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One political wizard worked her magic to keep the Emerald City in the Dogwood City.
After launching an investigation into the leading ticket sellers, New York State Senator James Skoufis introduced a bill last week to transform the Broadway ticketing business.
As Broadway producers start making plans to reopen their shows following the COVID-19 pandemic, several leading doctors recommend requiring all theatergoers to provide proof of being vaccina…
As insurance companies denied insurance claims for Broadway shows like "Tina" and "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child," certain shows will be put at a competitive disadvantage when Broadway r…
In waiting a year after the shutdown to begin voting, Tony Awards voters might not remember the shows well enough to cast accurate votes.
In December, Crossroads Live acquired the Gordon Frost Organisation, one of the leading theatre production companies in Australia.
Although many tourists are not coming to New York during the COVID-19 pandemic, foreigners still have their sights set on Broadway.
As London's West End theaters remain shut and individuals grow tired of watching livestreamed shows during the COVID-19 pandemic, Olivier Award-winning actress Maria Friedman has launched a …
Jersey Boys will be working their way back to the West End.
Lovers of the Broadway musical 'First Date' will need to brush up on their Russian to watch the sequel.
As theaters remain dark, there might be a game of musical chairs behind the scenes.
The Broadway theater owner that gave a home to the original production of Spring Awakening now finds itself the victim of a rude awakening.
The clock is ticking for one of Broadway’s most powerful marketing tools.
Tax credits might help to diversify Broadway credits.
After two decades of duds cost investors almost $200 million, a new book will explore how Broadway became a boulevard of broken dreams.
Last week, the U. S. Copyright Office released a report urging federal legislators to change the law to better protect.
When 'Aladdin' returns to the New Amsterdam Theatre, all of its magic carpet rides might need to be cleared with an air traffic controller.
With the cruise line industry treading water, Broadway investors might no longer be able to count on a steady stream of licensing revenue.
Governor Cuomo has responded to the roar of the crowd.
As a new task force takes center stage to help boost the New York economy, Broadway has been banished to the balcony.
The White House might soon help the Great White Way.
While executives at NBCUniversal and WarnerMedia prepare to launch their own streaming services to battle against Netflix and Disney, a group of Broadway executives is preparing to launch a …
Broadway Podcast Network seems to be bucking the trend.
The show continues to go on in some countries, and not everyone is happy about it.
The British import that was once touted as the greatest thing since sliced bread quickly turned out to be toast.
The government is not going to stop investors from losing their shirts on Broadway.
The writer of the Grammy Award-winning song “We Are Young” is now making a musical for young audiences.
The new Cats movie has had almost nine lives.
Last year, Evelyn Castillo sued the Broadway landlord in federal court over its policy blocking guests from bringing outside food into its theaters.
After almost four decades, the Nederlander family has regained control of the National Theatre.
Julie Andrews is open to returning to one of her favorite things: the Broadway stage.