Michael Arden's engaging production is performed simultaneously in ASL and spoken English by a cast of more than two-dozen actors, some deaf.
The 29th annual event gives Broadway fans access to top talent, memorabilia and one-of-a-kind experiences.
It’ll be a star-studded fall on Broadway, with Hollywood’s biggest names hitting the boards in almost a dozen new works and revivals.
Yes, there are other new musicals playing on Broadway other than “Hamilton.”
"Riverdance" creator Michael Flatley will make his Broadway debut this fall, bringing his acclaimed show, “Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games,” to the Lyric Theatre after a sold-out run in London.
Rattlestick begins its 21st season with Michael Laurence as a neurotic actor and adoptee who thinks Annette O'Toole may be his birth mother.
Lucas Hnath's play is a smart and surprising look at faith in America, with a rotating choir that draws singers from across the five boroughs.
The new musical will say goodbye to Broadway on Oct. 25.
After an insensitive tweet encouraged customers to stream live TV at the theater, Broadway is biting back.
“Hand to God,” the dark comedy about a boy in a Christian Puppet Ministry group whose puppet becomes possessed by the devil, will end its run at Broadway’s Booth Theatre on Jan. 3, 2016.