How Wicked Costume Designer Susan Hilferty Put Her Own Twist on Oz The inside story on how Hilferty made Glinda, Elphaba, Madame Morrible, and their fellow Ozians some of Broadway’s most instantly recognizable characters.
Posts published in March 2018
Why Oscar Winner Glenda Jackson Returned to Broadway for Edward Albee’s Three Tall Women The acting titan comes back after 30 years to star in the Pulitzer Prize–winning drama.
The 41 Shows That Hold the Record for the Longest Run in Each Broadway Theatre See which shows ran the longest in each Broadway house.
Look Back at Jan Clayton, John Raitt, and More in Carousel on Broadway The original production opened April 19, 1945, at the Majestic Theatre.
Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert, Starring John Legend, Airs on NBC April 1 Sara Bareilles, Alice Cooper, Norm Lewis, and Jason Tam co-star in the TV presentation of the Andrew Lloyd Webber-Tim Rice musical.
Colman Domingo Proves His Theatre Credentials Before Fear the Walking Dead, the TV star earned a Tony nod and now returns to Broadway with Summer: The Donna Summer Musical.
Watch Cast of Broadway’s Frozen Surprise Audience With Tribute to Oklahoma! Jelani Alladin, Greg Hildreth, John Riddle, and more performed tunes from the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic, which opened 75 years ago at the St. James Theatre.
In New York Budget, a Fusillade Against de Blasio Gov. Cuomo is using the state’s $168 billion plan as a way to exert control over New York City, to thumb the eye of its mayor and to raise his national…
Congestion Pricing Falters in New York, Again Political leaders in Albany leave an ambitious Manhattan congestion zone out of the state budget, but include new surcharges on Uber and taxi rides
In the Bronx, Stadium Scents Take Fans Out to the Ballgame A new therapeutic array of ballpark fragrances at a Bronx nursing home helps older residents recall their youthful trips to Yankee Stadium.
Brooklyn Senator’s Request Is Blamed for Budget Stall, but Deal Could Be Near The senator, Simcha Felder, had asked for leeway in state oversight of yeshivas. He said on Friday that he thought an agreement had been reached.
School Suspensions in New York Rose 21 Percent During Last Months of 2017 New York City has been pushing to decrease the number of children kept out of school for disciplinary reasons, and couldn’t explain what caused the jump.
Albany Strikes Budget Deal That Sidesteps Trump’s Tax Plan Discussions on some policy issues, such as gun control and criminal justice reform, were pushed back until after the April 1 budget deadline.
Get Up Close With the Props of In & Of Itself We head behind the scenes at the Daryl Roth Theatre for a closer look at the magic behind the Off-Broadway phenomenon.
What’s In Your Book? Aladdin’s Arielle Jacobs On Picking the Perfect Pop Audition Song Watch Broadway’s current Jasmine performs her favorite songs by Sara Bareilles, Stephen Sondheim, and more.