Dennehy, known for playing tough guys on film — and iconic American dramatic roles on stage — is taking a tender turn in Broadway’s revival of Love Letters.
From Tony- and Emmy Award-winning performers to exciting new works and Pulitzer Prize-winning revivals, this fall Broadway and Off-Broadway are blazing their way to a “championship season.”
Andy Karl steps into Stallone's trunks at Rocky musical now on Broadway
The new Les Misérables revival is getting major buzz - largely because of Ramin Karimloo, its new (and until now) undiscovered star.
Summer 2014's biggest cultural arts events in NYC, including Cate Blanchett in "The Maids," the Bolshoi Ballet, and more.
Some of the hottest names in showbiz are storming the Broadway scene during these months leading up to the Tony Awards in a smashing collection of world premieres and awesome revivals!
High-profile productions dreamed up in Hollywood are becoming a Broadway staple.
Charting his path from Graceland to Scotland by way of Broadway, the Tony-nominated actor is perfectly content to live in the moment — no matter the century, genre, or dress code.
Here’s to the season of eggnog and tinsel and dreidels and Skyping and LOL and fa-la-la and good will to all and to all a good night… but mostly here’s to the shows that add a distinctive dash of holiday zest to Manhattan’s vibrant theater scene.
His career is pedal-to-metal on the superstar fast track—make that multiple fast tracks, including the Broadway stage starring in The Glass Menagerie
Let the good times roll! New York stages are launching a season of first-tier classics and stunning new shows boasting Tony, Oscar, and Emmy winners from both sides of the pond
Broadway’s golden leading lady shares growing up rural, past and present roles and becoming a mom for the second time.
A look at this summer's Broadway, Off-Broadway, and theater festival season.
Back for her third Broadway run in as many years, the Tony-winning actress is primed for her latest venture: Richard Greenberg’s The Assembled Parties, now in previews for a April 17 opening.
Oscar, Emmy, Grammy and Tony luminaries -- plus an impressive collection of UK stars -- light up New York stages in ensemble plays, new musicals, first revivals and one-person shows.
Let the holiday cheer ring out as you pick one, two (or a few!) of winter’s most festive theatre stocking stuffers!
The former resident of The West Wing takes his place alongside the smoking hot cast that’s making the revival of David Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross the must-see drama of the season.
As Broadway welcomes its current season of stars, Off-Broadway’s celebrated stages are lining up their own deluxe collections of A-listers. Here are some highlights.
A galaxy of award-winning superstars and luminous up-and-comers take over Broadway for an inspired and powerful season of bold new works and not-to-be-missed revivals!
With four Tony Awards and a résumé equal parts plays and musicals, one of Broadway’s most versatile assets takes the lead in a new adaptation of "An Enemy of the People".
Half a century of midsummer night dreams at America’s premier summer stage in New York City's Central Park.
The young actress, who last appeared at the Delacorte in "The Merchant of Venice" with Al Pacino, returns in "As You Like It."
Two of theatre’s most celebrated women are on stage this season: Lansbury in "Gore Vidal's The Best Man" and McDonald in "The Gershwins' Porgy & Bess".
From his eleven seasons on Frasier to his recent string of Broadway triumphs, the versatile comedic actor returns to his seminal days of yesteryear... Off-Broadway.
A wave of ecclesiastical musicals hitting the Great White Way have audiences talking - and lining up for tickets. And now, Godspell's part of the holy mix!
Making her Broadway debut in Other Desert Cities, the awesome Aussie actress is "honored, humbled, and terrified."
The flawless beauty, who has gone from supermodel to superstar, is the new Morticia in Broadway's hit musical "The Addams Family."
The former Joel Katz of Cleveland, Ohio is currently double-dipping -- creatively speaking -- as a performer on Broadway in Anything Goes and a photographer with a high-profile exhibit at The Museum of the City of New York.
The Tony-winning actress is co-starring in Jon Robin Baitz' Other Desert Cities, a play filled with what she calls "truths that are magnetic in their honesty."
Back on stage in "Time Stands Still", the actor, playwright, novelist, monologist, and social observer is a cult hero to those who aspire to all of the above.
I give you nostalgia, history, fashion, hairstyles and music - the timeline markers that ensure "period" shows will always rank among Broadway's most prized possessions.
The former Mrs. Soprano -- now starring in This Wide Night as a frumpy ex-con --talks about her choice of roles and the people she loves.
A whole new bundle of neuroses are up for grabs as the character actor bids adieu to West Coast sleuthing and takes on Broadway in Lend Me A Tenor
On the surface, you might think Montréal has a lot in common with Gotham-both cities are islands
She stays below the celebrity radar, but Jan Maxwell enjoys a much-acclaimed stage career.
She's one of the stars of Broadway's new Bye Bye Birdie, and she does it all: movies, TV, musicals, plays, a one-woman nightclub act, a CD and even a children's book.
The veteran actor and Tony winner, who just finished his Broadway run in "Desire Under the Elms," is considered the foremost interptreter of the playwright's work. And he's a Yankee fan too.