Tony Awards


    “Christmas” came a little early for Rick Peña. Literally. Like an eager child rushing to the tree to unwrap presents, Slow Burn Theatre Co.’s award-winning costume designer found himself in the Broward Center’s Abdo New River Room three weeks ago, opening more than 65 boxes of costumes for the upcoming production.

  • Bouncing, Rapping Hugh Jackman Delivers Host Of Tony Surprises

    (CNN) -- The Tony Awards don't usually match the drama of the Oscars, but the 2014 edition at New York's Radio City Music Hall did deliver surprises and buzzworthy moments Sunday.

  • Diversity Honors Celebrates Authenticity & Inclusion

    Levi Kreis won a Tony Award on Broadway for his role as the musical legend Jerry Lee Lewis, a piano keys slamming wild man.

  • Feature: Speak OUT - October 28, 2015

    SFGN’s “Speak OUT” is a weekly feature giving a regular voice to South Florida LGBT leaders. This week: As another history month wraps up is there anything over the course of the month that stuck out about this year's LGBT history month? Or name an event or person from LGBT history that we should all learn more about – especially LGBT youth. Below are some of their answers:

  • Levi Kreis Will Perform A Benefit Concert For ArtsUnited

    Tony Award-winner Levi Kreis will perform a benefit concert for ArtsUnited at the Sunshine Cathedral on Saturday. Credit: Courtesy of Levi Kreis.

    Tony Award-winner Stays Close to His Southern Roots

  • News Bites for September 16, 2015

    Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender news bites.

  • Review: Mamma Mia at the Maltz

    The Maltz Jupiter Theatre launched its winter programs on Jan. 17.  It was a sold out performance of the Tony®nominated musical, “Mamma Mia!,” created with the music of world famous pop group, ABBA. 

  • Tony Awards: De Niro slams Trump, Parkland Students Perform

    The 72nd annual Tony Awards, hosted by Rachel Bloom, featured a clean sweep from “The Band’s Visit” and “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts One and Two” as well as plenty of onstage antics.

  • Tony Winner ‘Fun Home’ is More than Coming Out Story

    Brightly costumed superheroes aren’t the only comic book characters to be brought to life on the big screen and even the Broadway stage.