Broadway shows are filled with people who grew up everywhere else, but what kind of training is available for the kids that grow up in New York to prepare them for a possible Broadway career?
Most youngsters always seem to think there’s something either hiding under the bed or in the closet. Convincing them otherwise could be tricky — unless you’re popular children’s singer and songwriter Laurie Berkner.
The weekend is finally here! It’s time to get out and about with the family and check out some fun things happening around town.
Whether your little one dreams of taking the stage as a Broadway baby, or your teen has visions of comedic fame, these are the coolest summer programs for your aspiring star.
Producers announced Wednesday that “Bring It On: The Musical” will form a complex pyramid in New York as part of the show’s 13-city national tour.
Ferguson is revisiting his lean early years in a cameo for “Submissions Only,” a new online scripted sitcom wrapping up its second season that takes a hysterical behind-the-scenes look at the life of New York theater hopefuls.
This spring, dance and sing your way down Broadway with your pick of new productions and long-running shows. From paranormal love stories to tap-dancing newsboys and singing missionaries, Broadway has something for everyone.
Witness the perfect crime or be privy to a therapy session designed to engage – it’s all off-Broadway. Talented stage performers abound in the best picks of 2012.
Our favorite picks for theater and shows this weekend in New York City.
Looking for a place to dine before the show? Here are a list of 10 great restaurants in the Theater District that offer great food, atmospheres and staff that will make sure you get to your show on time.
The federal agency that governs workplace safety has sent a letter to 63 New York City theaters saying future inspections of the venues will include reviews of their emergency action plans.
After Monday night’s fall of a stunt actor, some prefer seats other than orchestra level.
In this Eye on New York segment, CBS 2’s Dana Tyler speaks with a married couple, Jason Danieley and Marin Mazzie, about their life on and off the stage.
What’s a crime reporter to do when all the defendants and lawyers in the courtroom seem to be dancing and singing in her head?
The Jacob Burns Film Center will once again be broadcasting the National Theatre Live from London.