Carnegie Hall

Nathan Lane, Megan Mullally, Patrick Wilson, and Sierra Boggess in Guys and Dolls at Carnegie Hall
By David Gordon · Apr 3, 2014

Photos from the one-night-only concert production directed by Jack O'Brien.

Nathan Lane and Megan Mullally Star in Guys and Dolls Tonight at Carnegie Hall
By David Gordon · Apr 3, 2014

The production also features Patrick Wilson and Sierra Boggess.

Kristin Chenoweth Brings The Evolution of a Soprano to Carnegie Hall This May
By Hayley Levitt · Mar 20, 2014

The Tony-winning soprano prepares for her first Carnegie Hall solo concert performance in nearly a decade.

Len Cariou and Lee Wilkof to Join Nathan Lane, Megan Mullally, and Patrick Wilson in Carnegie Hall's Guys and Dolls
By Bethany Rickwald · Mar 5, 2014

The star-studded evening will also feature Sierra Boggess, Jayne Houdyshell, and more.

Jayne Houdyshell, Christopher Fitzgerald, and More Join Carnegie Hall Guys and Dolls
By Andy Lefkowitz · Feb 13, 2014

Nathan Lane and Megan Mullally star in the one-night-only gala performance.

Andrew Rannells and Stephanie J. Block Headline March 21 New York Pops Concert
By Hayley Levitt · Jan 15, 2014

The Tony-nominated performers known for The Book of Mormon and Wicked will appear alongside the New York Pops in a celebration of Broadway music.

Broadway Favorite Ashley Brown Celebrates the Holidays at Carnegie Hall
By Editorial Staff · Dec 20, 2013

A peek inside Brown's Christmas concert at the historic venue with the New York Pops.

Nathan Lane to Roll the Dice Again in Carnegie Hall's Guys and Dolls Concert
By Tyler Martins · Nov 7, 2013

Lane will reprise his role as Nathan Detroit in the benefit concert.

Hairspray and Smash Composer/Lyricist Marc Shaiman to Be Honored by The New York Pops
By Editorial Staff · Oct 16, 2013

Shaiman will receive a grand tribute at Carnegie Hall on April 28.

From Far Away Places to American Horror Story: A Candid Conversation with Patti LuPone
By David Gordon · Sep 25, 2013

The two-time Tony Award winner takes on Kurt Weill, Mayor Bloomberg, Lena Dunham, a coven of witches, and Carnegie Hall.