With frequent COVID outbreaks among casts and crews, dozens of performances are being canceled at what's normally a blockbuster time of year.
Currently 12 shows are open in New York's prime theater district. By year-end, there should be 38.
Their success may hinge on attracting new audiences.
Kai Ryssdal speaks with Eva Price outside "Jagged Little Pill's" theater. She hasn't been inside since the pandemic started.
As Broadway eyes reopening, a performer reflects on a year offstage.
Marketplace host Kai Ryssdal spoke with the Tony-winning producer about the future of the theater.
Winning a Tony could mean many more months for a play on the Great White Way.
The holidays are a big time for the entertainment industry, and Broadway is no exception. The week between Christmas and New Year’s Day is by far the biggest week of the year for ticket sales. And already, the trade group The Broadway League says ticket sales over the last month are up 17 percent from the the same […]
The musical about the founding father is still a top draw, but other shows have helped drive record attendance to Broadway theaters. With all the packed houses, show producers pulled in $1.7 billion.