The Lights Stay Dark On Broadway: No Shows Through End Of May, EarliestAlthough an exact date for various performances to resume has yet to be determined, Broadway producers are now offering refunds and exchanges for tickets purchased for shows through May 30.
Front-Line Emergency Room Workers Raise Money For The Actors Fund With 'Brave Hearts For Broadway'More than 120 volunteers from around the world donated thousands of hours and a whole lot of love to make Let Us Entertain You possible.
Local Artists Rally In Times Square For Coronavirus Relief From Congress: 'It's Just Not Enough'The group says the arts community is a big part of the American economy and without it, the country will struggle to recover.
Broadway Suspends Performances Through Remainder Of 2020The Broadway League announced Monday performances are suspended through Jan. 3, 2021.
'To Kill A Mockingbird' Day: Broadway Hit Heads To MSG For Special Student PerformanceThousands of New York City public school students were at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday to watch one of the biggest smashes on Broadway -- for free.
Tina Turner Joins Cast On Stage During Debut Of Broadway Musical“Tina: The Tina Turner Musical” made its Broadway debut last night.
Princess Diana Musical Coming To Broadway In MarchThe musical, titled “Diana,” had its world premiere back in March in San Diego.
NYC Blackout: Power Outage Forces Broadway Theaters To Cancel ShowsThe lights went out on Broadway Saturday night as a large power outage impacted parts of Manhattan.
Tony Awards 2019: A Look At The 'Best Musical' NomineesThe nominees for Best Musical include stage productions based on movies, as well as a legendary singing group.
Tony Awards 2019: 'Ain't Too Proud' Brings The Temptations To StageIn the new musical "Ain't Too Proud", actors bring "The Temptations" life stories to the stage? CBS2's Dave Carlin talked to book writer Dominique Morisseau, director Des McAnuff and choreographer Sergio Trujillo.
Looking For Discount Broadway Tickets? There Are Apps For ThatCrowds lining the streets for in-person lottery drawings became so overwhelming, demand went digital.
Theater Company Shares Stories Of Civil War Slaves In New YorkThe American Slavery Project is a theater company devoted to sharing stories about slavery, the Civil War, and Jim Crow by African American writers.
Yiddish Version Of 'Fiddler on the Roof' Coming To Off-BroadwayPreviews start Wednesday for the show, which will be the first-ever U.S. production of "Fiddler" in the language its characters would have spoken.
Best Things To Do In New York This Weekend July 21-23Not one, not two, but five fine festivals for you to choose from this weekend.
'Jersey Boys' To Take Final Bow After 11-Year Broadway RunAfter more than 4,600 performances at the August Wilson Theater, the Broadway show will hit the stage for the final time Sunday at 3 p.m.