The Lion King will celebrate 25 years on Broadway this weekend, one of only three shows ever to hit that milestone. At a private event, Elton John -- who wrote the music for the film that inspired the musical -- celebrated the "extraordinary" milestone... Read More.
Joni Mitchell’s re-emergence into public life continued Thursday when she attended the opening night of the Broadway musical adaptation of filmmaker Cameron Crowe’s 2000 film, Almost Famous. Mitchell – who revealed it was her first-ever Broadway show – declared that the musical was “even better... Read More.
Broadway will honor legendary six-time Tony-winning actress Angela Lansbury by dimming marquee lights on Saturday. “Angela Lansbury was without a doubt one of Broadway’s most endearing leading actresses and her influence in the world of musical theatre will forever live on,” Charlotte St. Martin,... Read More.
Oscar, Grammy and Emmy winner Common hopes to achieve EGOT status when he makes his Broadway debut in the fall. The rapper/actor announced over the weekend that he will star in the dark comedy Between Riverside and Crazy, which will premiere December 19. "This has been a... Read More.
Dear Evan Hansen, the show that won the 2017 Tony Award for Best Musical, will end its six-year Broadway run on Sunday. The production will close after 1,678 performances at the Music Box Theatre, making it one of the 50 longest running shows in Broadway... Read More.
The life of the legendary Muhammad Ali will be celebrated with a new Broadway musical. Producers announced Wednesday that the production, simply titled Ali, is now being developed. “Muhammad has been a muse and continues to be a source of inspiration to so many artists around the world,” Lonnie Ali,... Read More.
Maren Morris has made it no secret that a lifelong dream of hers is to star in Wicked, and "The Middle" singer is officially one step closer to turning her Broadway dreams into a reality. Maren celebrated some very good news on her Instagram Stories, writing in lime... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Deaf Broadway returns to Lincoln Center, following the 2021 production of Into the Woods, featuring an entirely deaf cast. This year they perform Stephen Sondheim's Sweeney Todd, the chilling story following “the demon barber of Fleet Street.” Just as last year, they’ll... Read More.