Cats has returned to the Great White Way! The meowsical nabbed a lucky seven Tony Awards in 1983, and we could not be more excited for Andrew Lloyd Webber and T.S. Eliot's tuner to live again. We've ranked some of our favorite pussycats, followed resident Rum Tum Tugger around the rehearsal room and beyond, watched this video more times ...
Ladies and gentleman, presenting the silver-tongued prince of the courtroom, the one, the only Billy Flynn! Jane the Virgin star Jaime Camil has suited up to begin his stint as Chicago's razzley-dazzley story swirler. He will play a limited engagement in the role beginning on May 31, and theater fans cannot wait for him to give us that old ...Read More...
Richard Rodgers and Stephen Sondheim’s Do I Hear a Waltz?, starring Melissa Errico and Claybourne Elder, is lighting up the stage. Click through our gallery to see the perfectly lovely pics and be sure to catch the production at New York City Center through May 15.
Shuffle Along, Or the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed has tapped its way onto Broadway with an all-star cast led by Tony winners Audra McDonald, Billy Porter and Brian Stokes Mitchell. Click through the gallery for a taste of the new production, directed by George C. Wolfe and choreographed by Savion Glover.
You don't need to climb a giant tree to get a look at the magical cast of Tuck Everlasting, starring Broadway newcomer Sarah Charles Lewis and Great White Way fave Andrew Keenan-Bolger. Click through the gallery for a first look at the colorful tuner then go see the show at the Broadhurst Theatre!
Oscar winner Forest Whitaker is gearing up to make his Broadway debut opposite Tony winner Frank Wood in Eugene O'Neill's Hughie at the Booth Theatre. Click through the gallery for a first look at the production, which takes place in a bleak hotel lobby in 1928, then go see the show!
Tony winner Linda Lavin stars as a matriarch who makes a shocking confession to her children in Richard Greenberg's new play, Our Mother's Brief Affair. Catch a sneak peek with these production shots by clicking through the gallery, then see the show at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre.