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Patti LuPone Speaks To Our Collective Trump Frustration

Broadway Diva, Tony Award winner and American icon Patti LuPone is as dumbstruck as the rest of us over whom is 'leading' this country. What the hell has happened to this great nation? Apparently the worst person on Earth: Donald J. Trump. LuPone appeared as a guest on Show People With Paul Wontorek. Show More Summary

Saluting DuVernay and All Peabody Winners, Host Rashida Jones Vows, ‘Truth Will Stay the Course’

The dozens of winners at tonight’s 76th Peabody Award winners had been announced last month, but the official ceremony drew a tony, star-flecked crowd to New York’s Cipriani Wall Street. Host Rashida Jones, star of TBS comedy Angie Tribeca, established some context early in the evening. Show More Summary

Now Casting: Nonunion ‘Kinky Boots’ Tour + More Opportunities

“Kinky Boots,” the 2013 Best Musical Tony Award winner, is holding New York City auditions for an upcoming nonunion touring production, and we have all the details you need to apply. Plus three more gigs seeking talent nationwide! “KINKY BOOTS” NATIONAL TOURA nonunion touring production of the Tony Award winning Best Musical “Kinky Boots” is casting. Show More Summary

Eighties icon Cyndi Lauper puts French Colonial on the market for $1.25M

The Grammy, Emmy, and Tony award winner wrote five albums and ‘Kinky Boots’ here Girls just wanna have fun and so on, but they also wanna sell you a nice piece of real estate. Eighties icon Cyndi Lauper and her husband actor Dave Thornton...Show More Summary

$2.7M NIH Award Allows ASU Professor to Extend Potential Benefits of Rapid TB Test to Children

Hu, a researcher at the Virginia Piper Center for Personal Diagnostics at ASU's Biodesign Institute and faculty at the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, was Tony Hu was recently awarded a five-year, $2.7 million grant from the Eunice...Show More Summary

Laura Linney and Cynthia Nixon Talk Tony Awards, Trump, and Broadway Billing

Laura Linney and Cynthia Nixon swap the two lead female roles in the latest revival of ‘The Little Foxes.’ Between performances they talk Tony nominations, sexism, and the wisdom of Stockard Channing.

How ‘Oslo’ Became A Tony Awards Favorite: J.T. Rogers on Middle East Peace and Broadway Success

‘Oslo,’ about the complex diplomatic negotiations behind the Oslo Accords in 1993, is a frontrunner to win Best Play at the Tonys. Playwright J.T. Rogers explains how it came to be.

Fox Will Broadcast Live 'Christmas Story' Musical

The next musical to air live on Fox will be an adaptation of the classic movie A Christmas Story, the network announced. A Christmas Story: The Musical, scored by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, won Tony Awards in 2012 for best musical, best original score and best book. Show More Summary

FOX Announces Pulitizer Prize-Winning Rent As Upcoming Live Event!

Not resting on their laurels after announcing A Christmas Story as a live TV event this December, FOX has now announced that it is bringing the Pulitzer Prize/Grammy Award/Tony Award-winning play Rent to the small screen as a live musical event. Show More Summary

FOX Announces Live Musical Production of Rent

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WATCH: Lin-Manuel Miranda’s 2007 Cameo on ‘The Sopranos’

This time one year ago, Lin-Manuel Miranda was gearing up for his masterpiece “Hamilton” to inevitably sweep at the impending Tony Awards. But this time 10 years ago, Miranda was a fledgling talent who, like many, looked to television...Show More Summary

Finally, An Actor With Autism Is Starring In 'Curious Incident'

When actor Mickey Rowe found out he had been cast as the leading character in “Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,” the news brought tears to his eyes. Earning a spot in a production of the Tony Award–winning play based on Mark Haddon’s 2003 murder-mystery novel of the same name was a life-changing accomplishment in itself. Show More Summary

How a 23-Year-Old With Mild Anxiety and a Charmed Life Became the Lying, Sobbing, Lovesick Toast of Broadway

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Ben Platt wrecks himself onstage in “Dear Evan Hansen.” Surviving it takes practice — and has made him a favorite to win a Tony Award.

Come From Away’s Journey From 9/11 to the Tony Awards

Irene Sankoff and David Hein, the married couple who created ‘Come From Away,’ describe how 9/11 formed the foundation of a multi-Tony-nominated musical hit.

‘Come From Away,’ ‘Hello, Dolly!’ Win Big at Outer Critics Circle Awards

The 2017 New York theater season continues its steady march towards the June 11 Tony Awards, with today’s announcement of the Outer Critics Circle Awards. New musical “Come From Away” and the hit revival of “Hello, Dolly!” each landed...Show More Summary

Andrew Rannells, Debra Messing, & More Arrive In Style for the GLAAD Awards

Andrew Rannells looks handsome in a gray suit as he arrives at the GLAAD Media Awards on Saturday night (May 6) at the Hilton Midtown Hotel in New York City. The 38-year-old Tony nominated actor was joined at the event by Debra Messing, Nico Tororella, Carly Chaikin, Ross Mathews, and Christian Slater who was joined [...]

Dear Evan Hansen: The Broadway Musical That Connects Us All

Congratulations to Dear Evan Hansen for its Tony Award nominations!  From the time I first heard Ben Platt sing “Waving Through A Window” weeks before the show even hit Broadway, I decided I had to see the show as soon as it came out.  So see it I did during previews in November 2016.  AND […]

Broadway's 'Amelie' Set to Close This Month

Amelie is the first Broadway show to post a closing notice following the announcement of the Tony Award nominations this week. The new musical, starring original Hamilton star Phillipa Soo, sadly didn’t receive any nominations and grosses for the tuner have been low since previews started in March. “It has been an honor and privilege [...]

U.S. Navy to Delay Award of Frigate Construction for a Year

By Tony Capaccio (Bloomberg) — The U.S. Navy will delay by at least a year plans to award a multibillion-dollar construction contract for a frigate meant to succeed the troubled Littoral Combat Ship, service officials said. The Navy has decided to put off until fiscal year 2020 its award of a contract for the frigate. Show More Summary

‘Cursed Child’ Sound Designer Gareth Fry to Receive Special Tony Award

Just after winning an Olivier Award for his work on Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, sound designer Gareth Fry – along with  Pete Malkin – will receive a special honorary award at the 2017 Tony Awards, for their work on the limited Broadway fall production The Encounter. We are thrilled to present the 2017 Special Tony more!

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