The Race
Tonys: The Curious Titles of 2015's Nominated Shows, Parts 1 & 2
Tonys: The Curious Titles of 2015's Nominated Shows, Parts 1 & 2
THR's awards analyst provides the story behind the unusually verbose ('The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time'), multi-part ('Wolf Hall: Parts 1 & 2') and exclamatory ('Something Rotten!') names of this year's contenders.
Hollywood's First Female Exec and First Black Oscar-Winning Screenwriter Discuss Industry's Diversity Problems (Podcast)
Hollywood's First Female Exec and First Black Oscar-Winning Screenwriter Discuss Industry's Diversity Problems (Podcast)
Academy members Marcia Nasatir, vp production at United Artists in the 1970s, and Geoffrey Fletcher, whose 'Precious' screenplay won an Oscar in 2010, joined THR's Scott Feinberg for the fourth episode of 'The Geezer and The Kid.'
Tonys Actor Roundtable: 7 Broadway Standouts on Testing Their Limits, Odd Dressing Room Items, Alternative Careers (Podcast)
Tonys Actor Roundtable: 7 Broadway Standouts on Testing Their Limits, Odd Dressing Room Items, Alternative Careers (Podcast)
Steven Boyer, Michael Cerveris, Bradley Cooper, Brian d'Arcy James, Ben Miles, Alex Sharp and Tony Yazbeck sat down with THR's Scott Feinberg to discuss their lives, work and roles for which they could win on June 7.
Sam Elliott on Typecasting, Making a Musical and Hollywood's Obsession: "It's All About F—ing Youth"
Sam Elliott on Typecasting, Making a Musical and Hollywood's Obsession: "It's All About F—ing Youth"
The legendary character actor stars opposite Blythe Danner in the just-released indie 'I'll See You in My Dreams,' a septuagenarian love story.
Tonys: 7 Actor Nominees Discuss Being on Broadway, Learning They Were Nominated (Video)
Tonys: 7 Actor Nominees Discuss Being on Broadway, Learning They Were Nominated (Video)
In this teaser for THR's upcoming Tonys Actor Roundtable, Hollywood A-lister Bradley Cooper, a trio of Broadway vets, a visiting Brit and a pair of up-and-comers mix, mingle and share some laughs.
Tonys: 6 Actress Nominees Discuss Being on Broadway, Learning They Were Nominated (Video)
Tonys: 6 Actress Nominees Discuss Being on Broadway, Learning They Were Nominated (Video)
In this teaser for THR's upcoming Tonys Actress Roundtable, find out why Helen Mirren loves the Naked Cowboy, Carey Mulligan received a lot of texts with emoticons, Kristin Chenoweth got a prank phone call and Chita Rivera fell out of bed.
Feinberg Forecast: The Landscape Post-Tony Nominations
Feinberg Forecast: The Landscape Post-Tony Nominations
THR's awards analyst projects several major victories for the play 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time' and the musical 'Fun Home.'
Tonys: Meet the Pre-Teen Siblings Who Are the Talk of Broadway
Tonys: Meet the Pre-Teen Siblings Who Are the Talk of Broadway
Sydney Lucas, 11, is a Tony nominee for her work in 'Fun Home,' and her brother Jake, 12, is opposite Kelli O'Hara—for the third time—in 'The King and I.'
Tonys: Inside a Broadway Show's Opening Night War Room
Tonys: Inside a Broadway Show's Opening Night War Room
THR visits with the producers, advertising agency and publicists of 'The Visit' to learn how and why some critics' thoughts wind up in marketing and publicity materials.
Tonys: Nominations Snub Harvey Weinstein's 'Finding Neverland' (Analysis)
Tonys: Nominations Snub Harvey Weinstein's 'Finding Neverland' (Analysis)
In addition to the musical's stars Matthew Morrison and Kelsey Grammer, other notable exclusions include Glenn Close, Jake Gyllenhaal, Nathan Lane, James Earl Jones, Rose Byrne and Tony Danza.
Robert Redford Feted by Film Society of Lincoln Center, Barbra Streisand and Other Friends
Robert Redford Feted by Film Society of Lincoln Center, Barbra Streisand and Other Friends
The 78-year-old legend became the 42nd recipient of FSLC's Chaplin Award for lifetime achievement.
Feinberg Forecast: Scott Predicts Tuesday's Tony Nominations
Feinberg Forecast: Scott Predicts Tuesday's Tony Nominations
Numerous Hollywood notables — from Bradley Cooper and Helen Mirren to Harvey Weinstein and Sting — hope to be in the running for Broadway's top honors.