After making history last week as the first black woman to be named principal dancer at the American Ballet Theater, Misty Copeland is ready to conquer the Great White Way.
Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater’s eight-time Tony-winning musical is heading back to Broadway this fall.
The wedding comedy will take its last walk down the aisle at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre on Aug. 9.
17-year-old Marla Louissaint has a lot of reasons to celebrate this summer.
Misty Copeland has been named a principal dancer at American Ballet Theatre, the first black woman to achieve that status in the company's history.
Douglas Carter Beane's remembrance of things past has some solid one-liners and monologues, but he's left Patti LuPone to work without a net.
Over 80 Broadway stars will gather today to find homes for New York City’s sheltered dogs and cats.
Just because pride weekend is past doesn’t mean the celebrations of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people on and off Broadway are over.
"Wicked," "The King and I" and "On the Town" are just a few shows participating in the 15th annual season.
Among the many Americans celebrating Friday’s historic ruling by the Supreme Court to legalize gay marriage nationwide were members of the Broadway community.