Broadway’s Best Shows is taking a delightful stroll down the memory lane of his Broadway career, relishing each note, dance step, and standing ovation.
As Thanksgiving approaches, why not infuse a touch of Broadway magic into your familial feast?
Celebrating the original cast of the spoof-filled musical and the careers they’ve enjoyed since.
Here’s how to watch the parade (especially the Broadway shows in the parade)
We are breaking down the top five most exciting new works coming to the Off-Broadway stage in the next couple of months!
Here’s our picks for what you should catch around New York City this fall!
In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, we’re taking a look at the history of Hispanic and Latinx theater artists on Broadway.
Here’s to a sweet year of theater-going ahead!
Here’s our recap of what those original cast members have been up to since starring in Hamilton, one of Broadway’s Best Shows.
As Labor Day approaches, when we acknowledge and honor organized labor’s contributions to this country, Broadway’s Best Shows is looking back at stories of the labor movement onstage.
The annual ceremony has been celebrating excellence in New York theater since 1947 and has made actors, creators, and shows themselves become household names.
We’re going to give you our best Broadway shows for 2023.
New shows come to town all the time. But there are those long-standing favourites that feel like they just belong in New York City.
Broadway’s Best Shows is sharing some of the most exciting productions heading to the main stem in the coming months!
Jerry Zaks, Danny Burstein, Julie Benko, and Scott Ellis share their thoughts on the passing of this Broadway giant.
Broadway has long been a platform for diverse stories, and the LGBTQ+ community
The comedy will run at the Music Box Theatre with performances beginning September 7.
Taste your way through Times Square with these favorite haunts
Director of COST OF LIVING
André Bishop, the Producing Artistic Director of Lincoln Center Theater
There have been multiple rehearsal spaces that have etched their places in New York City lore and hosted some historic theater moments.
The Tony Awards will air live on June 11, 2023
This week we’ve predicted the likely nominees and winner for the Best Play.
This week we’ve predicted the likely nominees and winners for the Best Musical category
After 35 Years, Phantom says goodbye.
Joel Grey, the legendary American actor, singer, and dancer, is celebrating his birthday today.
Shakesy-P has been shaking up the theatre space for a while, and these crowd-pleasing hits bring adaptations and stars to Broadway
Plays and musicals, past and present, that highlight Jewish rituals and observances.
Through the years, there have been several Olivier-winning musicals and plays that have transferred to Broadway
Larry Sultan was an American photographer whose work focused on everyday life, particularly the lives of his own family members.
Sprawl is the first Black actor to play the role of Nessarose.
This article will shine a light on some successful Irish playwrights who have seen their work take shape on Broadway’s stages.
Irish plays have captivated audiences with their poignant storytelling and authentic depictions of Irish life.
Do Broadway theatre plays and musicals of yore like Oklahoma! and Peter Pan stand a chance for survival after a revival?
Although it is no longer President’s Day, there are so many shows with Presidents that we had to keep the celebration going.
The executive office is no stranger to the Broadway stage.
Love is in the air, and onstage!
Here is just a snapshot of the incredible and inventive work of the stars of Pictures From Home.
Is it a squirrel? Is it a beaver?
Coming to Broadway in 2023
Attend the starry opening night!
There have been many Best Picture nominees and winners throughout Oscar history that have been based on plays and musicals.
In honor of Lunar New Year, we spotlight some of the finest pieces of theatre — both musicals and plays — set in Asia.
We celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.
Monday, January 16 marks Martin Luther King, Jr. Day across the United States.
This is the 2022 Broadway’s Best Awards
They can sing, they can dance and yes, they can act.
It’s December, the time for giving and the time for openings!
Broadway’s big showstopping moments
Broadway’s “dance revues” in which the choreography does the heavy lifting.
Tuesday night’s ceremony recognized the year’s best marketing across film, television, home entertainment, gaming and live entertainment.