The actor and singer wants his new song, "Home Is Where the Art Is," to speak to anyone who’s left their hometown to pursue a life dream.
The powerful producer faces accusations of abuse and intimidation going back decades.
After a year without theater, the Tony-nominated actor has many reasons to be optimistic.
"Rebecca Luker was one of the most beautiful voices on Broadway," Bernadette Peters said of the three-time Tony nominee.
Marty Thomas and Marissa Rosen enlisted famous pals for their "Puppies Are Forever" video, which encourages responsible pet adoption during COVID-19.
The "Black Monday" star honored his Broadway roots on "The Tonight Show," remembering COVID-19, Donald Trump and Zoom fatigue in song.
The "Newsies" actor and singer hopes to offer listeners and viewers a dreamy, LGBTQ-inclusive escape with his retro-styled debut single.
The 74th annual ceremony will be presented virtually later this year, featuring a slimmer-than-usual list of contenders due to COVID-19.
A total of 18 Broadway shows, including "Moulin Rouge! The Musical" and "Jagged Little Pill," are eligible amid a COVID-19-shortened theater season.
Joe Mantello's new adaptation of the seminal queer drama, starring Jim Parsons and Zachary Quinto, hit Netflix last week.