Back in 2013, host Neil Patrick Harris turned out one of the greatest Broadway performances when he opened the Tony Awards with the song “Bigger.” Watch!
James Arthur and the effects company Freckled Sky team up for an unbelievable performance on Britain’s Got Talent. Watch.
Go behind the scenes of the viral, musical sensation, ‘Soundtrack to a Bromance’ starring Broadway’s Ben Platt and James Corden.
John Lithgow and Laurie Metcalf take on two of the most prominent figures of the last few decades. “Hillary and Clinton” opens on Broadway this April!
Before he was Kylo Ren in the Star Wars universe, actor Adam Driver was a marine. Listen as he describes the transition from soldier to civilian.
Chance the Rapper joins director Elmo and co-star Cookie Monster to rehearse a play in Sesame Street’s “T is for Theater”. Watch!
James Corden, Emily Blunt, and Lin-Manuel Miranda join forces to cover 22 musicals in 12 minutes. Watch the musical extravaganza!
Lin-Manuel Miranda and Lady Gaga sit down to discuss all things music, theater, and their new movies: ‘A Star is Born’ and ‘Mary Poppins Returns’. Watch!
You’ve never seen King Kong like this before! Find out more (and how to get your tickets) to one of the hottest and “biggest” shows on Broadway.
Get your tickets now for ‘American Son’ on Broadway, starring Kerry Washington, Steven Pasquale, Jeremy Jordan, and Eugene Lee - only through January 2019!
Rodgers & Hammerstein are considered one of the greatest duos in musical history. Find out more about this pair and their career together.
The American Adventure attraction in Disney World’s EPCOT center features a dramatic, musical-worthy song called Golden Dream. Listen/Watch now!
Broadway legend and 'Supergirl' best friend Jeremy Jordan covers No Doubt's 'Don't Speak' in the one-night show 'Broadway Loves Gwen Stefani'. Watch!
'The Boys in the Band' from producer Ryan Murphy is celebrating a 50 year revival on Broadway now through August 11th. The revival ground-breaking play stars Jim Parsons, Matt Bomer, Zachary Quinto and celebrates the history of equal rights for the gay community. Find out more.
Tina Fey might be the creator of Broadway's "Mean Girls" but she has one more hurdle to tackle, starring in her own musical! Watch as Saturday Night Live takes on the Broadway stage with the sketch, 'Mean Girls.'