Songwriter Joey Contreras' latest pop anthem conveys the story of two queer men caught in an emotional tug-of-war through interpretative dance.
The musical, aimed at "celebrating the origins of dance culture and the Black cultural experience," is set to debut on Broadway in 2021.
Starring Jeanna de Waal as the "People's Princess," the show boasts a Tony Award-winning creative team.
New York police confirmed a motorcycle's backfire generated gunshot-like sounds that prompted audience members and the show's cast to panic.
The Oscar-winning actress is accused of other extreme behavior on the one-woman show "Tea at Five."
“It’s hard to look at things that are uncomfortable. But the only way to make progress is to feel the discomfort," the actress said.
Actor, dancer and choreographer John Alix says the Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS fundraiser has deeply personal significance.
At the Tony Awards, "Hadestown" director Rachel Chavkin called out the lack of women and people of color leading the theater world's biggest productions.
Anaïs Mitchell's folk opera smash surprised no one by taking home the Best Musical award on Broadway's biggest night.
The actress earned rave reviews for her performance in the Broadway revival of "Oklahoma!"
The Tony-nominated actor gives a rich performance in the Broadway musical as The Temptations' Otis Williams, the only surviving original member of the group.
The four-time Tony nominee reflects on the triumphs and limitations of Harper Lee's classic text.
The show is inspired by the "themes and emotions" of Alanis Morissette's iconic Grammy-winning album.
The Tony-nominated actor says playing opposite Adam Driver and Keri Russell in Lanford Wilson’s drama is "the most free" he's ever been on stage.
Matthew Knowles says he's already reached out to his daughter and bandmates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams for support.
The 19-year-old singer and actress says starring in "The Cher Show" has “given me a lot of freedom to be unapologetic in who I am.”
Engel also appeared on Broadway in plays and musicals including “Hello, Dolly!”, “The Boys from Syracuse” and “The Drowsey Chaperone."
The Broadway star has dealt with the condition for years -- sometimes even during a performance.
The Tony winner calls the role of down-on-her-luck Dee Dee Allen “the easiest hard work I’ve ever done.”
The smash musical provides a unique showcase for the actress, who hopes her star billing opens doors for a wider range of theatrical voices.