A 1980s movie that starred Melanie Griffith as a secretary who breaks out of the typing pool is heading to the stage as a musical. Cyndi Lauper will write the songs for the "Working Girl" adaptation.
So, perhaps you've heard: "La La Land" didn't win best picture at the Oscars.
The longtime producer of the Grammy Awards is offering apologies to Metallica and Shirley Caesar after a technical glitch and a misprint marred their inclusion on the show.
Dick Van Dyke will appear in Disney's upcoming sequel to "Mary Poppins."
In the steadily escalating battle of the TV musicals, NBC's "Hairspray Live!" is the most ambitious contender yet.
The curtain rose on Act 2 of ''The Daughter of the Regiment,'' revealing the figure of a tiny woman barely visible in a large dome chair with her back to the audience. Suddenly, she swiveled around, and there was Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Andrew Lloyd Webber announced Thursday that actor David Fynn and 39 "quite awesome" kids will star in the London production of stage musical "School of Rock," using the occasion as a cue to urge the government to maintain funding for school music programs.
One of the best moments in the carefully crafted Broadway show "Motown: The Musical" is when the unpredictable happens. That's when actress Allison Semmes, who plays Diana Ross, goes off script to ask a member of the audience to join her onstage to sing "Reach Out and Touch."
"Lazarus," the science-fiction musical co-written by David Bowie in one of his final works, will return to the stage, this time in London, the production announced Monday.
Motown. The single word instantly conjures memories and snatches of songs from the many gold records and superstars who came out of that Detroit label -- Diana Ross, the Jackson Five, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson, The Temptations, The Four Tops, to name a few.