Producer Scott Rudin Will 'Step Back' From Broadway Duties After Allegations Of Abusive BehaviorAmid mounting anger over allegations of bullying, Broadway and Hollywood producer Scott Rudin broke his silence Saturday.
Lin-Manuel Miranda Helps Launch New COVID Vaccination Site Targeting Members Of Broadway, Film And Television CommunitiesMayor Bill de Blasio says it's another step towards the arts returning to New York CIty. 
Road To Reopening: Broadway Performers Treated To Special Pop-Up Performance By Actress Amber ImanThe audience was made up of cast members from shows that are on hiatus because of the pandemic, including "West Side Story," "Dear Evan Hansen," "Come From Away" and "Hamilton."
New York City Actor Alex Weisman Back At Work After Suffering Serious Eye Injury In Random Subway AttackIt nearly cost him his sight, and the suspect who sucker-punched him for no apparent reason inside the 103rd Street station is on the loose.
Road To Reopening: Savion Glover, Nathan Lane Wow Front-Line Health Care Workers During Pop-Up Show At St. James TheaterSaturday was a historic day on the road to reopening. The first performance on a Broadway stage was held, since the doors closed over a year ago because of the pandemic.
Snapshot NY: Out-Of-Work Broadway Technician Finds Second Career As Artist Building Steampunk LampsLike a modern day Geppetto, Jesse Hancox takes inanimate materials and breathes life into them. The Broadway technician, out of work during the pandemic, found his second career by taking a chance.
Theater Workers Eligible For COVID Vaccine In April, Mayor De Blasio Says; Shows Could Start As Early As SeptemberThe city will set up dedicated vaccination sites in the heart of the Theater District, for on and off-Broadway stage crews, production teams and performers.
Broadway Producer Kevin McCollum Eager For Theaters To Reopen; 'When Broadway Is Back, New York Is Back And America Is Back'Broadway theaters were closed on March 12, 2020 as coronavirus cases spread throughout the Tri-State Area. The industry brings in $15 billion a year, and New York City's economy took a big hit.
1 Year After Great White Way Went Dark, Pop-Up Performances Breathing New Life Into BroadwayThe shutdown had a $15 billion impact on the city's economy, and thousand of theater professionals are still out of work.
Pop-Up Performances Have Begun In New York City, And Hundreds More Are Coming Between Now And Labor DayFriday marks one year since the coronavirus pandemic shut down theaters. But he industry is showing new signs of life, as pop-up shows are bringing back some of Broadway's favorite stars.
Broadway Trombonist Leads Dozens In Virtual Performance To Inspire Young Performers On International Women's DayA Broadway musician from Queens brought her music family together to play an inspiring song in a virtual performance for International Women's Day.
Tony-Award Winning Actor Ben Vereen Hopeful About Bringing Broadway Back, Encourages Others To Get Vaccinated, 'Let's Get Our Country Back To Work'The lights of Broadway have been dim for a year because of the pandemic, but CBS2's Dave Carlin caught up with the Broadway legend who is full of hope.
Groundbreaking Broadway Musical 'Rent' Marks 25th AnniversaryAfter a sold-out run off-Broadway at New York Theatre Workshop, "Rent" transferred to Broadway in April of 1996, where it was a big hit.
Theater District Restauranteur Joe Allen Dies At 87Joe Allen Restaurant became a fan favorite, where celebrities, Broadway fans and people who lived in the neighborhood dined and talked theater. 
Cuomo: Potential Reopening Of Broadway To Be Fueled By Series Of Pop-Up Concerts Beginning Feb. 20Gov. Andrew Cuomo has taken the first steps to restore the cultural life of New York City, ordering up hundreds of pop-up concerts featuring a raft of big-name stars that will also be streamed on video.