McDonald, a six-time Tony winner, said she hoped artists would continue to fight for equality after an unprecedented 18-month theater shutdown.
The New York actor and singer is hitting the stage with a show that reflects his mindset after 18 months of pandemic life.
Sara Bareilles and her musical co-stars honored the late actor, who died of COVID-19 last year, with an onstage singalong.
New York's pandemic-shortened theater season included “Jagged Little Pill” and “Moulin Rouge: The Musical,” and will be celebrated Sept. 26.
After catching heat for a problematic casting choice, Sia clapped back at several professional autistic actresses. Here's what that signals to the autistic community.
Fundamentally unworkable in a pandemic, the theatre industry has been badly hit by the virus - and as redundancies have begun, experts fear mass closures aren't far away.
The playwright taps the cast of The Apple Family Plays for "What Do We Need To Talk About?"
The actor's new off-Broadway comedy aims to remind viewers to "hold on to the people who matter to you," no matter how imperfect they may be.
For many Cirque du Soleil fans, the costumes are a highlight of any show, and in this respect, Alegría shines. The production
Jeff Wolk's new documentary pulls back the curtain on Soloway, 91, who has been cited as an LGBTQ pioneer in his industry.
The actor, known for “M. Butterfly” and “Thoroughly Modern Millie,” says his provocative musical role allows him to "speak from my own heart."
Here’s how "typing" has affected the way they audition.
The critically acclaimed trans actor is challenging audiences — and casting directors.
Anaïs Mitchell's folk opera smash surprised no one by taking home the Best Musical award on Broadway's biggest night.
Michael McKeever’s devastating off-Broadway play is a modern morality tale about love, family and commitment.
A classically trained actor, Rain was one of the founders of the Stratford Festival in Ontario, Canada.
"To see my part being played, it makes you feel like you’re not crazy."
The show — part theater piece, part choral work — will debut in San Francisco.
In the era of MeToo, intimacy directors are more in demand than ever.
The "play with a musical" takes a satirical look at being Asian in modern America.