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Rodgers and Hammerstein's Allegro Extends Its Classic Stage Company Run
By David Gordon · Nov 6, 2014

Claybourne Elder and Elizabeth A. Davis star in the revival of this rarely seen musical.

Elisabeth Moss-Led Heidi Chronicles Announces Broadway Theater and Dates
By David Gordon · Nov 6, 2014

Wendy Wasserstein's drama receives its first revival since its original 1989 production.

Gentleman's Guide Star Lauren Worsham to Perform With Her Band at Knitting Factory
By Editorial Staff · Nov 6, 2014

Sky-Pony's rock concerts are described as part performance art, part theatrical event.

CONFIRMED: Famed Broadway Eatery Cafe Edison to Shut Its Doors for Good
By David Gordon · Nov 6, 2014

The diner that inspired playwrights including Neil Simon and August Wilson will close down.

Original Hedwig John Cameron Mitchell Could Be Putting the Wig Back on His Head
By Bethany Rickwald · Nov 6, 2014

Hedwig and the Angry Inch's creator might step into the role on Broadway for the first time.

Japanese Internment, Civil Rights, and On the Town
By Zachary Stewart · Nov 6, 2014

Carol J. Oja details the fascinating history of the classic musical (now on Broadway) in her book Bernstein Meets Broadway: Collaborative Art in a Time of War.

Give the Celebrities a Chance — They Could Be the Key to the Future of Broadway
By Hayley Levitt · Nov 6, 2014

You might want to reserve judgments before shooing Ariana Grande and Vanessa Hudgens back to Hollywood with Birdman.

James Franco and Chris O'Dowd Come to Movie Theaters in Broadway's Of Mice and Men
By Bethany Rickwald · Nov 6, 2014

National Theatre Live's broadcast of the John Steinbeck classic hits cinemas tonight.

By Hayley Levitt · Nov 5, 2014

Tom Dugan performs his solo show about the life and career of Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal.