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Tony Awards 2013

‘Pippin’: Theater Review

The national tour touches down in Los Angeles with Broadway company members Matthew James Thomas in the title role and Andrea Martin as his age-defying grandmother

‘While I Yet Live’: Theater Review

Tony-winning stage actor Billy Porter ("Kinky Boots") makes his playwriting debut with this autobiographical family drama

‘If/Then’: Theater Review

Idina Menzel, the breakout voice star of Disney's "Frozen" juggernaut, returns to Broadway for the first time in 10 years in this new musical from the creators of "Next to Normal."

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike: Theater Review

The Broadway comedy hit, which won a Tony for Best Play in 2013, arrives in downtown L.A. in a production directed by David Hyde Pierce.

‘Matilda the Musical’ Announces North American Tour

The Tony-winning Broadway musical, featuring music and lyrics by Australian comedian Tim Minchin, will hit the road in May 2015.

Tim Minchin Reveals ‘Groundhog Day’ Musical Plans

The "Matilda" composer announced that he is adapting the 1993 comedy, promising it will be "instantly recognizable, and utterly different."

Carly Rae Jepsen to Make Broadway Debut in ‘Cinderella’

UPDATED: Both the "Call Me Maybe" singer and Fran Drescher have extended their limited engagements in the show through June 8.

Fran Drescher to Make Broadway Debut in ‘Cinderella’

The star of "The Nanny" brings her signature nasal honk to the title character's social-climbing stepmother, while Annie Potts will be taking up trapeze work in "Pippin."

‘Pippin’ Sees Profit on Broadway

The Tony-winning musical revival officially recouped its $8.5 million capitalization at the end of a busy Thanksgiving week, during which a number of productions broke house records.

‘Kinky Boots’ Kicks Up a Profit on Broadway

Thanks to sellout business, the 2013 Tony Award winner for best musical has recouped its $13.5 million capitalization in just seven months.

‘Amelie’ to Become Broadway Musical

Composer Dan Messe of Brooklyn-based indie ensemble Hem is working on the adaptation with playwright Craig Lucas and co-lyricist Nathan Tysen.

Nathan Lane Play ‘The Nance’ to Air on PBS

The Tony-winning production from Douglas Carter Beane has been filmed for broadcast during the 40th season of "Live From Lincoln Center."