"X2" topliner Hugh Jackman, who comes to Broadway this fall in new musical "The Boy From Oz," will host the 2003 Tony Awards June 8.
In most years, the big Tony contenders open in the spring, in the hope that big wins at the awards will drive audiences into the theater and get the all-important word of mouth bubbling in time for…
"Hairspray," the hit musical adapted from John Waters' indie picture, topped the Tony Awards nominations Monday with 13. It was followed by "Movin' Out," which scored 10 noms. The musical danced to a…
The Tony Awards administrative committee met Thursday to resolve the kudos' final eligibility questions.
There's no new music, and no book to speak of, but "Movin' Out" is indeed a new musical. And while "La Boheme" has never before been produced on Broadway, Baz Luhrmann's staging will nevertheless be…
With the box office slumping on Broadway in the week leading up to the Tony Awards and ratings for the telecast plunging to a record low, Elaine Stritch may not be the only one with an emotional…
Broadway suffered during that always awkward session between Memorial Day and the Tony fete.
The Tony Awards spread the wealth at the 56th annual ceremonies, concluding a difficult season in Broadway history by divvying up major awards with a remarkably even hand -- in contrast with last…
Elaine Stritch, whose acceptance speech was cut off on the live CBS telecast, said backstage, "I'm very, very upset about the whole situation. I think they should have given me my time. I only had…
It is time to express the minority, contrarian opinion that the 2001-02 Broadway season was nothing short of miraculous.