Mary Rodgers shares stories of growing up inside Broadway in "Shy," one of the best theatrical memoirs since Moss Hart's "Act One."
A new biography claims that the queen's lady-in-waiting told a lunch partner to "mark my words" about her assessment of the Sussexes future.
Since 2018, the event was either cancelled or done virtually, but now people can again get up close with some adoptable cats and dogs.
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.
Eileen Thomas asked about Karin Rother, who would be in her 60s now, on a daily basis.
Three cast members share their experiences about being in the feel-good 9/11 musical that has been so successful.
Three cast members and the director of the original company of "How I Learned to Drive" have come back in a riveting and very funny revival.
Ferrante talked to Newsweek about the art of comedy, his PBS show about Groucho and why Marx remains relevant.
The five women in "Belfast Girls" are in search of a new and better life, and they are in for the ride of their lives
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
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.
Feldstein emphasizes humor in the first-ever Broadway revival of "Funny Girl," distancing herself from the memory of Barbra Streisand's iconic performance.
The artistic director of the Atlantic Theater Company talks about "American Buffallo," David Mamet, Laurence Fishburne, Sam Rockwell and Darren Criss.
Neil Simon's comedic gifts are on full display in the Broadway revival of "Plaza Suite," which is in the good hands Broderick, Parker and John Benjamin Hickey.
After a two-year delay, "The Minutes" is set to debut on Broadway, and actor-playwright Letts talked to Newsweek about how the play has changed with the times.
Meghan Markle's former patronage of Britain's National Theatre has been given by to Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
The famous play, which officially premiered in 1996 and won three Tonys, four Drama Desk Awards and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, adapts "La Boheme" for the HIV/AIDS crisis.
Saturday Night Live's Cecily Strong stars in the new production of Lily Tomlin and Jane Wagner's "The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe."
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.
Tickets to see the highly anticipated MCU blockbuster are now a red-hot commodity.
Students allege that the teacher was upset by their concerns and decided to cancel the play rather than put it on with their suggested revisions.
From an art festival at the furthest edge of the world to a new Fellini museum in Italy to a contemporary Indigenous dance tour, culture is live and alive once again.
The Village Theatre asked potential employees: "How do/would you disrupt the toxic whiteness of the musical theater genre?" and "What does anti-racism look like in your classroom?".
Most people should receive automatic refunds, but in some complicated situations, you should contact the seller.
Cordero was diagnosed with what was thought to be pneumonia in March before a grueling battled with coronavirus ensued.
From Lincoln Center Live to the ultimate Stephen Sondheim tribute, there are several ways to still see live performances featuring top-notch talent.
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.