One of the hottest tickets on Broadway two seasons ago was Jerry Zaks’ Tony Award-winning revival of “Hello, Dolly,” starring Bette Midler. I was fortunate to catch a matinee one summer Sunday.
The film “Legally Blonde” was an instant hit in 2001, so it was no surprise Broadway producers jumped on the opportunity to take the comedy to the stage just six years later.
Not able to snag tickets to Barbra Streisand’s nine-city August concert tour?
NEW YORK (AP) — Terrence McNally's "Mothers and Sons" is the first victim of the Tony Awards: It will close on June 22 after missing out on being crowned the season's best play.
(CNN) Bill and Chelsea Clinton headlined a fundraiser on Monday in New York City with dozens of Broadway legends and comedians, many of whom roundly mocked Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.