'MJ: The Musical' Takes To Street With Special 'Thriller' Performance For 'Slave Play' CastThey took to the street outside the Neil Simon Theatre to perform for the cast of "Slave Play," which is running across the street at the August Wilson Theatre.
Teen Playwrights Seize The Spotlight With 1-Act Plays Pulled Together Just 12 Hours Before ShowtimeDozens of New York City high school students from every borough are taking part in a challenging theatrical experiment.
Remembering 'Coach Meat': Connecticut Community Reflects On Rock Star Meat Loaf's Time Coaching High School SoftballOrchard Drive in Redding has zero show biz glitz, which is exactly why Meat Loaf and his first wife, Leslie, raised their daughters there in the '90s during a lull in his career.
Comedian, Actor Louie Anderson Dies At 68The Minnesota-born actor and comedian was being treated for cancer in a Las Vegas hospital. He was diagnosed with a type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Amy Schumer Shares Health Update After Undergoing Endometriosis Surgery, LiposuctionAmy Schumer is giving fans an update on her health journey.
Jay-Z, Other Artists Back New York Lawmakers' 'Rap Music On Trial' BillArtists say current law violates their First Amendment right to freedom of artistic expression.
Congressional House Hearing Held To Discuss COVID's Impact On Arts IndustryDuring the virtual hearing, speakers implored small business committee members to extend unemployment for creative workers, create a Secretary of Arts and Culture and support universal arts education in schools.
Broadway Theaters Dim Lights To Honor Late Actor Sidney PoitierHe started his acting career in New York City and was nominated for a Tony Award in 1960.
Fashion World Remembers Iconic Journalist André Leon TalleyCondolences poured in Wednesday for iconic fashion journalist André Leon Talley, who died Tuesday night at the age of 73.
Broadway Marquees Will Dim To Honor Trailblazing Actor Sidney PoitierHe was nominated for a Tony Award in 1960 for the Broadway production of "A Raisin in the Sun."
New Film Studio Promises To Bring Jobs, Business To YonkersThe project is a dream come true for Mayor Mike Spano, who wants to make Yonkers the "Burbank of New York."
'Rumors Of Our Death Are Wildly Exaggerated': Broadway League President Optimistic Despite Sales SlumpIt’s nothing new for ticket sales to dip in January and February, but the surge of the Omicron variant is making it worse this season.
GRAMMY Awards To Be Held In Las Vegas On April 3The ceremony was originally scheduled for Jan. 31 at Crypto.com Arena in downtown Los Angeles but was postponed due to growing concerns surrounding the Omicron variant.
Betty White Remembered On What Would've Been Her 100th BirthdayPeople have been turning their love for the famous actress into action by supporting animal charities.
The Show Must Go On, And Nobody Knows That Better Than Swings, Understudies And Ensemble Members Like Chelsea Lee WilliamsThose performers may not have their names on the marquee, but they make sure shows don't miss a beat.