‘Cuz there’s nothing like oPUNning night.
The only way to see a Broadway musical for free!
Holla If Ya Hear Me didn’t last long, but these eight would totally stand the test of time. And Leon should be in all of them.
Even if you don’t enjoy musicals, you’re sure to enjoy this.
Watch the If/Then stars record their sweet love ballad exclusively on Buzzfeed.
♫ Give ‘em the old razzle dazzle. ♫
The oddly inert big screen adaptation could be the start of a whole new genre: the musical that doesn’t want to be one.
“I’ve heard it said—” *BAWLS* (Warning: minor spoilers ahead!)
The answer should be “all of them,” but we’ll narrow it down for you based on these questions.
In the last 14 years, the 21st century has already offered some incredible additions to the musical theater pantheon. These are the best new musicals, both on and off-Broadway.
The Public Theater’s Fun Home may be coming to Broadway Spring 2015. Here are some reasons why it definitely should.
The current costars, who got their start together in Rent almost 20 years ago, sing Rent’s most famous song with the cast of their new musical.
Get out of here 9 to 5ers.
“Great Scott!” *Jazz hands*.
It has been tradition for a woman to play Peter on stage since, well forever. Suggestions? We got plenty!
NBC sets Peter Pan as their next major musical, following on the heels of its recent Sound of Music musical. The live production is set to air Dec. 4.
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…
Some trivia about the 1954 Christmas classic (now streaming on Netflix!) starring Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney, and Vera-Ellen.
This interactive electropop period piece musical will help cope with the lack of Les Mis in your life.
These camp classics are best viewed with the right audience. And a lot of booze.
Alison Bechdel’s beloved graphic memoir is finally ready for the stage.
Pull out the jazz hands kids!
From the hilarious to the profound, musicals can teach us all a few things.
The problem is… it’s only running in Japan…
For the third year in a row and fourth time overall, NPH will take the stage for your viewing pleasure. Until then, check out some of his best past performances.
Ever notice how delightfully awkward this movie is?
Smash and Glee aren’t the only TV series that have expressed themselves in song.
This would have been useful to read prior to seeing the film. SPOILERS!