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Whether cooking the big meal in the kitchen or needing some post-dinner musical stylings, this playlist hits the spot.
Li and Yan want their musical Interstate to "contribute to what it means to be queer, trans, and Asian-American in the world."
Demystifying the relatively new profession and why it’s not just about sex scenes—plus info on the even-newer field of violence direction.
Growing up in the church, Webb combines her faith and family: “I feel like I'm a part of that community, so why wouldn't I speak up about it? I wouldn't know how not to.”
These directors are making waves in the field—and none of them have yet directed for Broadway.
Kenny Seymour and Stephen Oremus talk MUSE’s founding—plus, information on the November 14 free event.
The choreographer reflects on his Dance Theatre of Harlem and Ailey roots and his style for the musical drama starring Emmy Raver-Lampman and Solea Pfeiffer.
The Grammy nominee and America”s Got Talent alum asks “What if Marvin Gay were still alive today?” And answers it with Imagining Marvin.
An interview with the writer of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical and the upcoming bio-musical Mandela.
How this theatre company isn’t just making theatre on Zoom but for it.
Since its establishment in June, the organization established by Black theatre artists like Phylicia Rashad, Billy Porter, Audra McDonald, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Allyson Tucker, and more, ha…
The Waitress and Hamilton stars, respectively, announced the pregnancy on Instagram.
“When I'm doing eight shows a week, HIV is not in my way,” says the Hamilton star, as he dispells myths around HIV, AIDS, and health.
The Tony Award winner offers help in navigating systemic racism, anti-racism, allyship, and more in her eight-episode IGTV series.
From the composing team to the stars of the new animated movie musical, catch work by Phillipa Soo, Conrad Ricamora, and more.
If you’ve never seen Watts’ spoken word, now is the time. The second installment of the series, a collaboration between Broadway’s Adam Kantor and OneTable, will go wide November 6.
The father-daughter duo collaborated as performer-director on this jazzy tune reminding everyone to stay cool during election week.
The man who brought us Floyd Collins from an apartment cave re-envisions the Sondheim musical with an all-star cast.
Gilead Storytellers, a series of four interviews with Broadway greats like Javier Muñoz and Rema Webb, lead up to the one-of-a-kind benefit concert December 1.
The new song “Actually Vote” (and its music video) are here to get young voters to the polls.
Hosts of the NBC morning show pay tribute to Hamilton, Wicked, Cats, and Chicago—decked out in full costume.
Sharrod Williams—seen on Broadway in Cats and in Hamilton in Chicago—created, wrote, and now stars in the series.
The Tony winner and chair of The Actors Fund honors American heroes.
The Tony winner and chair of The Actors Fund offers a new version of the Ragtime classic just in time for the upcoming election.
Get a sneak peek at Episode 3 of the Epix series’ second season, from the writer of The Ferryman and Jerusalem.
The Band’s Visit and Head Over Heels stars, respectively, wed in a recent Central Park ceremony.
The studio that brought you the Hamilton film, now brings you Spike Lee’s adaptation of David Byrne’s American Utopia.
Everything. Still, we break down the history-making noms and takeaways in a season cut short by COVID-19.