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Betty Buckley and Rachel York Return to “Grey Gardens”
Q&A: Tony-Nominated Director Scott Ellis
Whether or not Scott Ellis wins a Tony Award on June 7, when Broadway’s trophies are handed out in a live CBS telecast, he has the honor of being among the busiest directors on...
Broadway's Banner Year
“And the money kept rolling in,” is how Tim Rice’s lyric puts it in a song from “Evita.”And that aptly sums up the Broadway season of 2014-2015, which officially ended on Sunday...
Taye Diggs Joins the Parade of “Hedwig and the Angry Inch”
Some shows are snakebit (“Doctor Zhivago,” anyone?) and some shows are born under a lucky star. Count “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” the feverish brainchild of writer John Cameron...
Q&A: Christopher Wheeldon of “An American in Paris”
After an early workshop of “An American in Paris,” the new hit Broadway musical directed and choreographed by Christopher Wheeldon, producer Roy Furman turned to his fellow producer...
Q&A With Jeanine Tesori of “Fun Home”
Early on in the development of “Fun Home,” the new musical that is a leading contender for the Best Musical Tony Award, director Sam Gold took its creators composer Jeanine Tesori and...
The New York Drama Critics Eschew Broadway for Off-Broadway
In their 80th year, the 23 voting members of the New York Drama Critics Circle chose to go outside of Broadway for their winners, honoring Stephen Adly Guirgis’s “Between...
"Duck Commander Musical" Craps Out in Las Vegas
Since last November, when a group of seasoned New York producers announced “Duck Commander Musical,” the project seemed an uneasy fit: flashy Broadway values grafted onto the rags-to...
“Doctor Zhivago”: Frozen Out by Tony Nominators and Critics
Susan Stroman, the Tony-winning director and choreographer, put her finger on the perils of working on Broadway in her acceptance speech after being inducted into the Theater Hall of...
Tony Nominators Love “Fun Home” and “Paris”
In a highly competitive season, the three dozen or so professionals who make up the Tony Award nominating committee showed love to the new musicals “An American in Paris” and ...
5 Things to Know About the 2014-15 Broadway Season
On April 23 — Shakespeare’s birthday — the current Broadway season came to an end with the openings of two shows: an old-new musical, “The Visit,” and a new American play, Lisa D’Amour...
The Closing of “The Heidi Chronicles”: A Heartbreaker
Emotions always run high on Broadway. But the revival of “The Heidi Chronicles” this season was a special case, because the ghost of its author, Wendy Wasserstein, loomed large over...
Pulitzer for Drama Goes to “Between Riverside and Crazy"
“Between Riverside and Crazy,” Stephen Adly Guirgis’s dark comedy about an ex-cop and his dysfunctional extended family, was awarded the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for Drama on April 20. The...
David Hallberg: The International Ballet Star as Impresario
Recovering from foot surgery, David Hallberg has discovered a new vocation: ballet impresario. The international dance star, a principal of the American Ballet Theatre and the...
Jeff Calhoun on “The Duck Commander Family Musical”
In “Blazing Saddles,” Mel Brooks’s satirical film comedy of the Old West, a gunslinger tries to console an embattled black sheriff. “What did you expect? ‘Welcome sonny’? ‘Make...
“Hand to God”: Out There on a Wing and a Prayer
Given the current Broadway climate — splashy musicals and star-driven plays — “Hand to God,” a dark comedy about a demonic sock-puppet run amok in a Texas church, has always been a...
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