A Philadelphia opera company is agreeing to make changes in its marketing and production of Puccini's "Turandot" because of complaints it perpetuates stereotypes about Asians.
The Tony Award best musical nominee "Something Rotten!" -- a valentine to Broadway shows -- will close on the Great White Way early next year.
"Jersey Boys," the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical based on the Four Seasons' career and harmonies, has finally hit a sour note -- it's closing in January after 11 years.
How do you follow winning Olympic gold at the Rio Olympics? How about a chance to see "Hamilton" on Broadway?
The migration crisis, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and censorship in Iran were among the themes woven into Shakespearean classics performed in Poland's port city of Gdansk this week at an international festival dedicated to the Bard.
Not even "Hamilton" can keep up with these numbers. The script to the London stage production "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two" sold more than 2 million print copies in North America in its first two days of publication, Scholastic announced Wednesday.
During this divisive election season, there's yet another potentially fractious issue we Americans will have to deal with. We mean, of course, "Cats."
London is under Harry Potter's spell once more -- and J.K. Rowling hopes the rest of the world will eventually follow.
Auditioning performers dance, a dancer in a green top gyrating as she lowers her knee during castings for Moulin Rouge's current show "Feerie," in Sydney, Australia, Thursday, July 28.
James M. Nederlander, who took over the fledgling Nederlander Organization from his father and built it into one of the largest producers of live entertainment and a dominant national theater chain that includes nine Broadway houses, has died. He was 94.