Broadway toasted this year’s Tony Award winners and nominees after the ceremony at The Plaza Hotel.
The usually uniform dresser Josh Groban prepared for his big night as Tony Awards host in a series of looks, from Gucci to Hermès.
Meet Nathan Stewart-Jarrett of the revival of “Angels in America,” which this weekend makes history as the most Tony Award-nominated production of a play in Broadway history.
In addition to her Broadway project, Prober will have a dress in “Fashion Unraveled,” when that exhibition bows May 25 at the Museum at FIT.
The model, actor and activist for the Deaf community is coproducing the play that returns to Broadway this month.
Caissie Levy as Elsa in Broadway’s “Frozen” makes history as the first Disney princess to wear pants onstage.
The upcoming musical features the singer’s music and focuses on her life and career.
Katrina Lenk and Ari’el Stachel, stars of Broadway breakout “The Band’s Visit,” on the politics and messages in the show, which tells the story of Egyptians and Israelis uniting over music.
Costume designer Jane Greenwood on how she created Thurman’s Trump-era D.C. woman look (and stayed away from Melania and Ivanka for inspiration).
This marks Cox’s 13th number-one single, and Bouwer said he loved the lyrics and the feeling of unity.