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In Broadway’s Gentlest Musical, Hope Strikes Up the “Band”

Egyptian musicians and Israeli townspeople find music and connections beyond politics.

A Healthcare Musical! “Dr. Glassheart” Will See You Now

Everything I know is wrong! What's with these acai bowls?

Robert LuPone Pulls Heart and Strings to Play “The Violin”

The glory of age means that artistic satisfaction can come from within himself.

Disney vs. Stravinsky: Titans Clash in Off-Broadway Premiere

Stravinsky didn’t realize that the whole story was going to be about dinosaurs...

In “Prince of Broadway,” Broadway’s King Crowns Himself

It's pretty much is pretty much and-then-I wrote or else and-then-I-produced-directed.

Bobby Goldman Lives! A Talk With Nancy Opel of “Curvy Widow”

Bobby Goldman set out to write a naughty, racy, sexy, campy romp. Now it's a musical.

What We Did For Love: Why Amateur Theatre Isn’t a Dirty...

Amateur theatre is a sector we should be proud of.

Alt Satire? Here’s “Me The People: The Trump America Musical”

"We have a lot of characters you would know..."

Actor-Writer Jim Brochu: The Greatest American Zero

"Zero is a great character to play, whether people know he was real or not."

Honoring the Tony Winners That CBS Didn’t Show

It's time to re-evaluate why some Tony winners appear in the broadcast and others don't.

Marketing Broadway Musicals: Moving Beyond Cookie-Cutter

As Broadway musicals push form and content, marketing must reflect their innovations.

Singing Sondheim in the Age of Donald Trump

There are ways in which Sondheim is more than a musician; he's almost a life philosopher.

Intellect vs. Emotion: John Doyle’s “Pacific Overtures”

John Doyle's elegantly ritualistic staging makes you think. Does it make you feel?

“Hello, Dolly!” Pays Off a Perfect Bette

Midler makes Dolly a wonderful woman because she’s such a real woman.

From Musical Comedy, Escape From Terror

Just like what happened on Broadway after 9/11.

“Groundhog Day” Is “Groundhog Day” Is “Groundhog Day”

Featuring the most creative five minutes on Broadway right now.

Donald J. Tramp Crashes World Puppetry Day

Nasty puppetry. Nasty, nasty puppetry.

Jo Lampert Sparks David Byrne’s “Joan of Arc”

Alex Timbers, Steven Hoggett stage hot new look at the Maid of Orleans.

Musical Theater Can Create Political Action, Right?

For the composers, it is a song. For the audience, it is change.

What the Debate Over That “Big River” Review Really Means

"Room for disagreement" could also be the subtitle of America in 2017.