Tony Award-Winning Temptations Musical 'Ain't Too Proud' Reopens On BroadwayLiving legend Otis Williams, an original Temptation, was part of Saturday's reopening celebrations.
New Musical 'Girl From The North Country,' Featuring Songs By Bob Dylan, Reopens On Broadway"Girl from the North Country" is on stage at the Belasco Theatre on 44th Street.
After More Than A Year, The Show Must Go On: More Broadway Shows Announce Plans To Resume PerformancesThe road to reopening Broadway is well underway. See which performances are coming back and when.
'Thoughts Of A Colored Man' Makes Broadway History As Community Celebrates Opening Night"Thoughts of a Colored Man" is the first play on Broadway written, directed, produced by and starring Black artists.
Queens Army Veteran Sarah Ham Competing On CBS Series 'Tough As Nails'The show celebrates everyday working class Americans.
Radio City Rockettes Returning In 2021 Christmas Spectacular After Last Year's Pandemic Pause"I think everyone this year needs Christmas more than ever before. Last year was a little bit of a downer and it didn’t feel Christmas, and this year, Christmas is back," Rockette LaTarika Pierce said.
William Shatner Sets Record In Space With Blue Origin SpaceflightWilliam Shatner, the 90-year-old veteran of countless imaginary space voyages playing Star Trek's Captain Kirk, blasted off for real Wednesday, becoming the oldest person to reach the final frontier in a PR bonanza for Jeff Bezos and his rocket company Blue Origin.
'Aladdin' Returns Tuesday After Being Shut Down Due To COVID"Aladdin" ticketholders were turned away at the door on Oct. 1, after the show was canceled just hours before curtain time.
'Tina: The Tina Turner Musical' Reopens On BroadwayTony winner Adrienne Warren is back bringing the house down as the Queen of Rock.
Red Hot Chili Peppers 2022 Tour Will Stop At MetLife StadiumThe rockers announced their global tour last month, but are only now revealing their tour dates.
Famed Carnegie Hall Holds First Performance Since March 2020 Shutdown, And Spectators Enjoy Every Second Of ItCheers and the sound of music filled Carnegie Hall, after nearly 19 months of silence and darkness.
Report: Alan Kalter, Announcer For 'The Late Show With David Letterman', Dies At 78According to The Hollywood Reporter, Kalter died Monday at Stamford Hospital. He was 78.
3 More Shows Return To The Great White Way After Pandemic HiatusIt's another big week for Broadway as the curtain goes up on three more shows.
Broadway's 'Aladdin' Cancels Week Of Performances After Additional Breakthrough COVID Cases Within CompanyThis comes after its Wednesday night performance was canceled due to breakthrough COVID cases within the company.
Sen. Cory Booker To Discuss Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill On 'Face The Nation'This Sunday on "Face The Nation," Margaret Brennan speaks with U.S. Senator Cory Booker, of New Jersey, about the bipartisan infrastructure bill.