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A new petition to name a Broadway theater in honor of late performer Nick Cordero has amassed nearly 30,000 signatures. more
"Rewind, rewind, rewind," interrupts the ensemble. The lights warp, the tables turn, the dancers seem to go backwards. more
DALLAS — Organizers behind Austin City Limits announced Wednesday morning that the annual, two-weekend music festival is canceled this year. more
When the "Hamilton" movie hits Disney+ on Friday, it will be more than just one more streaming service premiere. more
Hugh Jackman is still coming back to The Great White Way — just a little later than planned. more
The Broadway League announced Monday that performances in New York City would remain suspended at least through the end of the year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. more
"Just you wait." The oft-repeated lyric by Lin-Manuel Miranda's title character throughout the epic opening number of "Hamilton" promises plenty of magic to come. more
LOS ANGELES — For playwright Antoinette Nwandu, recent conversations about systemic racism in the wake of social uprisings have felt all too familiar. more
The shows, apparently, must go on. more
Although E3 has been canceled, it's not stopping video game makers from unleashing big announcements. more
The phone on the nightstand woke me at 9 a.m. Easter Sunday. more
The daughter of George Floyd recently received Disney stock as a gift from star entertainer Barbra Streisand. more
When the Hollywood Bowl canceled its 2020 season for the first time in nearly 100 years, it offered advance ticket holders three options. more
If you didn't know you were watching the latest comedy directed by Judd Apatow, the opening scene of "The King of Staten Island" might prime you to expect something a little harder-edged. more
HBO's "Watchmen" and Netflix's "When They See Us," two acclaimed TV dramas that tackle racism and police brutality against Black people, are among the recipients of the 2020 Peabody Awards. more
  Orchestral rock group Montopolis will present their multimedia performance "The Living Coast" at central Texas Drive-In theaters this summer.    "The Living … more
DALLAS — Last fall, when the Dallas Museum of Art launched its provocative exhibition "Speechless, Different by Design," the whole point was physical interaction. more
For the past two months of the coronavirus quarantine, Metropolitan Opera House singer Abigail Mitchell has used her small upper Manhattan apartment as a temporary studio space. more
I'd only been watching HBO Max for a few minutes when one thing became abundantly clear: This didn't look like the old HBO. more
The last time director-producer Frank Marshall remembers one of his movie projects being shut down for this long was in 1983, when Harrison Ford suffered a spinal disc herniation. more
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