Because singing your heart out is always better than talking.
The actor is leading the cast of the Sunday in the Park With George revival, which begins performances Feb. 17.
Because La La Land didn’t invent the modern movie musical.
The actor was best known for her starring role on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, which earned 29 Emmy Awards and represented a major step forward for women on TV.
The CW series — which has a female immigrant hero at its center — is even more committed to inclusive stories in its second season.
There was plenty to cry about, but also laugh about in the poignant new HBO documentary about the relationship between the actor-writer and her mother, Debbie Reynolds.
Theater has always been political — now’s the time to lean into that.
From Disney princesses to the end of Idol and those who’ve kept Harry Potter and Star Trek alive, BuzzFeed Entertainment reported on what goes on in the worlds of your faves this past year.
From the man behind one of the biggest earworms of the year, to the woman we all wanted justice for in 2016, to, of course, Chris Pratt.
Yes, there’s a lot of work to be done, but this past year wasn’t all bad.
Nothing heals the soul like live theater.
The Hollywood legend, who acted for nearly 70 years, was taken to the hospital Wednesday after reportedly complaining of breathing problems.
When the world is terrifying, sometimes onscreen scares are the best escape.
And you thought your 2016 was bad.
Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, the songwriters behind the new hit musical Dear Evan Hansen and lyricists of La La Land, are bringing devastating honesty to audiences on the stage and screen.
The president-elect condemned Hamilton for directing a controversial curtain call speech at Mike Pence. But theater artists won’t shy away from letting their voices be heard.
There are plenty of new faces in and out of Stars Hollow, and a lot of them look familiar. (Obviously: SPOILERS!)
The series acknowledged its heteronormativity while adding some actual gays into the mix.
“I will predict now that will not air on network this season,” Warren Leight told BuzzFeed News.
On the surface, TBS’s dark new comedy might look familiar, but Search Party isn’t like anything else on TV.