Broadway’s Biggest Bombs

When Max Bialystock and Leo Bloom of the hit Broadway show “The Producers” planned their latest production, they expected it would be a flop, and they would earn their big payday by collecting more investments than opening night would cost to produce, leaving behind

Community Theatre Keeps Broadway Classics Alive

When it comes time for a community theater group to choose its next season, the options are seemingly endless. Comedies, door-slamming farces, musicals, mysteries and dramas are all audience-approved choices, and without an audience, many community theater organizations find themselves faced with tough decisions

Most Memorable Music Born on Broadway

Broadway has brought us some unforgettable moments over the decades, especially so through stellar songs that not only stand the test of time, but also have developed a familiarity with almost everyone who hears them. Many, however, may not know the exact roots of

The Most Coveted Roles on Broadway

There’s nothing that incites an actor’s creative spirit more than roles that allow them to shape-shift like a chameleon, stretching their own personas through pure transformation. On Broadway right now, there are myriad roles that allow actors to undergo just such a metamorphosis, and

The 7 Best Documentaries About Broadway

When the lights go up on Times Square and Broadway comes back to life for another night, it’s nothing short of magic. Here, under the soft glow of stage lights, audiences are transported to a different place, allowing them to explore the unknown or