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Broadway Is Finally Letting Women Make Their Own Choices
By Bethany Rickwald · Jun 4, 2014

Kelli O'Hara, Jeanine Tesori, and Anika Larsen hope it can stay that way.

Turning, Turning: Beowulf Boritt on Act One and the Revolutionary Trends Rocking the World of Set Design
By Zachary Stewart · May 21, 2014

The two-time Tony-nominated designer talks about how he came up with a three-story rotating set.

The Year of Lear: How a 400-Year-Old Tragedy Became New York's Most Produced Play
By David Gordon · Apr 23, 2014

Shakespeare's greatest drama, King Lear, takes some of the most prestigious stages in New York, with more than five productions scheduled for 2014.

Crowdfunding in Theater: Understanding the Why and the How
By Bethany Rickwald · Apr 16, 2014

When you Kickstart a musical or play, where does that money Indiegogo?

From Idina Menzel to Kelli O'Hara, Broadway's Biggest Stars Are Taking Back the Spotlight This Season
By Bethany Rickwald · Apr 8, 2014

The Great White Way's veterans (and some rising stars) are lighting up marquees once again…but can it last?

Nothing Says Romance Like Our Broadway-Themed Valentine-Card Printables
By Editorial Staff · Feb 14, 2014

No need to drop your paycheck on candy and flowers, print these out for all your special (Broadway-lovin') someones.

Sir Patrick Stewart, James Lapine, and More Talk Broadway at the Annual NCTF Broadway Roundtable
By Hayley Levitt · Feb 3, 2014

Broadway heavy hitters gather to discuss the past, present, and future of New York City theater.

Well Over Half of Broadway's Tickets Are Sold to Tourists; 14% Go to Under-25s
By Bethany Rickwald · Jan 9, 2014

The Broadway League's 16th annual demographics report reveals these and many other fascinating statistics about the 2012-2013 season.

What Does the Cow Say? Ask Patrick Stewart
By Hayley Levitt · Dec 30, 2013

Sir Patrick knows more dialects than any other actor…or animal…on Broadway.

The Top-Ten Dead Folks on Stage in 2013
By Zachary Stewart · Dec 27, 2013

Whether they're serenading you in concert or just treating you to an intimate autobiographical chat, the deceased have been well-represented in the theater this year.