"The Lion King" is roaring, and all of Broadway can hear it.
Presenters shocked to learn that some 'South Park' fans live west of the Hudson.
Touring Broadway shows contributed $3.35 billion to local economies in the U.S. during the 2008-09 season, according to a new report from the Broadway League.
There is little of the excitement or danger of the original foursome, or much electricity, either.
When Broadway in Chicago was created in 2000, some local Chicago politicians with chips on their Second City shoulders weren't shy about criticizing the appropriation of a Gotham brand. "Why Broadway…
At the Denver Center Attractions, prexy Randy Weeks is opening his 2011 road season with the tour of "Next to Normal," starring Alice Ripley.