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Steven Spielberg-Produced Musical ‘Smash’ Headed for Broadway

The musical is inspired by the NBC series of the same name.

Marin Mazzie, Broadway Star of ‘Ragtime’ and ‘Kiss Me, Kate,’ Dies at 57

Actress and soprano Marin Mazzie, a three-time Tony Award nominee known for powerhouse Broadway performances in 'Ragtime,' 'Passion' and 'Kiss Me, Kate,' has died following a three-year battle with ovarian cancer. She was 57.

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Leslie Odom, Jr. (‘Hamilton’)

The Tony-nominated star of theater's biggest phenomenon dishes on making his Broadway debut at 17 in 'Rent,' how he got out of a seven-year network TV deal so he could act in Lin-Manuel Miranda's musical at The Public for $500 a week, why he fought for profit-sharing when it became a hit and why he's not worried about what comes next.

Christian Borle to Play Willy Wonka on Broadway

The two-time Tony winner will star in the new Roald Dahl musical, 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,' beginning performances next March at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.

Bremont Opens First U.S. Store In New York

Megan Hilty and and Philip Winchester helped celebrate the British watchmaker’s Madison Avenue opening.

‘Smash’ Musical ‘Bombshell’ Could End Up on Broadway After All

After a one-off charity staging, Bob Greenblatt announces development on a production based on the canceled NBC drama.

Brian d’Arcy James, Christian Borle Bite Into ‘Something Rotten!’

The co-stars of NBC's 'Smash' will reunite on the upcoming Broadway musical comedy set in Elizabethan England

John Slattery, ‘Homeland’ Alum Join Catholic Sex Abuse Film ‘Spotlight’

Billy Crudup, Michael Keaton, Mark Ruffalo and Rachel McAdams also are on board

‘Smash’s’ Katharine McPhee to Star in CBS Genius Drama (Exclusive)

She'll play a "working-class hero" and diner waitress who understands geniuses in "Scorpion," the pilot from Nick Santora, Nicholas Wootton, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci.

The Black Suits: Theater Review

The "Smash" vet Joe Iconis pens a musical about a group of garage rock hopefuls, world-premiering at the Kirk Douglas in Culver City.

Songwriter Andrew McMahon Vies for Emmy in the Wake of ‘Smash’ Cancellation

The Jack's Mannequin and Something Corporate alum says he's "totally proud to have worked on" the show and spills details about his upcoming album.

Emmy Noms Salute Music From ‘The Voice,’ ‘Nashville,’ HBO Biopics

The canceled NBC show "Smash," meanwhile, earns two nominations in the outstanding original music and lyrics category.