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Off-Broadway's The Fantasticks Won't Close After All
The long-running musical reverses its plan to end its run.
5 New Works That Could Receive the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for Drama
Will Between Riverside and Crazy take home the prestigious honor? Or will it be An Octoroon? TheaterMania handicaps the race.
Wonderful Town, Babes in Arms, and More Set for Musicals Tonight 2015-16 Season
Musicals Tonight is dedicated to reviving "neglected" shows and making them accessible to all audiences.
Broadway's Cabaret Announces Upcoming National Tour Stops
The Sam Mendes-Rob Marshall production of the Kander and Ebb musical gets ready to hit the road.
New Musical From Avenue Q Creator Jeff Marx to Play San Francisco's Z Space
Punk legend Fat Mike is also an author of the show Home Street Home.
Bettye LaVette
The longtime recording star returns to Café Carlyle for an evening of rhythm and blues.
Emma Stone Extends Her Run in Cabaret on Broadway
The actress currently stars as Sally Bowles.
Lucy Thurber's The Insurgents to See New York Premiere Via Labyrinth Theater Company
Jackson Gay directs the drama, which weaves together characters including Harriet Tubman and Timothy McVeigh.