This will be THAT season!
"My mom and dad said, 'No. You don’t need to be playing a slave. There are other things that you can do.'"
Luke Evans on a couch = yes please.
Including far off places, daring sword fights, magic spells, a prince in disguise!
For the first time in Emmy Awards history, all six lead acting categories include nods for people of color.
Broadway's best delivered a powerhouse tribute of "What The World Needs Now Is Love" to benefit the LGBTQ community in Orlando.
Plus Audra McDonald, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, and Jane Krakowski. WHAT MORE COULD YOU WANT?!
Tony nomination or not, these actors delivered some of the best performances of the season.
Streep plays a musician who chose her passion over her family and is still struggling with the fallout.
Make that *renewed* super fan.
You'll DEFINITELY want to be their guest...
Please bow down before your Broadway Queen.
The actress won her sixth Tony for her portayal of Billie Holiday. She also is the first actress to earn a grand-slam by winning awards in every acting category possible.
Give them the old razzle dazzle, indeed.
This will either be the most magical thing or a disaster of epic proportions, so here are a few of our favorite drink(ing moments).
She'll play Mother Abbess in NBC's live The Sound of Music. But there's so much more to see.
Sometimes the only way to articulate the actor's experience is through song. Here are some of the best examples, from classic to contemporary.
In honor of Stephen Sondheim's birthday, here are some of his greatest songs. But really, the list goes on forever.