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If making your Broadway debut at age 12 doesn't sound scary enough, imagine doing it in an iconic role. Now triple it.
Even when she should be relaxing, Chita Rivera just can't.
We've all seen the scene in "A Christmas Story" when the kid gets his tongue stuck on a frozen flagpole. Now on Broadway is that very same scene — plus the kid actually singing through it, or at least trying to sing.
This Christmas, if Ralphie ever actually does shoot his eye out with a Red Ryder BB Gun, don't worry. There's a spare Ralphie.
"The Book of Mormon" arrived on Broadway like a bawdy toddler, cursing and making poo jokes, but winning hearts anyway. Now it's ready for a road trip.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson of "Modern Family" might be a star now, but he remembers those awful days sweating it out in front of casting directors.
Tug Coker is starring as Celtics legend Larry Bird opposite Kevin Daniels as Earvin "Magic" Johnson in "Magic/Bird," a play about the off-court friendship and fierce on-court rivalry of two of the NBA's most valuable players.
Tug Coker grew up in suburban Virginia with an impossible dream: One day he'd love to play pro basketball. Maybe, fingers crossed, even for his favorite team, the Boston Celtics.
The three-time Tony Award-winner's book is a collection of 66 impressionistic sketches of movie stars, social celebrities, Broadway icons, politicians and writers.
The phone at Frank Langella's home rings and rings, unanswered. The very private three-time Tony Award winner apparently is not willing to answer questions about his debut book.
In a packed rehearsal room a few floors above the massive stage at Radio City Music Hall, 13-year-old Alyssa Casson walked to a spot in front of a panel of judges and paused, preparing to sing.
The Tony Award-winning singer's 19-city North America tour will hit Chicago, Los Angeles, Denver, Detroit, Philadelphia, Boston, Dallas, Toronto, New York, Nashville and Atlanta, among other cities.
Kristin Chenoweth is taking the long way home.
A new musical bringing together Tony Award-winner Harvey Fierstein and rock icon Cyndi Lauper will put its best foot forward in Chicago this fall. "Kinky Boots" will make its world premiere at the Bank of America Theatre in October.
A new musical bringing together Tony Award-winner Harvey Fierstein and rock icon Cyndi Lauper will put its best foot forward in Chicago this fall.
The 37-year-old actor, best known for the TV series "ER" and the film "8 Mile," is not used to being shouted at, but it's part of his Broadway debut.
Mekhi Phifer is not used to being shouted at, but it's part of his Broadway debut.
Mike Daisey's new show may be the only one in town where you may stifle the desire to automatically switch on your phone after it's over. You may not even want to admit you have one.
Producers looking for someone to replace Daniel Radcliffe on Broadway have landed their prize — a Jonas.
If Broadway last season was dominated by a glitzy Spider-Man, Broadway's new season seems to be shaping up more like his workaday alter ego Peter Parker.
Families of children with autism have a new place to engage their sons and daughters — Broadway.
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