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Tony Awards 2019

Broadway Smash ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ Completes Second-Year Cast (Exclusive)

Eliza Scanlen, LisaGay Hamilton, Nina Grollman and Taylor Trensch are among those joining the previously announced Ed Harris and Nick Robinson in Aaron Sorkin's stage adaptation of the classic Harper Lee novel.

‘Frankie and Johnny’ to Close a Month Early on Broadway

In what has proven to be a brutal late spring and early summer for New York's top-tier commercial theater industry, Broadway has claimed another early casualty. Despite predominantly rave reviews, the revival of Terrence McNally's 1987 two-character romantic drama, 'Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune,' starring Audra McDonald and Michael Shannon in the title roles, will play its final performance on July 28, one month ahead of schedule.

‘The Cher Show’ to End Broadway Run

Despite winning Tony Awards for lead actress Stephanie J. Block and costume designer Bob Mackie, the bio-musical has fallen short of commercial expectations.

‘King Kong’ Musical Sets Broadway Closing Date

Following a commercially disappointing run at the Broadway Theatre, the musical 'King Kong,' an adaptation of the 1932 novel by Delos W. Lovelace, will play its final show on Aug. 18.

‘Be More Chill’ Sets Broadway Closing Date

The cult teen musical, which became a viral sensation and earned a Tony nomination for Joe Iconis' original score, will play its last performance Aug. 11.

Broadway’s ‘The Prom’ Sets Final Performance

Demonstrating that Broadway has become tough terrain for original musicals without a recognizable movie title or jukebox catalog behind them, critical darling 'The Prom' has announced an Aug. 11 closing date.

Broadway’s ‘Hillary and Clinton’ to Close One Month Early

'Hillary and Clinton,' which stars Laurie Metcalf and John Lithgow, is the third Scott Rudin production of the 2018-19 season to move up its closing date following soft ticket sales.

Ed Harris to Step in as Atticus Finch in Broadway’s ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’

Broadway has found its new Atticus Finch. Following the Nov. 3 departure of Jeff Daniels at the end of his yearlong run in Aaron Sorkin's mega-selling stage adaptation of 'To Kill a Mockingbird,' Harris will begin performances two days later in the pivotal role of the principled lawyer in 1930s small-town Alabama who takes on the defense of an African-American sharecropper falsely accused of raping a white woman.

Tonys: ‘Gary’ Is First Post-Awards Casualty, Closing Seven Weeks Early

After failing to translate any of its seven nominations into a win Sunday night, Taylor Mac's audacious political farce will play its last performance Sunday.

Tonys: What Ali Stroker’s Historic Win Means for Wheelchair Users Like Me (Guest Column)

This weekend we saw history turn a page. Ali Stroker, who, in addition to a Broadway phenom also uses a wheelchair, took home the Tony Award for best performance by an actress in a featured role in a musical. It's hard to overstate the significance of this moment.

Tonys: Broadway Stars Brought Drama and Pride to the Red Carpet

Brilliant colors and unabashed individuality dominated the night’s standout style at the 2019 Tony Awards.

TV Ratings: Tony Awards Fall to All-Time Lows

The Tony Awards hit all-time ratings lows on Sunday, recording their smallest total audience and 18-49 rating ever.