The director of the Broadway revival of Richard Greenberg's "Take Me Out" talked to Newsweek about the production and what has and has not changed in 19 years
Gustern, who worked with stars including Debbie Harry, was shoved to the ground in an unprovoked attack as she walked in New York City last Thursday.
The star of Broadway, film, television and cabaret talked to Newsweek about Sondheim, her new album and her upcoming concert tour.
Harvey Fierstein's "I Was Better Last Night" is part memoir and part firsthand account of modern gay history.
Masks are also still required on the city's public transportation and other businesses choosing to keep mask rules in place.
Ted Sperling and Santino Fontana talked to Newsweek about one of Sondheim's rare flops and how it is as relevant today as it ever was.
Don't underestimate this Music Man's ability to win you over. After two years of COVID hell this show offers audiences a glimpse of musical theater heaven.
Meanwhile, spectators, performers, backstage crew and staff will all be required to be vaccinated through April.
The new musical of the gloved one features a top flight performance by Myles Frost and some flat-out amazing dancing.
The host of Spectrum News NY1's "On Stage," talks to Newsweek about Broadway, the pandemic shutdown and his loving documentary about its reopening.
The ballet, scheduled to have performances through Sunday, announced it had to halt performances Tuesday because of positive COVID tests among the performers.
Jackman announced on social media on Tuesday that he had contracted the virus and needs to quarantine despite experiencing only mild symptoms.
A representative for "Moulin Rouge! The Musical" said that the cancellation was because of a "late-in-the-day positive test result in the company."
Broadway and West End's shows had several performances, including the show "Hamilton," canceled because of a COVID-19 outbreak among performers.
From 2019 to 2020, the unemployment rate of actors jumped from nearly 25 percent to more than 52 percent, according to the National Endowment for the Arts.
This gender-switched delight starring Katrina Lenk is not so much a revival as it is yin to the yang of the original musical, a virtually new Sondheim show.
Johnson joined the cast of Wicked in 2018 as a standby for the character, but will move into the leading role full-time starting on February 14, 2022.
Nottage and Whoriskey have combined to make some of the best plays in recent history, but the union had a rather unorthodox beginning.
Steven Spielberg paid tribute to the "immortal" work of the late Stephen Sondheim at the premiere of his "West Side Story" remake in New York City on Monday.
The Broadway community gathered to pay tribute to the musical theater giant by singing Sondheim's "Sunday" from "Sunday in the Park with George."
The Broadway actor and Michael Jackson impersonator allegedly joined the Oath Keepers during the Capitol riot on January 6.
Composer-lyricist Stephen Sondheim, whose works include 'Sweeney Todd,' 'A Little Night Music,' and the current production of 'Company' on Broadway died Friday.
Broadway actor James Beeks was arrested for joining a group of 12 Oath Keepers members and helping them storm the Capitol on January 6.
In Lynn Nottage's devilish new play at Second Stage, three ex-convicts fight their boss from hell at a job from hell, with delicious results
"Morning's at Seven" is a sweet comedy, a salve for these anxious times and something everyone should try to catch, especially with this special cast.
After years of success in London, Lester finally debuts on Broadway in "The Lehman Trilogy." He talked to Newsweek about the play, its themes and his roles.
"It's all about change and how far we've come. How change has to be less talk and more action," Sharon D Clarke tells Newsweek about her star-making turn as Caroline Thibodeaux in the revival of the musical 'Caroline or Change.'
Jeremy O. Harris has shared a Twitter thread about Adele visiting his off-Broadway play—before part of the set prompted her to walk out.
"The Lehman Trilogy" dramatizes the story of the rise and fall of a company that got too big to fail and then did fail.