The reviews for Diana are in and ouch did the critics tear it to shreds. They all agree that the tone of the musical is just plain off; the team really missed the mark, often cringingly so. Some feel it's so bad that it actually warrants a hate watch, but with a version available to watch on Netflix, will audiences spend the money on a Broadway ticket for the privilege? Time will tell.
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Photo by Sara Krulwich/The New York Times The Broadway revival of Caroline, or Change is now open, and the critics appreciate the return of this musical theatre masterpiece by Tony Kushner and Jeanine Tesori, as much for the quality of the production as for how it speaks to our current cultural moment. Director Michael Longhurst…
A review of the ‘Showstoppers!’ costume exhibit on 42nd street. Nothing beats the never-ending magic of Broadway, and this fun interactive tour is a perfect representation of what that is. Perfectly made, hand-crafted magic.
Featuring six powerhouse performers spilling the queen's side of the story (and just overflowing with talent and personality), SIX delivers an 80-minute experience that lives somewhere between musical theatre, arena concert, and TikTok.
After an insane year and a half, the Tony Awards are finally here! We’ll be live Tweeting, Facebooking and updating this page, so join us LIVE!
The dangling Tony nominations from last year's odd season are finally going to be announced. The ceremony will be happening on September 26, but like many things COVID-related, it won't quite be what we're used to. Most of the awards will be broadcast via the streaming platform Paramount+ beginning at 7 p.m. ET, followed by a…
Though quarantine may have doused the lights of Broadway proper, that hasn’t stopped Hollywood. Here is an exhaustive list of those upcoming releases.
The Drama League Award winners were announced tonight, which appears to mark the end of a very odd awards season.
The world is upside down, but at least some of the awards shows are soldiering on. A virtual version of the Drama Desk Awards was broadcast on Saturday, June 13. For the musicals, the Off Broadway A Strange Loop and Moulin Rouge! were the biggest winners of the night, each taking home five prizes apiece.…