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May 10, 2015

New York City Center's 2016 Encores! Season Features Rare Sondheim Musical

New York City Center's 2016 Encores! Season Features Rare Sondheim Musical

"Cabin in the Sky," "1776" and "Do I Hear a Waltz?" will see new life next season.

May 8, 2015

“Flash” Star Carlos Valdes Sings in “Zorba!”

“Flash” Star Carlos Valdes Sings in “Zorba!”

The CW star sits down with NBC New York to talk about his New York City Center Encores! show and his musical theater background.

May 8, 2015

Alfie Boe Returning to “Les Misérables”

Alfie Boe Returning to “Les Misérables”

The Tony winner will step into the role Sept. 1.

May 1, 2015

Wolf Hall: Part Historical Drama, Part Marathon

Wolf Hall: Part Historical Drama, Part Marathon

Wolf Hall Parts One & Two received more Tony Awards nominations than any other play on Broadway. This Royal Shakespeare Company's production, based on the Hilary Mantel books "Wolf Hall" and "Bring Up the...

Apr 29, 2015

Tony Nominees: The Path to Broadway

Tony Nominees: The Path to Broadway

Sting, Patricia Clarkson, Ken Watanabe, Tommy Tune and 11-year-old Sydney Lucas share their stories with Gus Rosendale - on just how they found their way to Broadway.

Apr 29, 2015

Sting: I Started my Musical Career in the Pit

Sting: I Started my Musical Career in the Pit

An In the Wings web extra: Sting, who received a Tony nomination for Best Original Score for "The Last Ship" tells Gus Rosendale how he got started in show business.

Apr 28, 2015

Tony Awards Nominations

Tony Awards Nominations

Two musicals tied for first in number of nominations for this year's Tonys: "Fun Home" and "An American in Paris." And then there's that show with the boy and his hand puppet. Anchor Chuck Scarborough has a...

Apr 28, 2015

"Living on Love" Sets Early Closing

"Living on Love" Sets Early Closing

“Living on Love,” the new comedy starring opera soprano Renée Fleming, will play its final performance Sunday, May 3 at the Longacre Theatre.

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.

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Woman and 2 Girls Seriously Injured in Fire

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Letter Urges Black Family to Leave "84 Percent White" Town

Letter Urges Black Family to Leave "84 Percent White" Town

Police on Long Island say their hate crimes unit is investigating an anonymous note sent to a black resident asking her and her family to leave the town, which the flyer said is "84 percent white."

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Video Shows Feds, NYPD Raid Home of Mansion Murder Suspect's Girlfriend

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CUNY Dean Killed in Derailment "Left a Real Legacy"

CUNY Dean Killed in Derailment "Left a Real Legacy"

Friends, family and students packed into a Bronx church Friday evening to mourn the CUNY dean who was killed in last week's deadly Amtrak derailment.

14-Year-Old Boy Shot Dead in Front of His Apartment Building: Cops

14-Year-Old Boy Shot Dead in Front of His Apartment Building: Cops

A 14-year-old boy was shot and killed Friday in front of the Bronx apartment building where he lived, and authorities are looking for at least two suspects, police said.

NY Cops Trained to Interact With Returning Veterans

NY Cops Trained to Interact With Returning Veterans

Behind a humble facade in the middle of White Plains, lives are being changed for returning combat veterans, thanks to one idea hatched by a former first responder six years ago.