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Historic theaters gain new life as retail stores

1 hour agoHealth : Booster Shots

Downtown’s L.A.’s Broadway Theater District, home to one of the largest concentrations of historic movie palaces in the nation, is gaining a new lease on life that doesn’t involve showing films. Some of the dozen remaining theaters are turning to other uses: There’s a hotel, the occasional church...

Patriot TV Series Filming Near Wilson/Broadway; Parking Restrictions Wednesday-Thursday

Some parking restrictions in the Wilson/Broadway area Wednesday and Thursday for the Amazon original TV series Patriot. It's described by IMDB as "A dad who works for the U.S. State Department tries to keep the peace with his two sons,...Show More Summary

clipping. – “Wriggle” Video

8 hours agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Earlier this month, mere days after frontman Daveed Diggs won a Tony for playing Thomas Jefferson in the beloved Broadway smash Hamilton, the experimental Los Angeles noise-rap trio clipping. returned with the new EP Wriggle. Today, they’ve given us a video for its title track, a berserk, hammering, industrial-tinged, Whitehouse-sampling deconstruction of Miami bass. For […]

'Hamilton' star Leslie Odom Jr. shares very classy video for 'Autumn Leaves'

Ahead of his July departure from the indestructible Broadway favorite Hamilton, Tony-winning star Leslie Odom Jr. has released a new music video for his recording of "Autumn Leaves."  The man Broadway fans know as Aaron Burr ditchesShow More Summary

‘Theater People’ Brings Broadway to the Airwaves

The only reason Patrick Hinds launched “Theater People,” his biweekly podcast of one-on-one interviews with Broadway’s biggest stars, was that he wanted a podcast like that to exist. “It really happened because I was a podcast nerd,” the host and creator recently told Backstage. Show More Summary

Woman fatally struck by SUV in Manhattan was major philanthropist

13 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

Stephanie Dains was struck on W. 75th St. and Broadway at about 8:30 p.m. She was rushed to St. Luke's Hospital, but she could not be saved.

Gay Man Stuns “America’s Got Talent” With Queen’s “Somebody To Love”

15 hours agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

Broadway performer and singer Brian Justin Crum gets "four big yeses" from the judges on "America's Got Talent."

Office building at 1250 Broadway to be sold for more than $565 million

An office building on Broadway will be sold for more than $565 million. Eyal Ofer of Global Holdings is in contract to buy the 39-story building at 1250 Broadway, at West 32nd Street, from Jamestown... To view the full story, click the title link.

See 'Hamilton' Star Leslie Odom Jr.'s Tender 'Autumn Leaves' Video

The day after winning a Tony Award for his role of Aaron Burr in Broadway's Hamilton, Leslie Odom Jr. went to film a music video. "If we could've chosen another day, we might have," the multi-talented performer says with a laugh. "It's taken 15 years for me to have a...

Director Liesl Tommy - The First Woman Of Color Nominated For A Tony For Best Direction Of A Play

Nominated for six Tony Awards, Eclipsed is the first Broadway production to have an all-female cast, director, and playwright. Director Liesl Tommy breaks history as first woman of color to have a Tony nomination for Best Direction of a Play. She offers women guidance on what it takes to thrive.

Review: The SpongeBob Musical (Broadway in Chicago)

The talented team behind SpongeBob Musical set out to create an entertaining Broadway show specifically for children, parents in tow, and they nailed it. So, get your tickets because a volcano is set to erupt that will destroy life as we know it, sponges included. Highly Recommennded! (read Corey Taylor's entire review....)

OINTB’s Soso on Her Devastating Loss

In between starring in Broadways Waitress and consoling grieving Orange Is the New Black fans, Kimiko Glenn dishes on the finale, her crazy schedule, and Asian diversity on TV.

Anastasia Theater Adaptation Is Coming To Broadway, But Sorry ‘90s Kids: There’s No Albino Bat

Fans of the debunked legends surrounding Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia —or '90s animated musicals about it—are in luck: Out of the dark of the night, Anastasia has found it’s way to Broadway. Composers Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens, who wrote the Oscar-nominated songs in the 20th Century Fox ... More »

The City & The City at Denny Gallery East Broadway

yesterdayArts : Artdaily

Denny Gallery announces The City & The City a group exhibition of Trudy Benson, John Dante Bianchi, Michael Flomen, Ghost of a Dream, Nicolas Grenier, Justine Hill, Erin O?Keefe, Caris Reid, Jordan Tate, Russell Tyler, and Amanda Valdez. Show More Summary

This Footage Of Disney's 'Hercules' Shows Why We Need It On Broadway ASAP

"Who put the 'glad' in gladiator?" A new behind-the-scenes video has been released from everyone's favorite Grecian-flavored Disney flick, "Hercules." "Hercules," if you haven't seen it, follows the mythical demigod as he grapples with...Show More Summary

Newswire: The animated Anastasia movie is getting the Broadway treatment

Anastasia, one of the rare the ’90s ’toons that was not made by Disney, has been adapted into a musical that’s going to Broadway next spring. Producers announced Tuesday that the production will open at the Broadhurst Theatre on April 24, 2017. Show More Summary

Irish step dancer uses her fast feet to pay homage to 'Hamilton'

The only thing faster than Daveed Diggs' rapping is this woman's feet. Irish step dancer, Hannah Redlich, taps through the song "Guns and Ships" from the hit Broadway musical, Hamilton. The mesmerizing beat goes perfectly with Lin-Manuel...Show More Summary

Jonathan Groff on 'Looking: The Movie' and 'Hamilton'

Actor Jonathan Groff, best known for his role on Broadway in "Spring Awakening" and supplying the voice of Kristoff in the animated hit "Frozen," is now starring in the HBO film "Looking: The Movie." With an eclectic resume spanningShow More Summary

Scene Seen

Sunday, 8am, corner of Broadway and 54th in Manhattan. I'm sitting on a bench outside Starbucks, across the street from the famous Ed Sullivan Theatre, home of the Late Show with Steven Colbert. It fairly quiet now, compared with the weekday craziness of midtown Manhattan. Show More Summary

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