Tony Award-winner Karen Olivo says she won’t return to “Moulin Rouge! The Musical” once it reopens, saying she's frustrated by the Broadway industry and especially the silence in the wake of revelations about the behavior of producer Scott Rudin.
As Broadway remains dark, more artists are turning to streaming to try to keeptheir careers alive during the pandemic.
Stars in the House, a live web series, has raised $700,000 for the Actors Fund.
Broadway theaters and other venues for live entertainment have been shuttered for almost a year. A brewery in the Bronx is helping raise money for artists with a special beer.
A legendary Hell's Kitchen landmark, the West Bank Cafe is hoping that a star-studded telethon will help it stay open until the curtains raise on Broadway once again.
Tony Award-winning choreographer, actress and Bob Fosse collaborator Ann Reinking has died.
More than a hundred blocks north of Manhattan's theater district but on that same famed thoroughfare, Tony Award-winner Jefferson Mays recently read his lines from a stage. But there was no applause.
John Kristiansen and Brian Blythe run a costume shop that has been hard-hit by the Broadway shutdown but they are innovating to survive and also help their competitors.
The Ben & Jerry’s of Times Square once saw lines of tourists waiting for a scoop of Half Baked or Chocolate Fudge Brownie ice cream. Now the popular eatery is fighting to find visitors and business after months of coronavirus restrictions, riots, and a shuttered local economy.
Broadway's coronavirus-shortened season is getting an awards process that reflects this tumultuous year — incomplete, seemingly unfair and filled with loss.
Broadway theaters may be dark, but there will be plenty of new online productions of some of classic plays this fall.
Nick Cordero's fight had consisted of a leg amputation and multiple mini-strokes while battling several other maladies.
Disney previously announced a theatrical release in October 2021.
Broadway will go dark amid the coronavirus pandemic.
As coronavirus fears are starting to affect everything from sports to the movie business, some Broadway plays are offering steep discounts to encourage people to fill seats.
Raise a glass! You won't have to "wait for it" much longer: you'll soon be able to be "in the room where it happens" to see the original Broadway cast of "Hamilton" in movie theaters.
On February 26th - the stage adaptation of Harper Lee's iconic book will be performed for 18,000 public school kids.
Halle Bailey, half of the sister duo Chloe x Halle, will next be going under the sea, starring as Ariel in the upcoming adaptation of "The Little Mermaid."
Every roar, grunt, snort and growl out of the toothy mouth of the 20-foot tall, more-than-2,000-pound, Tony-winning, steel and fiberglass gorilla puppet that stars in Broadway's "King Kong" originates not from some recorded Nature Channel audio track but instead from the live vocal cords of a puppeteer named Jon.
You can get your sweets served by the stars of the stage, as Schmakary’s bakery on West 45th street hosts its fifth annual “Broadway Bakes,” to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.