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.
It's not his first brush with viral fame. A video of him dancing to Jennifer Lopez's "Let's Get Loud" with his husband was shared by JLo herself.
The Irish-British actress was famous for her roles in "Mame," "Sweeney Todd," "Murder, She Wrote," "Gaslight" and "Beauty and the Beast."
The actress talked to Newsweek about her upcoming off-Broadway show opposite Jim Parsons, her hubby Anthony Edwards and much more.
The Broadway icon and the writer, who won a best screenplay Oscar for 'Promising Young Woman,' announced their collab on Monday.
"Y'all should watch y'all's own play," one Twitter user wrote in response to the London production of "Hamilton" honoring the queen after her death.
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.
The Door Christian Fellowship McAllen Church in Texas issued a public apology to "Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Green talks about the long road to publication of this engaging book on theater, her life, loves, Stephen Sondheim and her problems with Arthur Laurents.
Mary Rodgers shares stories of growing up inside Broadway in "Shy," one of the best theatrical memoirs since Moss Hart's "Act One."
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.
The father and grandparents of a 12-year-old have been slammed after saying other kids in his drama class are "far better than him" at performing.
Three cast members share their experiences about being in the feel-good 9/11 musical that has been so successful.
"Do you want spirits? Because THAT is how you get spirits!" TikTok users described the woman's voice as both chilling and beautiful.
Sama'an Ashrawi shared the emotional story of when his grandfather, Dave, met a boy "with the prettiest eyes."
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.
The little show about a people-eating plant has more staying power than anyone could have imagined, anyone except those who have seen it
Princess Diana urged Les Miserables actress Ruthie Henshall to perform a song from the hit show to stop the monarch and her sister singing hymns on a holiday.
This musical comedy is both the story of a troubled comedian and an homage to TV comedians of the 1960s.
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.
Choreographers Ellenore Scott and Ayodel Casel talk to Newsweek about putting some fancy footwork into what is usually seen as a star vehicle.
Feldstein emphasizes humor in the first-ever Broadway revival of "Funny Girl," distancing herself from the memory of Barbra Streisand's iconic performance.
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.
The star of Broadway, film, television and cabaret talked to Newsweek about Sondheim, her new album and her upcoming concert tour.
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.
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.
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.