16 years after the show premiered on Broadway, the Tony-winning pair are making some revisions to their beloved musical.
The Emmy-nominated stage and screen star is back on Broadway in the musical version of the Nicholas Sparks novel.
The Hadestown star and Tony winner is performing at 54 Below through February 24.
With Here Lies Love and Cabaret at the Kit Kat Club, this season on the Main Stem is pushing the boundaries of the proscenium.
Actors Derek Garza and Wotko Long on not creating “trauma porn.”
The Off-Broadway production's current and former Black company members reflect on what February means to them.
The Off-Broadway regular is now appearing in you don’t have to do anything at HERE.
The playwright and Tony-nominated actor are exploring trauma and redemption in the new Off-Broadway play.
Plus, that time the actor met Oprah while performing in Ain't Too Proud.
From Cabaret to Spamalot, these punny valentines will help you win over the object of your affection.
The Mean Girls and Hallmark Channel film star is making his Broadway debut in the Monty Python musical.
Whether you're proudly solo, celebrating Galentine's, or longtime coupled, we have a recommendation for you.
Pull out your passports, it’s time to celebrate international theatre!
At Clearfield High Theatre, the students designed a colorful Playbill for The Yellow Boat.
The event will honor Feldman's late mother, with proceeds to benefit the arts program that Barbra Barth Feldman created.
Returning to theatre in Dominique Morisseau's play has been a healing experience for the actor.
The Ragtime and Lion King alum will celebrate Valentine's Day at 54 Below this weekend.
After 35 years, the television star and Tony nominee returns to the New York stage in Jason Robert Brown’s The Connector.
Both the performer and the playwright of the Off-Broadway play The White Chip sees art as a tool for healing.
The producer, press agent, and knighted lady shares backstage stories, including working with Lena Horne and Bob Fosse.
The Mean Girls actor made his Broadway debut in Spamalot January 23.
He's back in A Beautiful Noise and will next be seen in a one-night-only concert of Glory Days.
They may seem like atypical choices for Sweeney and Mrs. Lovett, but they’re determined to prove you wrong.
After 16 years, the former Wicked actor is finally back on Broadway.
The new musical adaptation of the Nicholas Sparks novel is a romance, but it's also about living life to the fullest.
Tyne Daly, Zoe Kazan, and Quincy Tyler Bernstine will challenge the audience in the Broadway revival of John Patrick Shanley’s play.
They've been a West End staple since they were 9 years old. Now they're getting ready for their Broadway debut.
Though her stage shows were not filmed, the late performer high-kicked her heels up for the camera at talk shows and the Tony Awards.
The former Rent star breathes fresh life into Tennessee Williams' The Night of the Iguana Off-Broadway.
The three-time Tony recipient passed away January 30 at the age of 91.
The late, legendary three-time Tony honoree celebrated her 80th birthday in 2013 with a sold-out concert to benefit Broadway Cares.
The Tony winner is currently Queen Aggravain to Sutton Foster’s Princess Fred in Once Upon a Mattress.
The new David Yazbek, Erik Della Penna, and Itamar Moses musical follows a real-life outlaw whose dead body becomes a side-show attraction.
From Patti LuPone to Hillary Clinton, here were the most surprising guests who played the role of the "famous Broadway producer."
This week was a big one for joy all around, including onstage proposals and birthday celebrations, as well as a precious new life.
Larissa FastHorse and Lonny Price on making a radically new and inclusive version of the classic 1954 musical.
Plus, how the SAG-AFTRA strike led him to the Hadestown tour.
The two standbys are leading the show until February 8, and they've been able to put their own spin on the main characters.
The Broadway show's newest Roxie on how Dancing With the Stars was the perfect preparation for Fosse.
The composer on Terce: A Practical Breviary, which straddles musical, opera, classical music, and the Holy Spirit.
A brief history of the legendary arts festival.
The music director just retired from the long-running Broadway musical.
The actor is returning to Barbra Streisand's basement for the 10th time.
After eight years with the show, Cervantes is pivoting from Broadway to something more important: fatherhood.
The Light in the Piazza composer goes deep, and dark, in Broadway's Days of Wine and Roses.
The How I Met Your Mother star is in a new Off-Broadway play, The Ally, about discourse around Israel and Palestine.
Cepero is an Afro-Latino non-binary actor, writer, and activist who you may recognize from NBC's SMASH.
The performer on beating childhood cancer and his chance connection with a little boy who is just like him.
The performer shared a video of his medley of "You've Got to be Carefully Taught" and "Children Will Listen."
The Emmy-winning costume designer was also once a cheese seller.
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