A Is For's Martha Plimpton and Kellie Overbey Hand Broadway Its Scarlet Letter
Reproductive rights take center stage at Feinstein's/54 Below for Broadway Acts for Women.
Come to the Cabaret: Downtown Denizens Frolic With International Celebs at Joe's Pub
The Public Theater's cabaret space draws performers and guests from far and wide.
5 Songs by Composer Joe Iconis and the Inspirations Behind Them
By Joe Iconis
The Drama Desk Award-nominated tunesmith lifts the veil on some of his classic songs, including "Broadway, Here I Come!"
7 New Works That Could Win the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Drama
By David Gordon
Will Lin-Manuel Miranda take home the prestigious award for Hamilton? Or will Lynn Nottage receive it for Sweat? TheaterMania looks at some top contenders.
History Is Happening: How One Queens High School Is Bringing Hamilton Into the Classroom
By David Gordon
Thomas Edison High School will help kick off the acclaimed musical's new #EduHam initiative.
Patti Murin on What Happens When Your Broadway Show Is Canceled in Rehearsals
By Patti Murin
Find out what we missed by not being able to see Nerds.
From Britney to the Backstreet Boys — 5 Millennial Jukebox Musicals We'd Love to See
Prepare for the next wave of the pop invasion of old Broadway.
From Wicked to The Color Purple, Broadway's Best Are Often Based on Movies and Books
The SpongeBob Musical and American Psycho take a lot of flak, but is it warranted?
Why Are Celebrities Lining Up to Star in a Play They've Never Read?
Nathan Lane, Whoopi Goldberg, and more star in White Rabbit Red Rabbit, the mysterious new off-Broadway show.