Meet the cast of the first-ever Broadway revival of Spring Awakening. The acclaimed Deaf West production features a mix of deaf and hearing actors and incorporates American Sign Language. They offered a peek at four songs: "Mama Who Bore Me," "The Bitch of Living," "Touch Me" and "The Song of Purple Summer". See this exciting take on ...
Ultimate Tony Awards Gallery! Walk the Red Carpet, Party Hop & Pop the Champagne with the 2015 Winners
Broadway.com’s ultimate photo gallery of the Tony Awards on June 7, 2015, from the red carpet and backstage to the star-studded after parties at the Plaza and the Carlyle Hotel. Click for photos!
Photos! Vanessa Hudgens, Darren Criss, Matthew Morrison & More Party at the 2015 Broadway.com Audience Choice Awards
Get a front-row seat to the best celebration of the year: The 2015 Broadway.com Audience Choice Awards reception! Click for photos of Vanessa Hudgens, Darren Criss, Kristin Chenoweth, Helen Mirren, Matthew Morrison and more stars at 48 Lounge in New York City on May 19, 2015.
Photos! Sting, Elisabeth Moss, Brian d'Arcy James & More 2015 Tony Nominees Unite at Star-Studded Celebration
It’s time to party with the 2015 Tony nominees! Click for photos from the starry reception at the Paramount Hotel on April 29, 2015.
Key Brand Entertainment CEO John Gore received the UJA-Federation of New York’s 2015 Excellence in Theater Award on March 23 at the St. Regis in New York City. Click for photos from the starry celebration!
Photos! Kyle Dean Massey, Sasha Allen & the Cast of the Pippin Tour Bring the Big Top to Los Angeles
Pippin is traveling the U.S.! The Tony-winning revival is currently bringing its dazzling circus magic to the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles, and on November 7, Broadway.com photographer Bruce Glikas captured the cast (including new star Kyle Dean Massey, who is coming to the tour directly from Broadway) hanging out backstage before the show. Click for photos!
John Rubinstein is currently playing King Charles in the Tony-winning revival of Pippin, but this isn’t his first time in the hit musical—he also played the title role in the original 1972 Broadway production! Rubinstein was honored with his own portrait at Sardi’s on July 31, 2014, and his Pippin pals were all on hand to celebrate. Click for photos ...