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The recording artist says Broadway changed her life.
In addition to his after-show protest at Trump Tower, Moore added to his onstage story this week.
The woman played by Tony nominee Jenn Colella onstage talks about flying on 9/11 and watching herself onstage 75 times!
The two fell in love despite high tensions working on Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Twyla Tharp Dance is featured in a world-premiere program set to Bob Dylan music.
Feud marks Molina’s second Emmy nomination, but he’s already got three Tony nominations in the bank.
More than a call to “dump Trump,” the stories told in The Terms of My Surrender prove little acts (on any side) lead to big change.
This week’s soundtrack features 19 tunes from musical theatre history every Broadway fan must know.
Looking back at the two-time Tony nominee and seven-time Emmy winner’s theatre roots
From dressing room décor to onstage makeup, the Broadway tenor immerses himself in the infamous role.
The Juilliard grad and former Marine champions theatre through Arts for the Armed Forces.
The Hamilton creator whips out his kiddie dance moves on The Late Late Show.
How the composer-lyricist fit 17 songs in the show’s overture—plus writing new songs for Broadway’s ultimate musical revue.
Beginning in fall 2018, the college will offer the new degree for undergraduates.
The Broadway revival was nominated for five Tony Awards.
Before he made a splash on screen, Fishburne won a Tony for this August Wilson play.
The new version of Ibsen’s play comes to the London theatre in October.
The two-time Tony winner could become a two-time Emmy winner.
From over 1,000 play submissions, the publishing and licensing company chose six winners from its 2017 Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival August 12.
In this sketch video, Feud’s Jackie Hoffman calls the women in her category with an offer for Emmy night.
The 2017 Tony-winning performer will set sail aboard Broadway on the Danube River with Michael Feinstein.
From the playwright who wrote The Father comes this London production.
Watch West End star Jye Frasca sing the song that booked him Broadway’s best munchkin.
The original cast recording of Off-Broadway smash hits shelves August 11.
The studio’s Summer Shakespeare intensive culminates in two performances August 11 and 12.
The new musical comes from the writer of Broadway’s A Tale of Two Cities.
From Aaron Tveit in Company to Josh Young in Ragtime, grab your ticket to these summer productions in the perfect New England destinations for vacationing and theatregoing.
The show, starring Tony winner Christian Borle as Willy Wonka, adds another way to get tickets starting August 11.
TDF announces dates for autism-friendly performances in the 2017–2018 Broadway season.