The Boss Is Back: Broadway Reopens With The Return Of 'Springsteen On Broadway'It's the first show to open on Broadway since the pandemic forced theaters to go dark in March of 2020.
'Springsteen On Broadway,' Sophisticated Off-Broadway Experiences Kick Off Summer Of Theater In New York CityAlong with "Springsteen on Broadway," there are other productions new this week -- elaborate ones designed to knock audiences' socks off.
Broadway Is Coming Back, But Not Like Before: What Ticketholders Need To Know Before Going To The ShowWith theaters reopening and shows returning, you might think your paper ticket will be enough to get you in the door. That may not be the case.
'In The Heights' Star Anthony Ramos On Latino Representation In Musical TheaterJust six years ago, Anthony Ramos made Broadway history as an original cast member of Lin-Manuel Miranda's runaway hit, "Hamilton." 
Singer-Songwriter Sara Bareilles, Broadway Stars Celebrate Importance Of Arts Education In Times SquareThe event also celebrated the reopening of New York City's cultural community.
Broadway Flea Market And Grand Auction Returns This Fall Amid Theater District's ReopeningTheater fans will be able to take home one-of-a-kind showbiz memorabilia and bid on exclusive items like props and costumes.
Carolines On Broadway 1st Major Live Venue To Welcome Back Audiences In Times SquareAfter 15 months in the dark, Caroline Hirsch said she was able to reopen thanks to federal grants expected to arrive next month from the Save Our Stages Act.
Long-Delayed Tony Awards Finally Have A Date -- Sept. 26The long-delayed Tony Awards have been given a fall air date and a four-hour streaming canvas to celebrate the pandemic-shortened Broadway season that upended the theater world.
Sen. Chuck Schumer: $16 Billion Allotted To Help Theater Industry Recover From PandemicThe stage is set for Broadway's reopening on Sept. 14 after nearly 18 months of suspended performances.
Road To Reopening: Busy Rehearsal Studios Offer A Sign Of Hope As NYC Artists Prepare To Return To The Stage"It's cool to see the spaces fill up, to call a studio and be like, 'Hey, do you have space?' 'Oh, we're booked.' 'I wish you weren't booked, but I'm so happy you're booked,'" one artist said.
Gennean Scott Named Broadway League's First Director Of Equity, Diversity And InclusionScott currently holds a similar position at Omaha Performing Arts.
Broadway Tickets Now On Sale After Reopening Announced For This FallSpecific safety protocols are still being sorted out, including if audience members will have to be vaccinated.
Broadway Theaters Can Reopen At 100% Capacity On Sept. 14, Gov. Cuomo SaysThe stage is set for Broadway's return following more than a year in the dark due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Oscar-Winning Actress Olympia Dukakis Dies At Age 89Dukakis was best known for her roles in "Steel Magnolias" and "Moonstruck."
Broadway Community, Unite New York Rally In Protest For Racial Justice, EquityThey're calling for equal opportunities throughout the entertainment industry, not just on the stage.