The songs of Duke Ellington, Harold Arlen and Cab Calloway are among those featured in the new Broadway musical revue 'After Midnight.'
First look at look at Luis Bravo's Broadway extravaganza featuring Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Karina Smirnoff from 'Dancing with the Stars.'
Diane Paulus directs the circus-themed Broadway revival of 'Pippin,' the 1972 musical by Stephen Schwartz and Roger O. Hirson.
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The Royal Shakespeare Company production with the former "Doctor Who" star as the eponymous King garners more than $1.6 million at the box office. READ MORE
Returning to Broadway for a nine-week limited engagement, Billy Crystal's 2004 solo show looks poised to repeat its success, grossing north of $1.1 million in its first six previews. READ MORE
The Tony-winning Broadway musical, adapted from the 1992 Christian Bale movie, will launch its North American tour in October 2014, officially opening in Philadelphia. READ MORE
Opening in summer 2014, the play was adapted by Lee Hall ("Billy Elliot") from Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard's screenplay for the 1998 Oscar-winning Gwyneth Paltrow movie. READ MORE
The new deal, shepherded by Alan Horn, follows an aborted attempt several years ago to develop the property as a musical with composer Adam Guettel. READ MORE
Mark Rylance cements his place among the greatest living stage actors in this ridiculously entertaining double from Shakespeare's Globe, which hits Broadway after slaying London. READ MORE
One of the commercial high hopes of the fall season, the musical adaptation of the 2003 Tim Burton movie, becomes the fifth show this season to end its run early. READ MORE
The "Fifth Estate" helmer will direct a reimagining of "Side Show" at La Jolla Playhouse and then rewrite the Hugh Jackman starrer "The Greatest Showman on Earth." READ MORE
The seven-time Grammy winner is working with Tom Kitt on a musical expanded from her multiplatinum 1995 album and dipping into the rest of her body of work. READ MORE
The "Smash" vet Joe Iconis pens a musical about a group of garage rock hopefuls, world-premiering at the Kirk Douglas in Culver City. READ MORE
Nathan Lane, Megan Mullally, Patrick Wilson and Sierra Boggess will headline the one-night concert staging on April 3 of the classic 1950 Frank Loesser musical. READ MORE
The romantic comedy musical starring Zachary Levi and Krysta Rodriguez wil play its final performance at the Longacre Theatre on Jan. 5. READ MORE
The stage adaptation of John Grisham's racially charged courtroom thriller will close early on Nov. 17 after receiving tepid reviews from New York critics. READ MORE
The temporary change comes four months after an acrobat died in a fall at another Sin City performance. READ MORE
The Pasadena Playhouse stages an emotionally wrenching parent/teacher conference about a child's tragic circumstances. READ MORE
Sunday night's awards ceremony honored the La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts, which received the award for best season, including productions of "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers" and "Spring Awakening." READ MORE
Jeff Goldblum and Laurie Metcalf play a political power couple struggling with damage control in this new comedy from "Clybourne Park" playwright Bruce Norris. READ MORE
Julie Taymor rekindles her artistic flame with William Shakespeare's comedy of mismatched lovers, the director's first New York stage project since "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark." READ MORE
Headlining this song-and-dance salute to Jazz Age Harlem, Fantasia Barrino is first on a roster of guest stars that will include k.d. lang, Toni Braxton and Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds. READ MORE
Tom Stoppard's witty drama about love and marriage was first produced on Broadway in 1983, winning five Tony Awards including best play. READ MORE
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