"I hope what we take from [this show] is that anyone can be part of a musical. It's the same theme of 'Ratatouille' itself: 'Anyone can cook,'" the show's music supervisor, Daniel Mertzlufft, told Newsweek recently.
With Irish Rep's latest entry "Meet Me in St. Louis: A Holiday Special in Song and on Screen," the company adds a musical to its résumé, and it is a pleasure.
The movie company will release their films in theaters and on the premium summer next year.
To honor the historic nomination of a woman as Secretary of Treasury, Biden says that the "Hamilton" creator should write a musical about Yellen.
Michael Riedel's engaging new book "Singular Sensation," brings backstage drama front and center stage with news, gossip and bold-faced names.
With its post-shutdown productions, the Irish Repertory Theatre has charted a clever and innovative course to navigate the pandemic restrictions.
Most people should receive automatic refunds, but in some complicated situations, you should contact the seller.
After realizing that it would be more cost effective to blow up a real plane for a scene in "Tenet," Nolan opted to go that route rather than use CGI effects.
"It is my belief that theater can be damaged but not destroyed," Phil Birsh, "Playbill" CEO told Newsweek.
The play was shot with five actors in separate states performing in front of green screens.
Pentatonix singer Scott Hoying rewrote the lyrics to "Alexander Hamilton" to offer praise for Dr. Anthony Fauci on TikTok and Instagram.
A new documentary Zoom play, tells the stories of front-liners in the pandemic in their own words.
The theater chain announced that it would not require patrons to wear masks, to avoid "political controversy," but has switched the policy following public backlash.
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.
"We heal the general public, our patients. But we also have this untapped power to heal one another," Tara Rynders told Newsweek.
The famous recreation of William Shakespeare's original London venue is seeking U.K. government funds to help stay afloat during the pandemic if performances can't resume before September.
With theaters reopening at reduced capacities, two Texas chains will implement special precautions to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
"There are a lot of plays out there being done on Zoom," he says. "This is something else. It's not a stage play. It's a play for Zoom. As a writer, it's a different form, and as a director it's a very different form."
Plexiglass, masks, and gloves are some of the biggest changes that the theater will have when it reopens during the early phases of shelter-in-place restrictions being lifted.
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.
Using the hashtag #ShareYourShakespeare, fans got together and recited their favorite lines via webcam.
Neve played Hamlet in her black hoodie, and we used her cuddly toys for the other characters.
The award winning actor charmed the internet with his Negroni recipe, but there's more to the actor than just being a great mixologist.
The acclaimed actor died on Wednesday.
Even once Broadway reopens after going dark for COVID-19 concerns, the new revival of the Edward Albee play will not.
Showcase Cinemas became the latest theater chain to introduce new social distancing plans, including reducing theater capacity by 50 percent.
Charles Busch has a loyal following, one that has followed him from the East Village to Broadway and now to the West Village in his latest hit, "The Confession of Lily Dare."
Bean, 91, had a long career in television and movies, including 'Being John Malkovich' and 'Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.'
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?