We chat with the Emmy Award-winning Executive Producer of FRIENDS about his career and directing theater for the screen.
As we prepare to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Phantom of the Opera, a look at the premiere and what it meant for musical theater.
Broadway shows aren't always cheery. We've collected the best horror musicals and plays to binge on your Halloween night.
Are there enough roles for women in theater? Have women been treated fairly on and off the stage? Rob Seitelman discusses.
Learn more about The Gabriels, a three-part play cycle from award-winning writer and director, Richard Nelson. The final play was written and performed in real-time the day after the 2016 election results.
Touring productions brought Broadway to the masses. Take a look at the history of national tours, and find out how technology like BroadwayHD is increasing accessibility to theater.
BroadwayHD is thrilled to add Stratford Festival's Antony and Cleopatra, King John, and King Lear to its already-extensive Shakespearean catalog.
Jason Mraz joining Waitress is big news for the Broadway community, but he's not the first pop star to hit the stage.
Not paying for production rights is nothing new nor uncommon. Let’s take a brief look at how to properly attain production rights for shows.
In an excerpt from an NEA interview, Holland waxes poetic on the process of creating Ann and what it's like to be an artist.
Looking for a theatrical destination this summer? Head to some of these festivals all around the US.