Broadway actress Marin Mazzie died from ovarian cancer nearly one year ago, and now her husband, Broadway actor Jason Danieley, is holding a benefit concert to celebrate Mazzie and her commitment to cancer awareness.
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Remembering Broadway's Marin MazzieBroadway actress Marin Mazzie died from ovarian cancer nearly one year ago, and now her husband, Broadway actor Jason Danieley, is holding a benefit concert to celebrate Mazzie and her commitment to cancer awareness.
Broadway Week Offering 2-For-1 Ticket DealsAlyssa Schmid from NYC And Co. joins CBS2's Andrea Grymes to talk about the Broadway Week 2-for-1 deal. For more information, see NYCGo.com/Broadway-Week
Actress Plays Her Own Grandmother In 'Jersey Boys'CBS2's Dave Carlin has the latest on actress Olivia Valli, who is now playing her own grandmother in the Broadway hit 'Jersey Boys.'
Princess Diana Musical Hits Broadway Next MarchA musical based on the life of Britain's Princess Diana is coming to Broadway next march.
Lights On Broadway Dimmed For Harold PrinceBroadway dimmed their lights to honor the life of director and producer Harold Prince.
Broadway Producer/Director Harold Prince Dead At 91The agent for Harold Prince said the Broadway legend died after a brief illness in Iceland. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
Moulin Rouge The Musical Opens On BroadwayA popular movie is now a Broadway musical. Moulin Rouge opened Thursday. TV 10/55's Dick Brennan has more Broadway buzz.
Broadway Buzz: Moulin Rouge The Musical Opens At The Al Hirschfeld Theater"Moulin Rouge" is bringing the popular movie to the stage. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
'Beautiful: The Carole King Musical' To End Broadway RunIf you haven't gone to see "Beautiful: The Carole King Musical," soon it will be too late, baby.
Power Outage Forces Cancellation Of Broadway ShowsA massive power outage impacted parts of Manhattan including Midtown and Hell's Kitchen. Most Broadway shows were cancelled. Lorna Courtney of "Dear Evan Hanson" spoke with CBS2's Alice Gainer.
Long Island Teen Takes Home Top Prize At National High School Musical Theatre AwardsEkele Ukegbu could be one of the next big stars to make it on Broadway after winning Best Performance By An Actress at the National High School Musical Theatre Awards.
Stagehands Injured At Broadway ShowStagehands were injured by a falling pipe at the Golden Theatre.
Cast Announced For 'The Prom' MovieThe all-star cast has been revealed for the movie adaptation of the Broadway musical "The Prom."
Lin Manuel Miranda's New Broadway Show"Hamilton" creator Lin Manuel Miranda is working on a new Broadway show called "Freestyle Love Supreme."
N.J. Students Surprise Teacher With 'Hamilton' TicketsStudents at New Egypt High School in New Jersey surprised their history teacher with tickets to see "Hamilton" on Broadway.
James Corden Joined By Parents At Tony AwardsJames Corden invited his parents backstage to meet the stars of Broadway as he got ready to host the Tonys.
Pip's Island Welcomes Young ExplorersA new island has popped up right in the middle of Manhattan. It's called Pip's Island and it's an immersive experience for kids. CBS2's Vanessa Murdock has more.
Tony Awards Live Up To The HypeIt was a big night for "Hadestown" at the 73rd annual Tony Awards. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports
Tony Awards Take Center Stage At Radio CityThe 73rd Tony Awards were well underway on Sunday night at Radio City Music Hall and TV 10/55's Dave Carlin was there for Broadway's biggest night.
Broadway Stars Arrive At Radio City Music Hall For 73rd Annual Tony AwardsThe biggest and brightest stars of Broadway hit the red carpet at Radio City Music Hall on Sunday for the 73rd annual Tony Awards; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Who Will Win At This Year's Tony Awards?There are some clear front runners in tonight's Tony Awards, but which way will the ballots go? Christian Blauvelt, of Indie Wire, joins Andrea Grymes with a few predictions.
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. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Tony Awards 2019: Broadway Inspirational Voices Choir Honored For 'Excellence In Theater'The Broadway Inspirational Voices choir is getting Tony honors for "Excellence in the Theatre". Choir members include dozens of performers who raise their voices to raise money and provide hope through the power of music. BIV was founded by Michael McElroy, a Tony nominee in 2004. In this interview with CBS2's Dave Carlin, McElroy talks about the choir's history and purpose.
Tony Awards 2019: Robin De Jesus And Mart Crowley For 'The Boys In The Band'Robin De Jesús is nominated for a Tony Award as featured actor in "The Boys in the Band". The play is also nominated for Best Revival. CBS2's Dave Carlin talked to De Jesús and playwright Mart Crowley.
Tony Awards 2019: Laura Donnelly And Jez Butterworth For 'The Ferryman'"The Ferryman" has nine Tony nominations. The play is set in 1980s Northern Ireland in the midst of violent conflicts known as "The Troubles". Laura Donnelly is nominated as leading actress, while Jez Butterworth is the Tony-nominated playwright of "The Ferryman".
Tony Awards 2019: Anais Mitchell Nominated For 'Hadestown'Singer-songwriter Anaïs Mitchell made her Broadway debut this season with "Hadestown". The musical has the most Tony nominations with 14. Mitchell is nominated for two Tony Awards for the book, as well as music and lyrics. CBS2's Dave Carlin spoke to her about bringing this story of the underworld to life.
Lion King Reaches Broadway MilestoneAfter 21 years on the Great White Way, the "Lion King" will close the curtain on its 9,000th performance this evening.
Joe Mantegna Discusses 'I'm Not A Comedian... I'm Lenny Bruce'You may know him from "Criminal Minds," or his many movies or appearances on Broadway. Now he's directing "I Am Not A Comedian... I'm Lenny Bruce." He stopped by CBSN New York to talk with Alex Denis.
Heidi Schreck Talks First Tony NominationHeidi Schreck is writing her own story about making it on Broadway. The actress and playwright is nominated for two Tony Awards for What the Constitution Means to Me. As the play's author and star, she has a passion audiences are embracing.