On the eve of the revival of the Metropolitan Opera’s landmark production of Glass’ work, the opera star reflects on its career-defining power.
Take a closer look at the Olivier winners, Off-Broadway favorites, and Oscar nominees who earned a Tony nomination for their first Broadway show.
Check out new photos from The Public and National Black Theatre production of James Ijames' Pulitzer-winning play.
Astin joined the company of the revival at the Westside Theatre May 17.
The Glee performer shares how his previous roles prepared him to take over the judge's seat.
The Broadway Applause series salutes for colored girls….
Simon Stone’s present-day staging moves the action to America’s Rust Belt and utilizes no cyclorama.
From Rachel Dratch to Jesse Williams, take a look at this year's nominees.
“As a human being, I always enjoy Shakespeare. But as a young Black person, I didn’t always see myself reflected in it, and if I’m being completely transparent, sometimes it would feel like I wasn’t necessarily invited to.”
With the revival for colored girls..., Brown becomes the first Black woman to direct
and choreograph a Broadway production in six decades.
The nominations for the 75th Annual Tony Awards were announced May 9.
The June broadcast featuring musical performances will also offer a unique look at the history of the LGBTQ+ community in the U.S.
The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center is set to perform Saint-Saëns’s Carnival of the Animals and other animal-inspired works.
After a hit television series and now a Broadway debut, the performer talks about the work that motivates him.