"My dream is that somebody right now is writing a Broadway show about this pandemic," Kristin Chenoweth, one of the stars of the new Robert Zemeckis movie "The Witches," told Newsweek.
Most people should receive automatic refunds, but in some complicated situations, you should contact the seller.
Mart Crowley talks about his landmark 1968 play "Boys in the Band," which went from a succès de scandale to mainstream entertainment.
"It is my belief that theater can be damaged but not destroyed," Phil Birsh, "Playbill" CEO told Newsweek.
Pentatonix singer Scott Hoying rewrote the lyrics to "Alexander Hamilton" to offer praise for Dr. Anthony Fauci on TikTok and Instagram.
"I don't think there's a right answer to grief or how someone grieves. That's different for everybody," Amanda Kloots said on Instagram.
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The Tony Award–nominated actor died on July 5 from coronavirus complications. He was 41 years old.
Cordero was diagnosed with what was thought to be pneumonia in March before a grueling battled with coronavirus ensued.
Kramer was an important part of establishing two important organizations that helped people living with AIDS.
Fans of the series about backstage drama on Broadway can relive the meta magic all over again— actually on the stage this time.
The actor reenacted iconic musical scenes from "Hamilton," "Phantom of the Opera" and more on Twitter.
Cordero's wife, Amanda Kloots, shared an updated with fans on Friday and also said that the Broadway actor had tested negative in two COVID-19 tests.
The Tony Award nominee is currently in recovery at Los Angeles' Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, his wife confirmed on Saturday.
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Terrence McNally died at 81, following coronavirus complications in a Florida hospital on Tuesday.
Even once Broadway reopens after going dark for COVID-19 concerns, the new revival of the Edward Albee play will not.
Lois Smith, who has starred in movies, television and theater for over 60 years is giving a (relatively) small but Tony-worthy performance in Broadway's "The Inheritance."
His vision in the musical is to show the cruelty and devastation, yet beauty and hope.
The current Broadway production of "The Inheritance," the two-part six-and-a-half-hour play by Matthew Lopez "that is inspired by the novel 'Howards End' by E. M. Forster" has potential audiences asking: Do you see both parts in one day or over two days?
Second Stage Theater seems to be on a mission to rescue the form, first with Tracey Letts' "Linda Vista," and now with Bess Wohl's smart, funny and thoughtful Broadway debut, "Grand Horizons."
Everything seems to be coming together for playwright Bess Wohl with three New York productions, culminating with her Broadway debut.
"The Inheritance" on Broadway "grapples with a lot of universal questions that humans have been grappling with since they could come up with questions," Kyle Soller told Newsweek Conversations.
Laura Linney is captivating in the title role in Rona Munro's Broadway adaptation of Elizabeth Strout's "My Name Is Lucy Barton."
Russell Harvard, a deaf actor in who plays Boo Radley and Link Deas in the Broadway play "To Kill a Mockingbird," is helping pave the way for deaf actors to play hearing characters.
For musical theater lovees, anytime is a good time to celebrate the work of Stephen Sondheim. Live at Lincoln Center's "New Year's Eve: Celebrating Sondheim" fills that need.
Jerry Herman, Tony Award-winning Broadway show composer and the creative force behind stage hits 'Mame,' 'Hello Dolly!' and 'La Cage Aux Folles' died Thursday at the age of 88. Read on for five facts about the legendary songwriter.
'Let 'Em Eat Cake' concerns the actions of a rogue president John P. Wintergreen who has lost re-election, fires the Supreme Court, stages a military coup and paints the White House blue.