The show’s producer makes the case for recognizing non-traditional forms—including dance-driven, non-narrative shows like this—on Broadway.
California gets its first theatre and a grand pageant, a choreographer preserves classic Broadway dance, and an early Paula Vogel work is staged in Canada.
A former projectionist recalls 3 memorable weeks in the mezzanine on the show’s Boston tour stop back in 1979.
In this excerpt from a new book about the making of the iconic 1970s musical, the show collides with some real-life drama and danger in the nation’s capital.
Spoiler: The new bio-musical series isn’t just great TV, it also makes a case for more inclusive storytelling.
Two new dance biographies show what we can (and can’t) learn from the revolutionary choreography of Agnes de Mille and Bob Fosse.
We take a look back at the major historical moments in theatre in May and June.
Michael Bloom examines the latest biography on Bob Fosse