"In a strange way, I feel like I am playing my memoirs," says Andersson of "Piano," due out Sept. 29.
Sting and Wayne Shorter Awarded Polar Music Prize; Annie Lennox, Esperanza Spalding Perform in Their Honor
Singer, songwriter, and The Police frontman Sting and jazz musician Wayne Shorter, two artists who have spent a lifetime crossing borders and blending genres, found their paths merging on Thursday…
VR fever has infected Sweden’s biggest musical export: Pop group Abba will recycle decades-old hits like “Dancing Queen” and “Mamma Mia” for the 21st-century digital medium of virtual reality. The…
It was unusual back in 2001: a musical arriving on Broadway with a predominantly female leadership team, from the show's top producer to its director to its book writer. It's still pretty rare. This…
“Mamma Mia” will hold its last performance at the Broadhurst Theatre on Sept. 5, making it the eighth longest-running show in Broadway history when it closes. The musical, inspired by the music of…
Abba’s Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus will reunite to celebrate 15 years of the hit show "Mamma Mia!" at this year's Olivier Awards in London, the show announced Thursday. Andersson and Ulvaeus…
MARRAKECH, Morocco — ABBA co-founder Benny Andersson and his son Ludvig Andersson are taking “The Circle,” their supernatural youth fantasy film, into full-speed and are set to kick off production on…
Sid Bernstein, the promoter who brought the Beatles to Carnegie Hall in New York City just as their fame exploded in the U.S., has died. He was 95. Bernstein’s daughter, Casey Deutsch, said her…
One giant question hangs over Judy Craymer's "Viva Forever." Has her new jukebox tuner done with the Spice Girls back catalog what her "Mamma Mia!" did with Abba?
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"Kristina," the musical by ABBA's "Mamma Mia!" duo Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus, gets its first English-language presentation in a Carnegie Hall concert in September.