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Nyle DiMarco Lends His Voice to ‘Children of a Lesser God’

The model, actor and activist for the Deaf community is coproducing the play that returns to Broadway this…

Making Broadway History in Pants: Behind the Modern Approach to Costume Design for Disney’s ‘Frozen’

Caissie Levy as Elsa in Broadway's "Frozen" makes history as the first Disney princess to wear pants onstage.

Bob Mackie Designing Wardrobe for ‘The Cher Show’ Coming to Broadway

The upcoming musical features the singer's music and focuses on her life and career.

Regina George Is Back With a Broadway Spin

The Plastics have a new Queen Bee, and her name is Taylor Louderman.

On Politics and the Power of Music With ‘The Band’s Visit’ Cast

Katrina Lenk and Ari'el Stachel, stars of Broadway breakout "The Band's Visit," on the politics and messages…

Ethan Slater Is SpongeBob SquarePants

Bikini Bottom has come to Broadway.

Uma Thurman’s Washington Woman Look Is Far From Ivanka Trump

Costume designer Jane Greenwood on how she created Thurman's Trump-era D.C. woman look (and stayed away from…

Deborah Cox Teams With Marc Bouwer for New Music Video

This marks Cox's 13th number-one single, and Bouwer said he loved the lyrics and the feeling of unity.

Andrew Rannells on Coming Full Circle at the 2017 Tony Awards

From watching the cast of "Falsettos" perform at the 1992 Tonys to being nominated for his role in the…

How ‘Cats’ Made Christy Altomare Love ‘Anastasia’

Altomare stars as Anya in "Anastasia" on Broadway, opening tonight.

Gideon Glick Says Goodbye to ‘Significant Other’

"We're kind of like this gateway drug, gateway play, so that people can start understanding how wonderful…

Costume Designer Linda Cho on Bringing ‘Anastasia’ to Life

The Tony Award-winner reveals details about the Broadway production's most important looks.

‘Bandstand’ Lands on Broadway: Talking With Laura Osnes

The two-time Tony nominee discusses the family history that inspired her performance in the upcoming Broadway…

Elizabeth Arden, Helena Rubinstein Make Their Way to Broadway in ‘War Paint’

Their stories, chronicled in Lindy Woodhead's book, will hit the New York stage April 6.

Alison Wright of ‘Feud’ and ‘Sweat’ on the Importance of Theatrical Art in 2017

"That's usually when great comes: out of great difficulties, right? That's when people start commenting on…