October saw Congress vote against theatre, Frederick Douglass inveighing against minstrelsy, a ‘Shuffle Along’ sequel, a gravity-defying musical, and the passing of a genre-defining playwright.
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.
Remembering a middle school production of ‘Pippin’ that got in just under the wire last March.
The Tony-winning composer explains how piracy helped propel the stage adaptation of the beloved film.
The award-winning composer/lyricist turns his songs into a score for a breathtaking magic show on Princess Cruises.
Two new shows, ‘Snapshots’ and ‘My Heart Is the Drum,’ will receive productions, along with three Broadway favorites.
The songwriters of the Disney film join playwright Peter Parnell to reenvision the story as a tale of lust and deformity.
“Working” will receive a revival at 59E9 Theaters.