Sunday marked the opening night for “The Last Ship,” a brand new musical with music and lyrics by Sting.
Billy Porter calls his play a love letter to the women who raised him in a very religious household at a time when it was not easy to come out as a gay man.
A former stockbroker who admitted conning the Broadway producers of “Rebecca” has been sentenced to nearly three years in prison.
Broadway theaters plan to dim their marquee lights Friday night in memory of Geoffrey Holder, a Tony Award-winning director who led the groundbreaking show “The Wiz” to Broadway.
Police on Tuesday were in search of a suspect wanted in a string of bank robberies in some of the most fashionable sections of Manhattan.
Marian Seldes, a Tony Award-winning actress of stage and film who became a muse to playwright Edward Albee has died in New York.
He took over the role in May and recently announced he will star in the musical until early February.
Broadway – the most famous one – and Main Street in Sag Harbor, Long Island, both won the distinction of being Great Streets of America Wednesday in a new list by the American Planning Association.
Mayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday defended a decision by the NYPD not to clear the streets during the “Flood Wall Street” climate change protest the day before.
The iconic Strand Bookstore near Union Square was evacuated Tuesday afternoon, after someone was believed to have sprayed pepper spray inside the store.
Actor Shia LaBeouf pleaded guilty Wednesday to disorderly conduct stemming from an incident at a Broadway show this summer.
A day after saying the lights of the Great White Way would not go dark for Joan Rivers, the Broadway League has reversed its decision.
The lights of the Great White Way will not go dark for Joan Rivers, the Broadway League said Monday.
The two-time Tony Award winners are part of an ensemble cast in the comedy “It’s Only a Play.”
Broadway producers are auditioning kittens for a revival of the Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy “You Can’t Take It With You.”