Inspired by Waitress the Musical, New Music Is on the Way From Jason MrazI'm on board with this trend of Fresh artists stepping onto the Broadway stage but was wondering what that means for new music. ~Xtine
Staten Island Woman Kills It On Karaoke Machine At Sam's ClubChristina Kokonis-Viggers from Staten Island has gone viral after a clip of her singing "Maybe This Time" from Cabaret on the karaoke machine at Sam's Club in Ulster, NY ended up on YouTube.
Panic! At the Disco’s Brendon Urie to Join ‘Kinky Boots’ CastThis summer, Panic! At the Disco’s frontman Brendon Urie will make his Broadway debut as Charlie Price in Kinky Boots.
Sara Bareilles Talks Broadway Acting Debut in ‘Waitress’“I’ve been a musical theater junkie since I was a little girl, so getting to work on this show at all was a dream come true."
‘Harry Potter’ Play Could Be Coming To BroadwayTalks are underway to bring the show to The Lyric Theatre by the spring of 2018.
James Corden to Host 2016 Tony AwardsThe Tony winner and host of "The Late Late Show" is set to host "The 70th Annual Tony Awards"
Patti LuPone Snatches Audience Member's Cell Phone During PerformanceThe moral of the story: don't text or even look at your cellphone during a play.
Sting's 'Last Ship' Is Dead in the WaterThe producers broke the news Monday night via an email to cast, crew and supporters.
Sting on 'The Last Ship': 'I Didn't Want To Do a Jukebox Musical'He also discusses how the show's cast surprised him by performing at the Kennedy Center Honors.
Sting Looks For Inspiration From Home & Finds Making of 'The Last Ship' TherapeuticDrawing inspiration from his childhood home of Wallsend, a famous shipbuilding town in North East England, Sting wrote of growing up, relationships, and the importance of both family and friendship.
Our Pick: Why Idina Menzel Should Win The TonyIdina Menzel is probably one of the biggest names on Broadway today, thanks to the chart-topping soundtrack from Disney’s hit “Frozen” (as well as the unfortunate pronunciation of her name by John Travolta at the Academy Awards.)
Tally Sessions & Chris Wragge Talk 'Philosophy For Gangsters'Every little girl has a dream...when I was 13, my dad took me to my first Broadway Show... 42nd Street starring Lenny Briscoe... ummm, I mean Jerry Orbach. And little Kim (not lil' Kim with the pasties)...who was so much dorkier than she is now with big glasses and big teeth she had to grow into...said "Dad I want to do that one day!"