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Jun 8, 2015

“The Visit” Sets Closing Date

“The Visit” Sets Closing Date

“The Visit,” the final new musical from celebrated songwriting team Kander and Ebb (“Chicago,” “Cabaret”), will play its final performance at Broadway’s Lyceum Theatre on Sunday, June 14.

Jun 8, 2015

Broadway Play Sued Over Sock Puppet Routine

Broadway Play Sued Over Sock Puppet Routine

Abbott and Costello's heirs are suing the producers of a Broadway play in which a character uses a sock puppet to perform part of the comedians' famous "Who's on First" routine.

May 29, 2015

Darren Criss to Co-Host Online Tony Red Carpet Special

Darren Criss to Co-Host Online Tony Red Carpet Special

"Glee" alum and "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" star Darren Criss will co-host the first ever red carpet live stream.

Apr 28, 2015
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By Dave Quinn

30 Hollywood Actors Snubbed for 2015 Tony Nominations

These A-listers may have starred on the Great White Way, but they were nowhere to... See Full Gallery

Apr 28, 2015

2015 Tony Nominations Announced, Hollywood's Elite Snubbed

2015 Tony Nominations Announced, Hollywood's Elite Snubbed

"Fun Home" and "An American in Paris" lead the pack with 12 Tony nominations, including honors for Best Musical.

Apr 28, 2015

Cumming, Chenoweth to Host 2015 Tony Awards

Cumming, Chenoweth to Host 2015 Tony Awards

Two Broadway babies will lead the ceremony for Broadway's biggest night.

Jun 10, 2014
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By Dave Quinn

Seen and Heard: The 2014 Tony Awards From in the Wings

Sunday’s Tony Awards honored the best of Broadway. And while you were watching... See Full Gallery

Jun 10, 2014

Seen and Heard: Backstage at the 2014 Tony Awards

Seen and Heard: Backstage at the 2014 Tony Awards

While you were watching the telecast, NBC New York was backstage in the winners circle.

Jun 11, 2014

"Gentleman's Guide" Named Best Musical; Cranston, NPH Win Tonys

"Gentleman's Guide" Named Best Musical; Cranston, NPH Win Tonys

“A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder,” the dark comic musical in which vicious slayings are played for laughs in Edwardian England, won four honors at Sunday’s 68th Annual Tony Awards, including the...

Jun 6, 2014

The 2014 Tony Awards: We Pick The Winners

The 2014 Tony Awards: We Pick The Winners

NBC New York theater writers Robert Kahn and Dave Quinn offer their picks for the top categories in Sunday’s Tony Awards.

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NBC Peacock Lights Up NYC Skyline for 1st Time

NBC Peacock Lights Up NYC Skyline for 1st Time

One of the city's most popular skyscrapers, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, lit up Wednesday evening with a new corporate name: the Comcast Building. The rooftop signs on the 70-story building replace the General Electric...

American Flag Burned in NYC Park to Protest Racism

American Flag Burned in NYC Park to Protest Racism

Activists set fire to the American flag at a Brooklyn park that memorializes thousands of Revolutionary War heroes Wednesday in protest of "systemic racism," though turnout was much smaller than the hundreds...

Woman Killed by Falling Tree While Walking to Car

Woman Killed by Falling Tree While Walking to Car

A 21-year-old community college student and a beloved sister to two siblings died at a hospital where she was a student intern after she was crushed by the trunk of a tree that split in half following heavy rain...

2 Killed in Crash Near L.I.E. in Queens: NYPD

2 Killed in Crash Near L.I.E. in Queens: NYPD

An adult and a child died in a crash near the Long Island Expressway in Queens Wednesday evening, police say.

U.S. Probes Possible Airline Collusion to Raise Fares

U.S. Probes Possible Airline Collusion to Raise Fares

The U.S. government is investigating possible collusion among major airlines to limit available seats, which keeps airfares high, according to a document obtained by The Associated Press. The civil antitrust...

Stuck Bridge to Delay Metro-North Trains Through Thursday Morning

Stuck Bridge to Delay Metro-North Trains Through Thursday Morning

Mechanical problems with a 111-year-old bridge in Stratford, Connecticut, will likely delay Metro-North traffic through Thursday morning rush-hour, according to a spokesperson for the railroad.