The cast and crew of BroadHollow's "Curtains" dropped out after a post on the theater's Facebook page tied to the death of George Floyd.
Engeman Theater to remain closed until March
The John W. Engeman Theater in Northport will not reopen until March 2021 with "Sister Act" as its first offering.
'Hamilton's' Thomas Kail to direct 'Fiddler'
Thomas Kail, the Tony-winning director of Broadway's "Hamilton," has been signed by MGM to direct a movie remake of "Fiddler on the Roof."
Stars to come out to support NYC's Public Theater
Meryl Streep, Antonio Banderas, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Alicia Keys and Daniel Craig are just some of the stars expected to attend the June 1 virtual event, called "We Are One Public."
'Smash,' with Steven Spielberg on board, headed to Broadway
A TV show about a Broadway musical is set to become a Broadway musical.
Gateway Playhouse postpones summer season to 2021
The venue has secured the rights to the same shows it was intending to put on this summer, so the full season will still go on, just 364 days later than originally planned.
LI actors offer Broadway lessons and more to you
Two virtual programs, Broadway Plus and Broadway From Home, feature Long Island actors teach kids and adults acting, improv and more.
When LI theaters reopen, what can you expect?
Will you need to wear a face mask? Many plans and precautions are being considered.
Disney closes Broadway musical 'Frozen'
Disney announced that the Broadway musical "Frozen" has officially closed.
Adelphi students, alumni star in virtual drama
"Too Solid Flesh," a virtual drama about the pandemic starring Adelphi students and alumni, will be presented on Zoom May 17 to 24.
'MJ the Musical' rescheduled for next spring
"MJ the Musical," the Broadway show about Michael Jackson which was to open in August, will now premiere in April.