A British actress was cast in the lead role of a musical production of The Color Purple until anti-gay Facebook posts she made surfaced. Now she's suing the theatre and her agency for religious discrimination.
"I'm thrilled to be returning to host the Tony Awards, the Broadway community is very dear to my heart and I'm beyond proud to be part of this incredibly special night," said James Corden.
Audience members would have an option to wear a Star of David or the Nazi-branded symbol to a play named after Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf."
The former first lady has appeared at everything from "The Color Purple" to "Oslo" recently.
The British songwriter turns to the theater for the London production of 'Mary Stuart.'
Newsweek tested out a new range that claims to be the world's first silent theater snacks.
Tickets sold out within hours, but there's still a chance you could see the highly anticipated play.
Theaters have taken to pointing lasers at people who use their phones during a performance.
The hottest show of the year is changing how teachers approach American history.
Gershwin's "folk opera" has defied categorization since it was first performed in 1935.