Bryan Cranston is winning raves as wild-eyed anchorman Howard Beale in the stage adaptation of “Network” at London’s National Theatre. The “Breaking Bad” star was a major box-office draw in Broadway’s 2014 “All the Way,” so it’s no surprise that plans are afoot to bring “Network” to New York. But Cranston may need a little…
“Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda turned his creative juices loose on a different Broadway show on Wednesday.
Industry figures show more New Yorkers and young audiences going to Broadway shows.
Here’s a blast of heart-warming good cheer on a cold winter day — “Crazy for You” is headed back to Broadway. Susan Stroman, who directed “The Producers” and “The Scottsboro Boys,” is staging a workshop of the delightful 1992 musical later this month. The cast includes Laura Osnes (“Grease”), Tony Yazbeck (“On the Town”) and…
Here are the people, shows and events sure to grab Broadway’s attention in 2018. Abracadabra: The “Harry Potter” carnival is headed to town, and tickets are going fast: Every time a new block goes on sale for “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” they’re gone within an hour or so, and the advance is racing…
A pack of ultra-hot shows, combined with the rising prominence and price tags of premium seats, will push the Broadway box office to a new calendar-year record of more than $1.6 billion in 2017. As sky-high demand for shows like “Hamilton,” “Springsteen on Broadway,” “Hello, Dolly!” and “Dear Evan Hansen” prompts producers to dial up […]
Barbara Cook, who died in August at 89, was famous for her voice. Friends and family recalled the legend behind the silky soprano.
The play follows Phillipe V, an 18th century king who was out of his mind, and an Italian castrato, whose voice was out of this world.
The star-filled premiere of Daniel Day Lewis’ final flick “Phantom Thread” included guitarist Stevie Van Zandt and his wife Maureen.
“Last Jedi” villain Adam Driver will star as Pale, a man with a dark side, in Lanford Wilson’s late-’80s drama.
Only a few days remain until Fox’s production of “A Christmas Story Live!” premieres Sunday night and star Matthew Broderick, who plays the adult Ralphie Parker, hero of the beloved 1983 film, is understandably nervous. “This is our final week of rehearsal,” Broderick tells The Post. “It’s extremely complicated, just trying to get it staged…
Lucy Kirkwood’s slow-moving but thought-provoking drama concerns legacies and how the past always catches up with the present.
Buckley has been living in her home state on a 35-acre ranch with her four dogs, two cats, three horses and an African gray parrot.
Three woman have come forward with allegations against the actor.
A volcano about to erupt sends Bikini Bottom residents scurrying — and SpongeBob SquarePants into hero mode in the new Broadway musical.
The heralded Gypsy of the Year show will open with a big number that skewers the disgraced producer.
“House of Cards” creator Beau Willimon covers sex and power in his up-to-the-minute soap opera.
James Cameron’s “Titanic” has been rereleased in movie theaters, and Broadway’s getting out its lifeboats as well. A revival of “The Unsinkable Molly Brown,” a 1960 musical about a plucky woman who climbed into a lifeboat as the Titanic slipped into the Atlantic Ocean, is headed to Broadway next year, most likely at the Roundabout…
Costumes don’t just stand out on stage, but on people in the audience at Broadway musicals.