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Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick on Life in New York and Sharing Top Billing: “We’ve Never Spent This Much Time Together”

The married (and famously private) co-stars of the Broadway hit 'Plaza Suite' sit down for a rare joint interview about their respective work — including HBO’s 'And Just Like That' and Netflix’s upcoming series 'Painkiller' — their 30-year relationship and their lifelong commitment to Manhattan.

L.A. Dealer David Kordansky Realizes a Years-Old Dream: Opening in New York

The new 5,000-square-foot branch in Chelsea has debuted with a solo show by L.A.-based artist Lauren Halsey.

‘ER’ Star Anthony Edwards Makes Broadway Musical Debut in Surprise ‘Girl From the North Country’ Appearance

The Emmy, SAG and Golden Globe-winning actor — who is married to the musical's star Mare Winningham — took the stage Friday night to prevent the performance from being canceled after another actor had to miss the show due to COVID.

Jesse Williams on ‘Take Me Out’ Nudity Leak: “Theater Is a Sacred Space, and Everybody Doesn’t Understand That”

The Second Stage Theatre has instituted new protocols, including infrared cameras and additional security, following the incident involving the Tony-nominated actor.

‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ to End Broadway Run in May After Third Engagement

"Even though New York City is getting stronger every day and ticket sales are slowly improving, theatre-going tourists — and, especially for our show, family audiences — have not returned as soon as we anticipated," producer Kevin McCollum said in a statement.

Geena Davis Memoir ‘Dying of Politeness’ to Release in Fall

According to HarperOne, Davis will share "laugh-out tales" about her modeling career and provide candid accounts of films 'Tootsie,' 'The Accidental Tourist' and 'Beetlejuice' and more.

Henry Winkler to Release Memoir in 2024

Celadon Books announced Wednesday that it has a deal with Winkler to tell his life story.

‘Take Me Out’ Theater Pursuing Take-Down Requests, Will Add Additional Staff After Nude Photo of Jesse Williams Circulates

"It is deeply unfortunate that one audience member chose to disrespect the production, their fellow audience members and, most importantly, the cast in this manner," Second Stage said in a statement on Tuesday.

The Actor’s Fund Becomes the Entertainment Community Fund, a Name Change 140 Years in the Making

Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, fund president and CEO Joseph Benincasa explains why the name change happened now — and why it better represents the organization's century-old mission.

How the Pandemic Shaped the 2022 Tony Nominations Landscape

From delayed openings and an expanded nomination window to recognition of the season's historic Black playwrights and major celebrity snubs, here are some of the ways the pandemic impacted the list of Broadway's biggest play and musical honorees.

Jennifer Hudson Is One Step Closer to EGOT Status After Tony Nomination

Hudson, as a producer, earned a nod for top nominee 'A Strange Loop.'

Tony Nominations Snubs: ‘Funny Girl’ Stars Beanie Feldstein and Jane Lynch, ‘Company’ Actress Katrina Lenk Not Nominated

Star-studded Broadway shows 'Plaza Suite' and 'Macbeth' also underperformed with Ruth Negga the only one from that group to earn a nod, leaving out Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick and Daniel Craig.