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Dec 22, 2014

Bill and Hillary Clinton Board “The Last Ship”

Bill and Hillary Clinton Board “The Last Ship”

The former President and former Secretary of State were just two of the many famous names in the audience of Sting’s musical Saturday night.

Dec 19, 2014

In the Wings: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time

In the Wings: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time

The Associated Press has named “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time” one of the top productions of the year and based on ticket sales, theatergoers seem to agree.

Dec 19, 2014

NBC’s “Smash” Returning... For One-Night-Only

NBC’s “Smash” Returning... For One-Night-Only

"Smash" producers will bring "Bombshell" to the stage.

Dec 19, 2014

“School of Rock” Musical Heading to Broadway

“School of Rock” Musical Heading to Broadway

Andrew Lloyd Webber will write new music for a stage adaptation of the 2003 film.

Dec 18, 2014

Review: "Every Brilliant Thing," Starring Jonny Donahoe

Review: "Every Brilliant Thing," Starring Jonny Donahoe

In Duncan Macmillan's one-man show, starring Jonny Donahoe, a young man arrvies at a lengthy list of things that make life worth living.

Dec 16, 2014

6 Books Perfect for Any Theater Fan

6 Books Perfect for Any Theater Fan

Your holiday shopping just got a whole lot easier.

Dec 12, 2014

“Side Show” Revival Closing

“Side Show” Revival Closing

Bill Condon’s $8 million reboot of the flop 1997 musical will close Jan. 4.

Dec 10, 2014

“Love Letters” Revival Wraps Early

“Love Letters” Revival Wraps Early

The critically-acclaimed Broadway revival of A.R. Gurney’s classic play will play its final performance Dec. 14.

Dec 10, 2014

Laura Benanti to Headline New Rockettes Show

Laura Benanti to Headline New Rockettes Show

The Rockettes will kick off a new show this spring at Radio City Music Hall.

Dec 9, 2014

Jennifer Nettles to Make Broadway Debut in “Chicago”

Jennifer Nettles to Make Broadway Debut in “Chicago”

The Sugarland singer will play Roxie Hart for an eight-week run beginning this February.

Top Stories
Wife Stuck in Traffic From Wrong-Way Crash That Killed NYPD Cop

Wife Stuck in Traffic From Wrong-Way Crash That Killed NYPD Cop

An NYPD detective on his way to work in Queens, New York, was killed in a wrong-way crash on a Westchester highway early Friday that backed up traffic for hours, and the 46-year-old officer's wife was tragically...

Driver Late to New Job Uses Dummy in HOV Lane: Cops

Driver Late to New Job Uses Dummy in HOV Lane: Cops

A Long Island man allegedly used a wooden figure dressed in a hoodie to get away with driving solo in the Long Island Expressway's HOV lane, according to police.

Dozens Mourn Daughters Killed by Ex-Cop Father Who Shot Self, Dogs

Dozens Mourn Daughters Killed by Ex-Cop Father Who Shot Self, Dogs

Two teenage girls fatally shot as they slept in their beds by their father, a retired White Plains police officer who also killed his family's three dogs before taking his own life, were remembered for...

FDNY Rescues Ill Passenger from Cruise Ship

FDNY Rescues Ill Passenger from Cruise Ship

An FDNY marine unit was called to a cruise ship on the New York Harbor to respond to a sick passenger on board in a rescue captured by Chopper 4 cameras Friday.

Coldest February in 80 Years Likely for NYC After Weekend Freeze

Coldest February in 80 Years Likely for NYC After Weekend Freeze

New York City will close out what is likely to be the third-coldest February on record on a frigid note, with temperatures struggling to reach the freezing mark.

Former Marine Fatally Shot After Resisting Robbery

Former Marine Fatally Shot After Resisting Robbery

A former marine was fatally shot steps from his Brooklyn apartment in an attempted robbery by a group of teens, his family and police said.