Idina Menzel talks about her charity, stage and screen work.
Actor Jason Biggs joins Cat Greenleaf on a very cold day on the stoop to discuss his memorable role in the "American Pie" franchise, his role in the Broadway play "The Heidi Chronicles," and to share a special moment with Gra…
Sting, Tony-nominated for his THE LAST SHIP score, reveals his winner face and what he wishes he could do.
Jasmine Cephas Jones, Renee Elise Goldsberry and Phillipa Soo from Hamilton performed their backstage warmup from Hamilton the musical at the 29th Annual Easter Bonnet Competition.
Broadway.com Editors’ Staff Picks for May 2015: SOMETHING ROTTEN!, FINDING NEVERLAND & MORE! by Broadway.com
Featuring Broadway.com Editors Beth Stevens, Imogen Lloyd Webber, Lindsay Champion, Ryan Lee Gilbert and Paul Wontorek.
Stars Amanda Seyfried and Thomas Sadoski, along with director Leigh Silverman and playwright Neil LaBute, discuss working on the world premiere of THE WAY WE GET BY off-Broadway with Imogen Lloyd Webber.
John Kander and Fred Ebb's Tony-nominated musical Zorba!, last seen on a New York stage in 1983, is being reborn on the New York City Center stage for its Encores! season. Running May 6-10, John Turturro makes his musical-the…
Show People with Paul Wontorek Interview: Christian Borle of SOMETHING ROTTEN!, SMASH & More by Broadway.com
Show People with Paul Wontorek Interview: Christian Borle of SOMETHING ROTTEN!, SMASH & More
George Brescia takes us to the star-studded red carpet opening of Something Rotten! on Broadway.
A preview of our Dress Up! episode with Jason Danieley where he gets styled by George Brescia for his opening night in The Visit on Broadway starring Chita Rivera and Roger Rees.
CLINTON THE MUSICAL star Kerry Butler Answers Your Questions about Hillary, Disney & Aaron Tveit
Youngest Jean Valjean Ever in Broadway's Les Miserables - Easter Bonnet 2015 by Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS
Opting to skew younger in casting, Les Misérables set out to find a new Jean Valjean and landed with a star-in-the-making performance of "The Confrontation" by 13-year-old Joshua Colley, who stunned the audience in his vocal…
Lives changed on the morning of April 28, when a group of young Broadway stars suddenly became able to add the prefix "Tony Award nominee" to their names. A day later, when the Tony class of 2015 met the press at the Paramoun…
Willkommen to the Kit Kat Club, the hottest nightclub in seedy, prewar Berlin; here, life is beautiful.
At the opening of Gigi on Broadway, George Brescia chats with stars like Vanessa Hudgens, Victoria Clark, Dee Hoty, Corey Cott and more!
Bradley Cooper, star of Broadway's production of "The Elephant Man", talks with USA TODAY's Elysa Gardner about his Tony nomination, the physical demands of his role, and on moving the production to London.
Elisabeth Moss meets with USA TODAY's Elysa Gardner to discuss her first Tony nomination, for her role in Broadway's "The Heidi Chronicles"
USA TODAY's Elysa Gardner met with a number of the 2015 Tony Award nominees and asked them about the thrill of being nominated for Broadway's highest honor. Image courtesy Bryan Bedder/Getty Images
USA TODAY's Elysa Gardner talks one on one with Sting about his Tony nomination and his presence on Broadway.
The Zorlu Center PSM in Istanbul transforms as The Phantom of the Opera arrives in town. Take a look at this great timelapse of the transformation.
This episode is devoted to two radically different new musicals on Broadway. First up we focus on "The Visit", the last show by the team of John Kander and the late Fred Ebb. Our guests include composer Kander, its innovative…
The Broadway.com Show - 4/29/2015 Updates on the Tony nominees, AMELIE & Darren Criss as HEDWIG by Broadway.com
On this week’s jam-packed episode of THE BROADWAY.COM SHOW, we’ve got news galore about the 2015 Tony nominations, two legends returning to the Great White Way, Younger’s second season and tons more.
STORIES FROM THE LINE: “We didn’t know each other, but now we’re best of friends.” by The Public Theater
Since 1962, more than five million free tickets have been given away to The Public’s performances at The Delacorte. New York City has changed a lot since then, but one thing has remained the same: the experience of waiting …
Gregg Barnes' Tony-nommed take on a booty-shakin' Shakespeare with his SOMETHING ROTTEN! costumes.