The 2011-2012 Broadway season has officially ended, the Tony nominations have been announced, and our man on the New York theater scene has now seen every show. Here’s a look at his quick and queer-skewed impressions of the busy season’s complete offerings — thriving and shuttered, honored and snubbed.
Ricky Martin performs "High Flying Adored," one the songs his Evita character Che uses to mock Argentinean first lady Eva Peron, live in New York's Times Square this morning during an appearance on ABC's Good Morning America.
It may be time to revisit Avenue Q, the irreverently funny, 10-year-old send up of 'Sesame Street.'
The Broadway revival of Edward Albee's scathing emotional play also has a love story that you might have missed.
Priscilla stage star Don Gallagher and investment analyst Peter Lawrence are battling over a financial settlement after ending their U.K. civil partnership, reportedly the first such dispute.
Tonight is your chance to hear the best of Broadway sung with you in mind at the annual Broadway Backwards event.