In no particular order.
In no particular order.
After The Sound of Music Live! brought in massive ratings, the network announced it will repeat the formula next year. NBC, we have some suggestions for you…
Smash’s show-within-a-show-about-theater-shows was performed live. And it made our heads spin in a really good way.
It’s been almost 50 years since Walt Disney released this supercalifragilisticexpialidocious film.
A musical version of the 90s film will get a private showcase reading in London. Here is what we know.
Both stars to make their broadway debut in 2014.
With cast interviews and exclusive vines!
This interactive electropop period piece musical will help cope with the lack of Les Mis in your life.
She doesn’t just play a Disney Princess… she is one, too.
Because beauty and adorableness and Spiderman. Need we say more?
It was the best part of high school, hands down.
The Snow Geese is a new Broadway play that tells the story of an aristocratic family living in a sprawling estate, dealing with the horrors of World War I. No, wait – that’s Downton Abbey. The Snow Geese is the story of an aristocratic family living in a sprawling estate, dealing with the horrors of World War I.
Everyone deserves a second chance.
Besides the fact that Joan Rivers is adorable.
Pretty sure this is how all of us would act if we got to hang out with Tom Hanks, to be honest.
A stage filled with pure imagination.
It needs to happen ASAP.
He totally rocks his Great White Way debut. Here’s 11 reasons why you should see The Glass Menagerie.
You know him from Ugly Betty, but now, Michael Urie is busy playing an underemployed actor who ends up working for the legendary Barbra Streisand in the off-Broadway hit Buyer and Cellar — and answering all of BuzzFeed’s questions!
Selfies never looked so good.
Hollywood’s A-listers are trading in the silver screen for the stage.
BuzzFeed sat down with the cast of the Tennessee Williams Broadway show The Glass Menagerie. Here are some fun things we learned from the talented group.
Cristin Milioti talks with BuzzFeed on how she went from The Sopranos, 30 Rock, and the Broadway musical Once to the most highly prized role in a network comedy in years. And how, along the way, she (almost) made out with Leonardo DiCaprio.
Because I saw you, I have been changed for good.
The Broadway diva belted out her advice for the embattled politician on last night’s Tonight Show
Our prayers have been answered, and the Magic Mike musical is happening. Here’s our wish list. WARNING: Some mildly NSFW thrusting and bare asses ahead.
The lesson here is that you must “stick your dick in a pie if you wanna get on Broadway,” according to Charlie. Sounds about right!
But actually. Growing up as a drama kid gets you ready for anything.
Sometimes all you need is Mike Tyson, a dog, and a good hashtag.