A bevvy of new shows bumped the box office even further.
The young patients sang along as the actors belted out such tunes as “You’ve Got a Friend,” “Girl on Fire,” and “We Will Rock You.”
Friends of Florence Henderson's remembered "The Brady Bunch" matriarch as bawdy, humble and fun at a star-studded Broadway memorial.
Take a Stephen Sondheim masterpiece. Add a versatile movie star in his prime. Sell tickets for as much as $424. That formula appears to be working for the new Broadway revival of Sunday in the Park... To view the full story, click the title link.
"Mrs. Clinton has been attending Broadway shows for years, often when she has had a personal connection to an artist, a producer, or to a show’s subject matter."
A holiday weekend, three new shows, plus Glenn Close, Jake Gyllenhaal, Sally Field and Mark Ruffalo adding more star power to a roster that already sees fans lining up outside the Barrymore Theatre, angling for Cate Blanchett’s autograph, Broadway saw a 29 per cent jump at the box office last week. Show More Summary
Nick Kroll and John Mulaney turned their routine as Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland—sublimely absurd New York City bachelors—into the Broadway hit Oh, Hello. But now that the curtain has closed on the longest-running tuna joke in history, the comedians are teaming up again to host the Independent Spirit Awards this Saturday. Rapid-fire jokes?…
Steppenwolf artistic director Anna D. Shapiro: "The state of the world was really crushing me, and then Tracy got the script into my mailbox. I called him and said that we are lucky you write plays for us." (And you know that a play by the writer of Killer Joe and August: Osage County is […]
Next time you're near Target, be sure to drop by Uptown's own custom chocolate shop, My Chocolate Soul. Proprietor and chocolatier Ramona Thomas's shop had its grand opening last month at 4442 North Broadway, right next to... WeightShow More Summary
For Broadway audiences, she’s become a familiar sight — and another reason to applaud.
The man who attacked Aaron Carter at his concert is telling his side of the story – TMZ The first video from Broadway’s Anastasia musical will send chills down your spine! – Just Jared Jr Is there drama going on between Blac Chyna and Kim Kardashian over Kanye West? – Gossip Cop See photos and [...]
I often get my “America feeling” — whenever I vote, or serve on a jury (twice), when I see the Statue of Liberty, when I watch Schoolhouse Rock (yes, I’m dating myself with my love of Schoolhouse Rock). The America feeling is a happy,...Show More Summary
Anastasia is coming to Broadway, and while the albino bat may have gone the way of Anastasia’s childhood memories, “Journey to the Past” had no problem making the cut. The Oscar-nominated song is among the 1997 movie’s most memorable, and it’s the first number from the stage adaptation to properly ... More »
By Robert Niles: Scalpers at Disneyland? Fans have grown accustomed to seeing people selling tickets outside pro sports games, concerts, and even some Broadways shows. But not at theme parks. Well, that might be changing, according to Theme Park Insider reader Adriel Tjokrosaputro. Show More Summary
Guy: Oh come on! Girl: Don't “oh come on” me! Guy: I'm usually good with that. –44th St & Broadway
Can "Amélie" and "Come From Away" make it where West Coast transplants have failed before? The L.A. Times' Charles McNulty says, "Musicals en route to New York receive an enormous amount of tinkering, polishing and sharpening. Rarely, however, does all this primping smooth over structural cracks in the book or holes in the score."
This week, screenwriter and playwright Joe Tracz talks about two big projects in progress: "Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events" for Netflix and "Percy Jackson: The Lightning Thief" for Broadway. Joe talks about the challenges...Show More Summary
After Disney’s Newsies faced incredible success on Broadway a few years ago, the company offered fans worldwide a chance like no other: to see the hit Broadway musical in local theaters. The benefit to anything Disney is the huge funds behind it. Show More Summary
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child takes a significant step towards its 2018 Broadway premiere next week. As reported earlier this month by Leaky, tryouts for the Harry Potter play, which has run with much acclaim in London’s West End, are scheduled in New York February 20-22. According to a recent listing on Backstage.com, now...read more!
Broadway babies and Harry Potter super-fans, listen here: “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” auditions are happening. In New York. Next week. That’s right, according to a listing on Backstage, tryouts for J.K. Rowling’s play picking up where the final book’s epilogue left off, will be held from Feb. Show More Summary