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Broadway's most controversial show has all the makings of a disruptive hit, garnering flak and praise from all corners of the industry.
Tom Hiddleston's Broadway bow is selling well, but not spectacularly. And a raft of buzzy shows are on the horizon.
Heidi Schreck's landmark play is proof that politics and theater can be a potent (and profitable) combo.
The platform has a library of over 250 classic shows, and recently invested millions in bespoke recording equipment for preserving new ventures.
Chappelle made $3 million in his Broadway debut, off just 10 performances. Can Gyllenhaal and Manilow pull the same numbers?
The Oscar winner was fired from her Broadway-bound show 'Tea at Five,' after anonymous reports of harassment in Boston.
Chappelle wrapped $1.43 million over just four nights, setting the stage for truly eye-watering numbers next week.
It is hard to overstate the importance of the show's success - both for Broadway and America's national identity.
All told, 16 shows are set to close between the Tony Awards and Labor Day. What happened?
The $30 million musical is off to a great start as nearly a dozen other shows are set to close in the coming months.
Some of the Rialto's buzziest new shows are going out with a bang, others a whimper.
Broadway's biggest night was a lumpy, uneven affair this year, with surprising trends and upsetting snubs aplenty.
'Hadestown' and 'The Ferryman' walked away the evening's big champs, with 12 awards between them, including Best Play and Best Musical.
The two-part venture was a huge hit in London, winning multiple Best Play awards.
James Corden will host Broadway's biggest night, which is primed to be full of surprises.
KING LEAR announced an early closing, and others may soon follow suit.
The Grey's Anatomy heartthrob will star 'Take Me Out,' about a gay, mixed-race baseball star.
'Hadestown' and 'Ain't Too Proud' clocked personal bests, while 'What the Constitution Means to Me' is gaining on 'The Ferryman.'
Heidi Schreck's Tony-nominated production winning hearts and wallets alike in the race for Best Play at the Tony Awards.
The Teutonic metal icons are back for (maybe) their last hurrah - and they're looking for more than a ghoulish good time.
The multi-platinum recording artist had a boffo Broadway bow, kicking off a series of residencies from artists not usually seen on the Rialto.
Best Musical nominees 'Hadestown' and 'Tootsie' had great weeks - almost everyone else took a sizable hit.
Surprising snubs and unexpected nominations highlight an industry in contentious conversation with itself.
'Hadestown' and 'Ain't Too Proud' led the way for musicals, but megahit 'To Kill a Mockingbird' was shut out.
Adam Driver and Bryan Cranston are also selling seats like hotcakes. It's good to be bad (guys).
A season full of misfires and "meh" productions means a more exciting, unpredictable awards race.
Broadway's equivalent of the Golden Globes lauded productions far from the Rialto's rhinestones.
While 'Hadestown' and Adam Driver are earning raves, there isn't a white-hot leader of the pack among new shows at the box office.
With two huge new shows under her watch, the Tony winner is blazing a path through a notoriously difficult industry.
"The Rise of Skywalker" looks more like a nostalgic remix than a proper new Star Wars film.
Every show in the 2018-2019 season has now begun performances. What can the box office tell us about their chances at the Tonys?