Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s outrageous and strangely heartwarming musical about two Mormon missionaries sent to spread their faith in a destitute Ugandan village swept the 2011 Tonys and, since then, has been a Broadway blockbuster. While Parker and Stone made their reputation with a combo of off-color humor and intelligent satire on the Emmy-winning South Park, their Broadway debut teams them up with some serious musical collaborators; co-director Casey Nicholaw, known for The Drowsy Chaperone and Aladdin, and co-composer Robert Lopez, who made the music for Avenue Q and went on to pen tunes for a little Disney movie called Frozen.
Hamilton comes out victorious on Broadway’s biggest night.
Head uptown to see the real-life spots where the founding father left his mark long before the Broadway show.
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Spring means a variety of new shows opening on Broadway.
Don't miss NYC megahits like Chicago, The Book of Mormon and Wicked on Broadway.
Surprising tricks of historical restoration, lavish costumes and even ghosts await at Broadway's oldest theater.
Everyone from Harry Houdini to George Burns and Gracie Allen has taken the stage at this theater, which was built in 1913 and is known for its rich tradition of housing vaudeville shows.
Before there was Drew Barrymore, there were her notorious acting ancestors—Ethel and John—who were as famous for their acting skills as they were for their battles with various addictions.
Originally known as the Mansfield Theatre in 1926, this 1,069-seat theater was renamed in 1960 after famed New York Times drama critic Brooks Atkinson.
The Nederlander Theatre has seen almost 90 years of performances, from Shakespeare to Edward Albee.
Just over 100 years old, this classic Times Square–area theater is notable for its architectural and artistic legacy as well as for the many important Broadway shows that have been staged here.
Formerly known as the Little Theatre, this Theatre District stalwart was renamed in 1983 for legendary actress Helen Hayes, who is often called the “First Lady of the American Theater,” after having acted for nearly 70 years and being one of only nine people to have won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony Award.
The Lyric Theatre—formerly Foxwoods Theatre—is a unique venue with multiple spaces that can accommodate anywhere from 20 to 1,900 people.
What do actors Debra Messing, Billy Crudup, Michael C.
Second Stage Theatre gives new life to contemporary American plays through "second stagings"; provides emerging authors with their Off-Broadway debuts and produces world premieres by America's most-respected playwrights.
Formerly known as the Best Buy Theater, the PlayStation Theater contributes a little more hustle and bustle to Times Square, bringing your favorite music acts to the heart of the action.