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Jeremy Jordan, Rebecca Naomi Jones, and More to Perform in Kennedy Center Concert Presentation of Children of Eden
By Hayley Levitt · Mar 25, 2014

Wicked composer Stephen Schwartz brings one of his lesser-known musicals to Washington, D.C.

Lucy Liu and Jonathan Groff to Announce the 2014 Tony Award Nominees
By Hayley Levitt · Mar 25, 2014

The event will be broadcast live from New York's Diamond Horseshoe at the Paramount Hotel.

Delivering the One-Two Punch of Fight Choreography in Rocky
By Iris Wiener · Mar 25, 2014

Associate Fight Choreographer Patrick McCollum and cast member Kevin Del Aguila give us the inside scoop behind the boxing in Broadway's new musical.

Broadway's If/Then, Featuring Idina Menzel, Sets Cast Album Release Date
By David Gordon · Mar 24, 2014

The new musical is written by Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey.

Sirs Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen Are Taking a Broadway Break and Heading to the Big Screen
By Bethany Rickwald · Mar 24, 2014

Waiting for Godot and No Man's Land are closing, but this trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past is just the thing to up your spirits.

Turns Out That 30 Years Later Kevin Bacon Can Still Dance Like He Did in Footloose
By Bethany Rickwald · Mar 24, 2014

Jimmy Fallon announces that dancing has been outlawed on The Tonight Show the same day Bacon is scheduled as a guest. What a mistake.

Ramin Karimloo, Will Swenson, and More Bring Les Misérables Back to Broadway
By David Gordon · Mar 24, 2014

The revival of the classic musical opened at the Imperial Theatre on March 23.

Sheryl Kaller on Mothers, McNally, and Billy Porter
By Iris Wiener · Mar 24, 2014

The director of Broadway's Mothers and Sons talks about the universality of Terrence McNally's latest play and hints at her next project, While I Yet Live, by Kinky Boots' Billy Porter.

Mothers and Sons, Starring Tyne Daly, Opens Tonight on Broadway
By Zachary Stewart · Mar 24, 2014

Tony winner Terrence McNally's latest play deals with the incredible changes in the lives of gay Americans in the last three decades.

Signature Theatre's Production of Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' Appropriate Extends
By Bethany Rickwald · Mar 21, 2014

The New York premiere, directed by Liesl Tommy, will run an additional week.