Where would Broadway be without the nation’s nonprofit theatres? It’s impossible to say, so intertwined are their fortunes.
Last season was notably diverse, but the 2016-17 season announced so far looks more like business as usual on the Great White Way.
From ‘Shuffle Along’ to ‘Hamilton,’ a look at how black music has shaped the sound of U.S. musical theatre.
The innovative Off-Broadway company honored alumni Lin-Manuel Miranda, Thomas Kail, and Jill Furman.
The three collaborators discuss their writing process for the musical based on Alison Bechdel’s graphic memoir, which begins performances on Broadway on March 27.
Boston’s ART will have sent five shows to Broadway in just three years as of next March, when “Finding Neverland” opens in New York.
Commercial and not-for-profit theatres can’t do without each other, but hooking up can be as profitable as it is problematic.
Sprinting steadily from Steppenwolf to Broadway and back again, the Tony-winning director isn’t even out of breath.
The duo behind the new musical reveal their writing process, collaborative efforts and why an out of town preview was helpful.
Broadway is fine and well, but it’s not the place to gauge the health of American playwriting.