New York Assemblyman Dov Hikind is asking the city to remove a plaque commemorating a ticker-tape parade held in honor of Philippe Pétain in 1931.
It’s rarely considered good form, in the theater world, for high-level creatives involved in a production — producers, directors, etc. — to respond to that production’s reviews.
The prescience of George Orwell’s dystopian vision is prominent in the public consciousness.
Can the “Nocturnal Animals” actor sing? Apparently, yes.
Will the show earn Prince, the most decorated Tony Award-winner of all time, another nomination?
Vogel’s “Indecent” will occupy one of Broadway’s Shubert theatres starting in April 2017.
In between American classics from Broadway and elsewhere, master of ceremonies Billy Crystal managed to sneak in some great wisecracks.
“Hamilton” is not only a great musical; it is an unprecedented cultural phenomenon. Adam Langer explains how he lost his initial skepticism and became a convert to the show.
The only thing that stands between God and the destruction of the Earth is comedian Robert Klein and a new revue of Broadway showtunes. Talya Zax goes behind the scenes of the new musical “From Moses to Mostel.”
The new Broadway production of “Fiddler on the Roof” is a terrific revival. But, like a slew of classic American musicals, it’s a rousing and unabashed argument for the inevitability of assimilation.