I dare you to stay still. BuzzFeed premieres the Genie's showstopper, plus a new Aladdin and Jasmine duet, "A Million Miles Away," from the Original Broadway Cast Recording of Aladdin.
Instead of all of the tears, you could have had... narco-terrorists! Spoiler alerts, obviously.
A few years ago it seemed Tony couldn't get enough of the TV and film actors who headed to the stage. This year, not so much.
A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder leads with 10. Jonathan Groff and Lucy Liu announced the contenders for the 68th annual awards.
Can you get no love from me?
They both take place in D.C. and involve the government, but those aren't the only things Olivia Pope & Associates and the CIA have in common.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire tops the night with three awards.
The current costars, who got their start together in Rent almost 20 years ago, sing Rent's most famous song with the cast of their new musical.
Adele Dazeem, aka Idina Menzel, is returning to Broadway tomorrow in If/Then. A Playbill insert made the rounds today Travolta-fying Menzel's credits, but a rep for the show confirms it's not real.
The Broadway star behind Elsa belts the movie's most famous song. It's the tune that launched a thousand covers, and this performance will probably launch a thousand more.
Matt Damon was "the garbage man who didn't bring his glasses," but these folks — especially the men — sure got the memo.
More books are being published than ever before — how can you possibly decide what to read? Here are a few we loved in 2013.
After The Sound of Music Live! brought in massive ratings, the network announced it will repeat the formula next year. NBC, we have some suggestions for you...
Smash's show-within-a-show-about-theater-shows was performed live. And it made our heads spin in a really good way.
The show within a show on NBC's ill-fated Broadway drama Smash is stepping out of TV and onto the stage for three sold-out engagements in New York. Here are the six things you need to know.
Here are the year's catchiest, most addictive tunes from both pop's biggest icons and the superstars of tomorrow.
The brand joined hordes of musical theater fans in reacting to the telecast starring Carrie Underwood. "You are 16, going on 17, and I assume you'd like pizza for your birthday dinner."
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).
As told by the characters of Scandal. And if you didn't watch last night, go get in the hole.
Turtlenecks are all around us in this movie. I feel it in my fingers, I feel it in my toes.