In-flight entertainment doesn’t get better than this.
And it was built to withstand an avalanche.
The production will tell Cher's life story using some of her greatest hits.
Stars like Kevin Kline, Meryl Streep, and Denzel Washington have performed in past productions.
New Yorkers want to cut loose. Footloose.
Even with sunny beaches and backyard barbecues on your summer agenda, there’s still time for a short trip based around an evening of live theater. Finding a show in a new locale is easy with so many to choose from throughout the country. In small towns and big cities, musicals, dramas, and revivals await your visit. The venues themselves are part of the attraction, with everything from historic, over-the-top opulent theaters to quaint local playhouses. Exploring the area, finding a great restaurant, and enjoying a play make a perfect day that will leave you humming show tunes until bedtime. Ticket prices vary, with many available directly from theaters and others through convenient online vendors. So, browse the list, check flights or maps, and make some plans to be in the audience this summer.
Oh. My. God.
Eclectic/Encore contains more than 1 million props in a discreet Long Island City warehouse.
Disney Not Likely to Create Live Stage Adaptation of Tim Burton's 'Nightmare Before Christmas'
Despite an unauthorized fan video that has gone viral, it seems Disney isn't biting. Yet.
Hamilton is the hardest ticket to get on Broadway this season, but it's easy to visit the Founding Father's Harlem homestead.
A look at the mysterious Gypsy Robe ceremony.
Aaron Sorkin will adapt the novel for the stage.
The musical is non-stop.
You, like every other theatrically-inclined NYC tourist and resident, are dying to see Hamilton, the new musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda that has drawn in what feels like the entire world. But unless you’ve got money to burn (rear mezzanine side seats for Wednesday matinees are on StubHub for around $400), a lucky streak (10 people win a pair of tickets in the pre-show lottery), or an incredible amount of patience (there are still tickets available for next July!), the forecast doesn’t look good. Luckily, the Tri-State Area is a dejected Hamilton fan’s paradise, with a bevy of historic sites referenced in the show and once frequented by the Revolution’s key players. Cue up the cast recording, ready your vocal cords, and follow our slideshow to heal your heart with Hamiltunes.
George Takei brings his personal experience as a Japanese-American to "Allegiance," a new Broadway play tracking the Asian-American lifestyle during World War II America.
Miss that hit Broadway show? No problem—watch it from the comfort of home.
Welcome back to The Friday Download, T+L’s weekly roundup of articles, music, and internet culture that promise to carry you through the weekend, whether your itinerary is jam-packed with travel or you’re staying put, staycation style. This week: explore Hemingway’s Michigan, add a little ballet to your Instagram feed, and more.