Broadway

Broadway is making masks optional for audiences in July as several stars test positive for COVID-19.
The Broadway League said masks will be optional in July, but still encourages theater audience members to wear them.
The actor was on-stage with the cast from his Broadway show "The Music Man" on Sunday.
Mallory Maedke won praise from "Six" fans after she stepped in for one of the musical's principal stars, who tested positive for COVID-19 early Sunday.
The "Girls" and "Black Monday" actor is among of bevy of stars featured on composer Joe Iconis' new album, due out June 17.
The Tony nominee stars as Jamie, a gay man with pre-wedding jitters, in the gender-swapped revival of Stephen Sondheim's classic musical.
The “Murder, She Wrote” star will be honored for her "insurmountable" contributions to theater, which include the musicals "Mame" and "Sweeney Todd."
The "Wicked" star is the creative force behind Encore by Idina, a new apparel line. She returns to acting this fall in Disney's "Enchanted" sequel.
The extraordinary Broadway cast gush over their sisterhood, Ntozake Shange's resonant choreopoem and bringing their full selves to the stage each night.
The Broadway legend was caught on camera tearing into audience members who wouldn’t wear their masks “properly” at a Q&A for the musical “Company.”