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J.J. Abrams made his Broadway debut on the producing team of the long-running show.
Three new musicals have opened to...less-than-stellar reviews. What does it mean for their longevity?
Two very different shows made excellent impressions on their target audiences.
Four years after winning a Tony, Walter White returns to New York. Meanwhile, a buzzy show beats a hasty retreat.
Right now, the Boss is Broadway's most influential person when it comes to dollars - but he's not the only power player.
Mark Fisher and Michael Keeler have built a neon fiefdom in Manhattan, and they're only getting started.
The deal is a boon both to the show's producers, and to fans who couldn't stomach the $500 price tag on Broadway.
The revival, starring Jim Parsons and Zachary Quinto, was a solid bet for investors in a notoriously tough biz.
Gwyneth Paltrow's Broadway producing debut 'Head Over Heels' had a dismal start, too...
Anne Hamburger rebooted her seminal company after a decade working for Disney.
Best Musical winner 'The Band's Visit' wasn't the only show to make its investors grin.
'The Band's Visit' dominated the night with a massive sweep, but other trends emerged - not all of them so glam.
Broadway's biggest night is here and we're updating our coverage on the fly.
FORBES 30-Under-30 honoree Paapa Essiedu leads an old company into new territory.
The fate of shows like 'SpongeBob SquarePants' and 'The Band's Visit' will be decided next Sunday.
Top honors will likely go to the season's biggest extravaganza and its most intimate chamber piece.
'Escape To Margaritaville' was in hot water even before critics savaged it.
Laurie Metcalf is in fine form putting on another Tony-nominated performance.
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?