Ballerina Lucila Munaretto refused to accept what her doctors told her after a rollerblading accident left her with serious brain and spine injuries -- that she might never dance again.
Paula Vogel's powerful new play "Indecent" is truly a celebration of the power of theater. A seasoned cast presents the story of a controversial early 20th century play simply and intimately, through seamlessly entwined music, dance and narrative.
London's relentless building boom has dug up another chunk of the city's history -- one with a surprise for scholars of Shakespearean theater.
With her arms stretched out and her hands elegantly curved, the young dancer stamps her feet with aplomb, defying prejudice.
New York is famous for the Metropolitan Opera but the city is home to more than 50 smaller opera companies, performing everywhere from parks to bars to private homes.
Trayvon Martin has often been in the thoughts of playwright and activist Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj in the four years since the 17-year-old unarmed black boy was shot and killed after a confrontation with neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman.
It was the last day of 2015 and Sophie Okonedo was getting ready to go out and have fun at a New Year's Eve party when she got an email that would keep her very sober indeed.
Earning a clutch of Tony Award nominations is usually good for business on Broadway and that was certainly true last week for shows like "Waitress," "Shuffle Along" and "The Color Purple."
Two-time Tony Award winner Christian Borle has gotten the golden ticket: He'll star as Willy Wonka in the musical "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" when it comes to Broadway in the spring of 2017.
Darren Criss, the former "Glee" star, had so much fun playing an East German transsexual on Broadway that he's taking her on the road.