producer, Sonia Friedman, also has another big hit on the boards with 'Mean Girls.'
Despite solid reviews, NBC's latest venture didn't hold a candle to its greatest hits. What gives?
All is not well in Margaritaville.
Collaboration and meaning-making have defined success for one of showbiz's busiest tinkerers.
The 'Frozen' producer is the first institutional figure on Broadway to be accused in the wake of the #MeToo movement.
The king of leisure lifestyle (or at least its marketing) is setting up shop on The Great White Way with 'Escape To Margaritaville'.
Derek DelGaudio's hit show 'In & Of Itself' is turning magic on its head, economically and - perhaps - spiritually.
The show is the first of the season to turn a profit, and another feather in the cap of its creator.
Bruce Springsteen was immune to the impact, but Sara Bareilles got tackled hard.
Though numbers are down, the show is still selling well, and fans seem quite chuffed.
Ben Platt's performance was seen by some as signal to Steven Spielberg for his upcoming 'West Side Story' remake.
Veteran producer Scott Rudin is the man behind both stage endeavors, along with Best Picture nominee 'Lady Bird'.
The pop star's performance is a lone bright spot as the industry settles into a cold spell.
Veteran producers are finally cracking one of New York's toughest nuts.
Bette Midler played her final performance in 'Hello, Dolly!' too, which didn't hurt.
Broadway's toughest month started with a bout of the flu, but sales overall stayed robust, pointing to a very green spring.
Though they flocked in droves, buyers were only willing to go so far past a certain pricepoint.
'Hamilton' continues to break new ground as it closes in on a record $4 million week.
With over $8 billion at the global box office, 'The Lion King' musical has raked in more than every 'Star Wars' movie combined.
After a banner year for industry investors, New York's quality theater output came from all corners of the biz: on Broadway and off, commercial and nonprofit.