"Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812," a musical that dramatizes a 70-page melodrama at the center of Leo Tolstoy's "War and Peace," earned a leading 12 Tony Award nominations on Tuesday, which also saw nods for Bette Midler, Kevin Kline, Josh Groban, Danny DeVito and Cate Blanchett.
A group of would-be circus performers in New Jersey's capital city are using unicycles, acrobatics and spinning plates to bridge the divide between poverty and privilege.
If last year's Tony Award nomination announcement was pretty simple, this year's is much, much messier.
For the 50-year-old Chinese opera performer, every aspect of the dimly lit backstage room was a reminder that things had changed.
Film provocateur Michael Moore will make his theatrical debut in a one-man show that explores the rise of US President Donald Trump and the resistance to him, producers announced Monday.
The Iraq war may not sound like musical comedy, but an off-Broadway revival is spinning intelligence failures and tragedy into a farce that offers potent messages for Donald Trump's America.
The Obamas just can't quit Broadway.
Broadway welcomed a new theater Wednesday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony led by Jake Gyllenhaal.
Antoine Carabinier-Lepine, a cast member of Canada's Cirque Alfonse, performs with a hoop during a preview of their show "Barbu" in Sydney on Wednesday, Feb. 8. The show, described as "A sexy lumberjack pirate circus party," runs at the Sydney Opera House until March.
A new British stage adaptation of George Orwell's chilling dystopic novel "1984" is coming to an America where issues of "newspeak" and surveillance are quite relevant.