The 69th Annual Tony Awards: TV Review
Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming co-hosted Broadway's biggest infomercial — sorry, honors night — with top prizes going to 'Fun Home' and 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.'
Tony Award Winners 2015: Full List
Helen Mirren and Annaleigh Ashford were among the winners at the 69th annual awards show. 'Fun House' took home Best Musical, while 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time' won Best Play.
Tonys 2015: 'The Visit' is First Post-Awards Casualty
After walking away empty-handed from Broadway's annual honors ceremony last night, producers of the struggling show have set their final performance for next Sunday.
Tony Awards 2015: 'Curious Incident' Continues Love Affair Between Broadway and Britain's National Theatre
New York is fertile terrain for London stage imports, and the best play win for the hit drama marks the fourth victory in that category since 2000 for an NT production, out of a total 49 Tonys dating back to 1968.
'The Humans' Sets January Broadway Move
Scott Rudin and Barry Diller are teaming to present the transfer of the Roundabout Theatre Company hit by Stephen Karam, with its original six-person cast intact.
Tony Awards Set New Date for 2016
The awards show will be broadcast live on CBS from The Beacon Theatre in New York City on Sunday, June 12.
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'King Charles III': Theater Review
Mike Bartlett imagines a near future in which Britain's royal heir, played by Tim Pigott-Smith, struggles to claim the crown after decades of waiting in the wings.
'Fool for Love': Theater Review
Nina Arianda and Sam Rockwell star in the Broadway debut of Sam Shepard's 1983 drama, a twisted American West romance with shades of ancient Greek tragedy.
'Spring Awakening': Theater Review
The 2007 Tony winner for best musical returns to Broadway in this hit production from Los Angeles' Deaf West Theatre, using ASL to heighten adolescent unease.
'On the Town': Theater Review
Misty Copeland makes her Broadway debut in the Tony-nominated revival of the classic Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden and Adolph Green musical.
'A View From the Bridge': Theater Review
Director of the moment Ivo van Hove's stunning reappraisal of the 1956 Arthur Miller drama is led by a knockout performance from Mark Strong.