New York City

Gay Marriage Gets "Oprahfied"
By Bethany Rickwald · Jul 23, 2014

Rachel Dunham, the Australian star of NYMF's Oprahfication, and her partner took advantage of New York's commitment to marriage equality.

Camp Broadway Celebrates 20 Seasons of Student Performers
By Hayley Levitt · Jul 21, 2014

The campers performed numbers from Seussical Jr. and Once on This Island Jr. at their Family Finale presentation.

The Qualification of Douglas Evans
By Zachary Stewart · Jul 15, 2014

Playwright Derek Ahonen writes a play about a playwright and it doesn't suck.

Dee Roscioli, Donna Vivino, and Kate Fahrner Talk Wicked, the Secret Allure of Tax Accounting, and Their Latest Gig
By Zachary Stewart · Jul 13, 2014

Two Elphabas and one Glinda discuss their upcoming NYMF show, The Gig, set during the twilight of the big Catskills resorts.

Follow Those Sailors! Around Manhattan With the Stars of Broadway's On the Town
By David Gordon · Jun 27, 2014

Exclusive photos from an upcoming video shoot with stars Clyde Alves, Jay Armstrong Johnson, and Tony Yazbeck.

Fly by Night
By Zachary Stewart · Jun 11, 2014

Playwrights Horizons closes its season with a charming new musical about love and fate.

And Baby Makes Seven
By Zachary Stewart · Mar 23, 2014

Paula Vogel's 1984 modern family did not become the new normal in 2014. Is that necessarily a good thing?

Walking With Dinosaurs Star Baby T Meets Batman, Iron Man, and Woody in Times Square
By David Gordon · Mar 20, 2014

The massive creature took to Manhattan to celebrate the return of the popular arena show.

Broadway Productions of Act One, Matilda, and Violet Will Engage Students Throughout New York City
By David Gordon · Mar 17, 2014

The Broadway League has awarded the shows $5,000 New York education grants to aid the development of theater education in the five boroughs.

Stomp Celebrates 20th Anniversary Atop the Empire State Building
By David Gordon · Feb 27, 2014

The cast of the long-running musical traveled to the 86th floor to "light" the building.