Broadway Star Barbara Cook Dies At 89Barbara Cook, one of Broadway's leading ingenues and later a major cabaret star, has died at age 89. Cook won a Tony Award for "The Music Man" in 1957.
Amy Schumer To Make Broadway DebutSchumer will star in the four-person comedy "Meteor Shower" written by actor and comedian Steve Martin.
Broadway Marquees To Dim Lights In Honor Of Sam ShepardThe marquees of Broadway theaters will be dimmed in honor of celebrated playwright, actor and novelist Sam Shepard, who passed away on at his home on Thursday, July 27 at age 73. 
Fire Sends Smoke Billowing From Con Edison Manholes On Upper West SideSmoke was sent billowing up from multiple Con Edison manholes due to a fire on the Upper West Side late Thursday afternoon.
Rent It Out Or Else! Manhattan Borough President Wants Penalties For Vacant StorefrontsIs there a Broadway blight going on? Perhaps you've noticed the abundance of empty stores up and down Manhattan.
'Dear Evan Hansen' Takes Home Best Musical At 71st Annual Tony Awards"Dear Evan Hansen," the touching, heartfelt musical about young outsiders, became very popular as the Tony Awards reached its midpoint on Sunday, winning statuettes for best book, score, orchestrations and best featured actress.
Bette Midler's 'Hello, Dolly!' Leads A Season Of Successful Revivals On BroadwayThe 71st Annual Tony Awards are Sunday night, and one of the season's biggest Broadway stars is a familiar face to most.
Tony Award Nominees For 'Best Musical' Touch On Themes New & OldSunday night, casts from those nominated shows will perform live, along with the casts of "Hello Dolly," "Miss Saigon," "War Paint" and more.
Broadway Casting Directors Rally For Union ContractBroadway casting directors rallied outside Radio City Music Hall Thursday, calling for a union contract and support from Broadway performers and community members.
Suspect Bashed Man Over Head In Times Square, Police SayPolice on Tuesday were searching for a suspect who they said bashed a man over the head right in the middle of Times Square last month.
Michael Moore To Take On Trump In One-Man Show On Broadway This SummerThe Academy Award-winning director of "Bowling for Columbine" will perform the one-man show "The Terms of My Surrender" at the Belasco Theatre starting July 28 for 12 weeks.
Looking Back At This Season's Musicals Ahead Of Tuesday's Tony NominationsThe nominations for this year's Tony awards will be announced on Tuesday, and CBS2's Jill Nicolini took a look back at this season's best Broadway musicals.

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