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Finding spots for the pop songs, credited to 161 writers, and getting the rights, was no cancan.
A new Off Broadway play aims to make sure Toni Stone, who played for the Indianapolis Clowns in 1953, is no longer a footnote to history.
Two families, one house, plus demons: The complicated set of the new Broadway musical is a shape-shifter all its own.
Matt Walker just got his big acting break in the farce “The Play That Goes Wrong.” But he’s not giving up his day job in a Nobel winner’s biology lab.
The former frontman of the Smiths, Morrissey will become the latest high-profile musician to take to a Broadway stage when he performs a career retrospective.
Some old friends showed up at “Saturday Night Live” this weekend, including the host John Mulaney, who turned in another strong performance as host.
Sure, LeBron is doing another “Space Jam” movie. But a play about LeBron is also heading to Chicago.
There’s more to the show than banging on a can. Ask George Lucas, Hillary Clinton — and the performer who’s been doing it for 20 years.
Even the winner seemed to be caught off guard when she, and not Lady Gaga, won for a movie drama, “The Wife.”
The play, “The Haunting of Lin-Manuel Miranda,” will be read this weekend at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe on the Lower East Side.
For the Broadway adaptation of the blistering satire of business, Timothy Semon calls sound and lighting cues while onstage.
The Monty Python-esque murder mystery farce, which was a hit on Broadway, will close in January. But the show will go on.
The puppet-filled musical that became an unexpected hit on Broadway in 2003 will be ending its Off Broadway run on April 28.
The storied Harlem institution will create spaces intended to incubate works by up-and-coming artists.
Quad Cinema is going to court to fend off eviction proceedings after an upstairs tenant complained that noise from its screens keeps seeping into his home.
A man was removed from the Hippodrome Theater in Baltimore after he loudly yelled pro-Hitler slogans during intermission.
The play, which ended its run at the New York Theater Workshop, will transfer to the Greenwich House Theater beginning Nov. 27.
The four musical comedy leads of this production insist that they’re not as narcissistic as their characters. Even if they’re playing versions of themselves.
Jaclyn Backhaus’s new play sounds like the story of a Punjabi-American of her generation, and it is. But it also draws on her mother’s fraught family.
Following Jennifer Simard in the rapid run-up to her first performance as a cast replacement in the hit musical.
Reba McEntire, Philip Glass and Wayne Shorter will also be honored at the Kennedy Center ceremony, which Mr. Trump skipped last year after some winners expressed discomfort with him.
The force behind “Hamilton” and “In the Heights” will bring his vision to the big screen for the first time with an adaptation of a musical by the “Rent” creator Jonathan Larson.
The national television audience might not have heard it, but Mr. De Niro definitely said it.
After winning a Tony for “Angels in America,” Andrew Garfield spoke about the recent Supreme Court decision in favor of a baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple.
The actor, who first wrote the play as a one-man show in 1989, makes his Broadway musical debut as the gangster Sonny in “A Bronx Tale: The Musical.”
A trip to Haiti inspired the set, costumes — and animal actors — in the revival of this musical on Broadway.
“Junk,” Mr. Akthtar’s ambitious study of 1980s Wall Street, receives an honor previously won by Taylor Mac and Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Get to know the playwright Hammaad Chaudry, the 13-year-old actress Rileigh McDonald and the actor Andrew Burnap.
Jamie Brewer stars in “Amy and the Orphans,” about three siblings who reunite after their father’s death, and the road trip that follows.
Tom Hanks will be making his Los Angeles stage debut, trying his hand as the comedic Falstaff in “Henry IV” alongside his wife, Rita Wilson.
After Ithaca High School canceled its production of “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” because of students’ pushback, an online mob targeted the town.