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Disney’s ‘Frozen’ Will Not Reopen on Broadway

In the most dramatic sign to date that even the deepest pockets on Broadway will struggle to recover from the extended COVID-19 shutdown that began March 12, Disney Theatrical Productions confirmed…

‘Frozen’: Theater Review

As all things 'Frozen' coalesce into one massive global empire with the release of Disney's movie sequel, the first national tour of the Broadway musical kicks off at the Pantages in Hollywood, where…

‘Red’: Film Review

Mark Rothko explores the eponymous color in a filmed version of John Logan's Tony-winning play 'Red.'

‘Frozen’: Theater Review

The top-grossing animated film of all time, 'Frozen,' comes to Broadway as a new Disney musical fairy tale about a queen in icy self-exile and the loving sister who sets out to melt her heart and…

‘Frozen’ Comes to Broadway with a Tighter Focus and a Timely Message

The cast and creative team behind the Disney musical discuss changes made ahead of the March 22 New York opening and why this story is ripe for theatrical treatment.

Disney Previews ‘Frozen,’ Plans Digital Lottery on Broadway

A limited number of $30 tickets will be available to each performance of the highly anticipated production, which begins previews next week.

22 of the Most Eagerly Anticipated New York Stage Shows of Winter-Spring 2018

Major revivals, surefire blockbusters, new musicals from the co-creators of 'In the Heights' and 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch,' and star turns from Glenda Jackson, Denzel Washington, Andrew Garfield…

Disney Finds its ‘Frozen’ Princesses for Broadway

Caissie Levy has been cast as Elsa and Patti Murin as Anna in the upcoming stage musical based on the animated blockbuster, with choreographer Rob Ashford joining the creative team.

Disney Replaces Director of Broadway-Bound ‘Frozen’ Musical

Disney has confirmed Tony winner Michael Grandage will now stage the eagerly anticipated project, which despite the creative shakeup remains on track to bow at the St. James Theatre in spring 2018.

‘Hughie’ with Forest Whitaker Folds on Broadway

Poor ticket sales have prompted producers to announce a March 27 closing date for the Eugene O'Neill drama, eleven weeks ahead of schedule.

‘Hughie’: Theater Review

Forest Whitaker makes his Broadway debut as a small-time gambler running on illusion in Michael Grandage's staging of the Eugene O'Neill one-act.

‘Genius’: Berlin Review

Colin Firth plays famed New York literary editor Max Perkins, with Jude Law as his most challenging author, Thomas Wolfe, in theater director Michael Grandage's feature debut.