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May 12, 2015

Darren Criss on Becoming "Hedwig"

Darren Criss on Becoming "Hedwig"

"Glee" star Darren Criss talks about his turn on Broadway in the eponymous role of "Hedwig and the Angry Inch."

May 11, 2015

Stephanie Mills Will Play Auntie Em in NBC’s “The Wiz Live!”

Stephanie Mills Will Play Auntie Em in NBC’s “The Wiz Live!”

It will be a homecoming of sorts for Mills, who played Dorothy when “The Wiz” premiered on Broadway in 1975.

May 11, 2015

“Hamilton” Sweeps at Lucille Lortel Awards

“Hamilton” Sweeps at Lucille Lortel Awards

“Hamilton,” Lin-Manuel Miranda’s critically acclaimed musical about our nation’s founding father Alexander Hamilton, picked up a record-breaking ten honors out of ten nominations Sunday night at the 30th Annual...

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...

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...

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Neurosurgery Professor Biking in Manhattan Killed by Hit-Run Driver in Stolen Car: Sources

Neurosurgery Professor Biking in Manhattan Killed by Hit-Run Driver in Stolen Car: Sources

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Millionaire Mom Sentenced to 18 Years in Son's Hotel Poisoning Death

Millionaire Mom Sentenced to 18 Years in Son's Hotel Poisoning Death

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NY State Senator Probed Over Alleged $20K Car Bill to Taxpayers

NY State Senator Probed Over Alleged $20K Car Bill to Taxpayers

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San Juan Mayor: NYC Cabbie Wouldn't Take Me to Hotel in Bronx

San Juan Mayor: NYC Cabbie Wouldn't Take Me to Hotel in Bronx

The mayor of San Juan says a New York City taxi driver would not take her to the Bronx during her trip to the Big Apple this week.