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Tony Awards 2020

Tony Awards: ‘Jagged Little Pill,’ ‘Slave Play’ Lead Nominations

Broadway may still be shut down amid the coronavirus pandemic, but Thursday morning the Broadway League and American Theatre Wing announced the nominees for the 2020 Tony Awards.

Hugh Jackman in Broadway’s ‘Music Man’ Back on Track for Spring 2021 (Exclusive)

Also starring Sutton Foster, the musical revival originally slated for the fall will now begin performances April 7, aiming to rouse Broadway out of its extended slumber.

Broadway Shutdown Extended Through Labor Day

The Broadway League on Tuesday confirmed that theaters will remain dark for an additional three months, though industry insiders anticipate the reopening date remaining in flux, possibly until early 2021.

Coronavirus Shutdown Extends to June on Broadway

The Broadway League, the trade organization that represents New York's top-tier theater industry, on Wednesday confirmed that the 41 venues that make up the Great White Way will not reopen April 12, as previously scheduled.

Tony Awards to Be Rescheduled Due to Coronavirus Shutdown

The 2020 Tony Awards have fallen victim to the coronavirus pandemic, with dates for the 74th annual edition remaining in limbo as Broadway sits out the longest blackout in its history.

Broadway’s ‘Birthday Candles’ and ‘Caroline, or Change’ Bumped to Fall

The new Noah Haidle play, starring Debra Messing and Andre Braugher, and the revival of the Jeanine Tesori-Tony Kushner musical led by Olivier Award winner Sharon D. Clarke, both were originally set for the spring.

David Alan Grier on Closing a Broadway Run With No Closing Night

The actor reflects on the abrupt final curtain that fell on 'A Soldier's Play' five performances ahead of schedule when the coronavirus pandemic put out the lights on Broadway last week.

Broadway to Go Dark, NYC Venues Shutter Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Broadway and NYC venues like the Apollo theater, Barclays Center and Madison Square Garden are closing their doors amid the coronavirus pandemic.

‘Girl From the North Country’: Theater Review

'Girl From the North Country,' Conor McPherson's Depression-era ensemble drama set to the songs of Bob Dylan, moves to Broadway with some excellent new cast additions and all of its distinctive virtues enhanced.

‘West Side Story’: Theater Review

Director Ivo van Hove and choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker reshape the classic tale of street-gang rivalry for a new generation with this boldly contemporary Broadway revival of 'West Side Story.'

‘The Inheritance’ Sets Early Closing on Broadway

'The Inheritance,' Matthew Lopez's intimate two-part epic about gay New Yorkers in the wake of the AIDS crisis, will play its final performance March 15, cutting short a commercially disappointing run.