The first mainstream musical based on the catalog of a rap star has a rich and vivid score, but a woefully thin story backing it up.
The Broadway League reversed course and said it would dim theater marquee lights in honor of Joan Rivers after this opinion piece was published. This is the original opinion
The lives of a sheltered teen and a fragile runaway intersect in Sarah Treem's new drama set at an underground shelter for abused women.
Bryan Cranston, John Lithgow and Jonathan Groff helped kick off the first offering of The Public Theater's free Shakespeare in the Park summer season, a "Much Ado About Nothing" that critics...
The Tony-winning Duke Ellington tribute, now starring Patti LaBelle, surprises with early closing notice.
Plus drama for the Tony Awards and closing dates for “Buyer & Cellar” and “Mothers and Sons.”
Jake Gyllenhaal is coming to Broadway.
Playwrights Horizons offers an often magical, sometimes meandering musical with such a terrific cast you can overlook its shortcomings.
Josh Radnor is following in the shoes of his sitcom costar Neil Patrick Harris: booking Broadway as his TV follow-up.
While you were watching the telecast, NBC New York was backstage in the winners circle.