Actor sings "Bud Light is gay" jingle amid controversy
"Bud Light! The liberal beer, so drink it if you're cis or if you're queer, baby," Broadway actor PJ Adzima sings in a video shared on social media.
Meghan's "private" word to Prince Harry goes viral: "Why do they hate her?"
Meghan and Harry met with performers of the West End production of "Hamilton" in August 2018 during which the duchess' comment to Harry was caught-on-camera.
Cameron Crowe wants "Almost Famous" musical to be "portal" to Broadway
Crowe said his late mother always thought the film "Almost Famous" would make it to Broadway. She was right. The musical opened this week at the Jacobs Theatre.
Cameron Crowe's "Almost Famous" Broadway musical remixes beloved film
In one of the most-anticipated shows of the new Broadway season, writer and director Cameron Crowe brings his story to the stage in a new, more intimate way.
Emmy winner Mare Winningham on her fellow Brat Packers: "I love them"
The actress talked to Newsweek about her upcoming off-Broadway show opposite Jim Parsons, her hubby Anthony Edwards and much more.
'Funny Girl' star Tovah Feldshuh says Lea Michele is proof of meritocracy
The Broadway legend told Newsweek she ignored all the 'Funny Girl' buzz before joining the cast of the show revival alongside Lea Michele.
'Phantom of the Opera' Broadway Closure Brings Tears and Cheers
"I cannot imagine a world without the phantom of the opera on broadway," said one fan on Twitter. The show will close after commemorating 35 years.
'Come From Away' Creators Reflect on Show's Run and Enduring Appeal
Irene Sankoff and David Hein, who wrote the book, music and lyrics to the Broadway hit talked to Newsweek about how this show has touched audiences.
Josh Groban Lands Dream Role in 'Sweeney Todd' Broadway Revival
Josh Groban has long adored the score of the musical, created by Broadway legend Stephen Sondheim, and even had a dog named Sweeney.
Asher Muldoon Dissects His Bloody Good Musical 'The Butcher Boy'
Asher Muldoon, who wrote the book, music and lyrics, talked to Newsweek about the creation of the "The Butcher Boy," which had its world premiere at Irish Rep.
Texas Church to 'Pay Damages' After Unauthorized 'Hamilton' Goes Viral
The Door Christian Fellowship McAllen Church in Texas issued a public apology to "Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Meet Netflix's '13: The Musical' Cast
"13: The Musical," the much-loved Broadway show, has got a movie adaptation and it is streaming on Netflix now.
'Inu-Oh' Director Masaaki Yuasa on Giving Noh Theater a Rock Opera Twist
Critically-acclaimed anime director Masaaki Yuasa spoke to Newsweek about his film "Inu-Oh," giving Noh a rock opera twist, and working with rock star Avu-Chan.
Mary Rodgers Opens Up About Her Life in and Around Broadway in 'Shy'
Mary Rodgers shares stories of growing up inside Broadway in "Shy," one of the best theatrical memoirs since Moss Hart's "Act One."
Elizabeth Teeter Talks About Her New 'Dead Mom' Video From 'Beetlejuice'
The new Lydia in the Broadway hit musical Broadway "Beetlejuice" talked to Newsweek about a new music video from the show and her theatrical journey.
'Glee' Stars Slam Lea Michele's Casting News: 'Broadway Upholds Whiteness'
Lea Michele has been cast in the Broadway revival of "Funny Girl" but her former co-star Sammie Ware is furious at the news.
'Come From Away' Sets Closing Date as It Sets Records on Broadway
Three cast members share their experiences about being in the feel-good 9/11 musical that has been so successful.
Man's Thread About Grandad's Relationship With John Kander Goes Viral
Sama'an Ashrawi shared the emotional story of when his grandfather, Dave, met a boy "with the prettiest eyes."
Musician Dave Stewart Unveils 'Ebony McQueen' Album, Eyes Movie Version
The Eurythmics co-founder talks about his latest record, whose storyline is based on his youth, that he plans to turn into a film and stage musical.
How to Watch, Live-Stream of 'Ann Morrison: Merrily From Center Stage'
Ann Morrison, one of the stars of Stephen Sondheim's great flop, "Merrily We Roll Along," talked to Newsweek about her new cabaret show and about old friends.
After 40 Years, 'Little Shop of Horrors' Is Still Going Strong—Off-Broadway
The little show about a people-eating plant has more staying power than anyone could have imagined, anyone except those who have seen it
Billy Crystal Does Stand-Up Job in Broadway Comedy 'Mr. Saturday Night'
This musical comedy is both the story of a troubled comedian and an homage to TV comedians of the 1960s.
Benjamin Pajak's Broadway Debut in 'Music Man' Is Thump'n Thpethyul
This talented 11-year-old actor, who plays Winthrop in the new revival of "Music Man," talked to Newsweek about how he got his part and what it means to him.
Two Trailblazing Choreographers Bring Some Fancy Dancing to 'Funny Girl'
Choreographers Ellenore Scott and Ayodel Casel talk to Newsweek about putting some fancy footwork into what is usually seen as a star vehicle.
Jonah Hill Toasts Sister Beanie Feldstein in 'Funny Girl' Amid Iffy Reviews
While Jonah Hill is toasting Beanie Feldstein, the critics are roasting her performance as Fanny Brice in the Broadway revival of "Funny Girl."
Beanie Feldstein Puts the Funny Into Broadway's New 'Funny Girl'
Feldstein emphasizes humor in the first-ever Broadway revival of "Funny Girl," distancing herself from the memory of Barbra Streisand's iconic performance.
How the Audience Reacted to Pamela Anderson's Broadway Debut in 'Chicago'
Pamela Anderson made her Broadway debut as Roxy Hart in "Chicago" on Tuesday night, and her performance was met with a standing ovation.
Beanie Feldstein Hopes This Legend Doesn't Show Up to Her 'Funny Girl' Show
Beanie Feldstein is playing Fanny Brice in the latest stage adaptation of "Funny Girl," but she doesn't want to know if her predecessor comes to watch.
How to Watch 'Anything Goes,' Starring Sutton, Foster in U.S. Cinemas
The 2021 London revival of the Cole Porter classic musical comedy has been captured on film and will be shown in U.S. theaters on March 27 and 30.
MasterVoices to Perform Stephen Sondheim's 'Anyone Can Whistle' in Concert
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.