"Avenue Q" has, in its endearingly irreverent way, changed the landscape of the Tonys this season with its shameless, tongue-in-cheek campaign to win itself the big brass ring, a best musical Tony.
The New York Times' recent essay critiquing the exclusionary nature of the Tony Awards raised an old issue that may have a new timeliness.
On Monday, Time Out magazine shot the cover for its Tony Awards issue -- or, rather, its theater issue.
The producers of "Big River" have received word from CBS that their show will not be allowed to perform on the telecast from Radio City Music Hall despite having been nominated for musical revival.
Journalists depend on sources, but do musicals really need them?
Ricky Kirshner and Glenn Weiss are the new executive producers of the Tony Awards, with Weiss double-dipping as director of the 2004 awards show that will air live on CBS from Radio City Music Hall…
It's rare for two Pulitzer Prize-winning dramas to be in competition for the play Tony. It happened in 1956 when "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" went up against "The Diary of Anne Frank," with the Tony going…
Unfortunately, William Shakespeare and his Old Globe gang were not available for comment on Broadway's 2003-04 productions of "Henry IV" and "King Lear."
For Simon Russell Beale, it was the sweater. "I need a cardigan," the actor said during rehearsals of "Jumpers." "This man would wear a cardigan."
On the day "Frozen" preemed on Broadway, Bryony Lavery spent the afternoon at a reading of her new play, "Last Easter," at MTC.
Hugh Jackman has the greenlight to do whatever the spirit moves him to do when he returns to host the Tonys for a second year.