The show’s producer makes the case for recognizing non-traditional forms—including dance-driven, non-narrative shows like this—on Broadway.
Why is this groundbreaking Broadway musical closing so soon? The tale of its creation, evolution, marketing, and critical reception offers plenty of clues—and some glimmers of hope.
For the show’s associate music director/lyric dramaturg, ‘KPOP’ brings together 2 things that are precious to her: the Broadway musical, and contemporary Korean and Korean American culture.
Broadway producers Ron Simons and Hunter Arnold talk about the changes they’ve seen (and been a part of) in their field, and point to the changes that are still needed.
Fair criticism is one thing, but the vitriol directed at the ‘Funny Girl’ star, or at anyone who dared to celebrate her historic casting, felt personal.
The Broadway stage manager recounts how her company conceived and staged a new concert version of the popular show in the face of COVID cancellations.
Without the brand name of well-known IP, Broadway musicals are increasingly finding that releasing albums early is a route to the stage, and to fans’ hearts.
Clocking the missed opportunities, missteps, and outright transphobic tropes in 3 currently running musicals.
The proliferation of plays by Black creators on the Great White Way is cause for celebration, even as it raises some familiar questions about risk and representation.
2 new documentaries look at Broadway as it was, while a third gives us a glimpse of our possible post-COVID future.