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Cort Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
138 West 48th St.
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by Caryn Robbins - Oct 1, 2013
Sandra Bullock stopped by NBC's TODAY this morning to chat about her upcoming film GRAVITY co-starring George Clooney.
by Aaron Wallace - Nov 28, 2018
Among the topics we tackle beside the waterfall: what it's like to write a modern Christmas song in these politically divisive times, the thing that gets her choked up on stage, and the Broadway shows she's into these days… AMY GRANT'S TENNESSEE CHRISTMAS premieres on The Hallmark Channel December 3, 2018...
by Taylor Long - Nov 17, 2017
A lesson in what not to say at a dinner party, Mirvish's presentation of Ayad Akhtar's DISGRACED is tense and unsettling. Originally a production from the Hope and Hell Theatre Company, director Robert Ross Parker discusses the play as having 'the power to make us uncomfortable.' Certainly true. As the play dove into controversial discussions of identity politics, gasps were audible all around.
by Céline Bossart - Mar 9, 2016
Food + Wine contributor Celine Bossart names Sel Rrose as Broadway World's Bar of the Week
by BWW News Desk - Mar 28, 2017
New Conservatory Theatre Center Founder & Artistic Director Ed Decker announced the line-up for NCTC's 2017-18 subscription season last night at NCTC's annual Season Announcement Party for subscribers, donors and artists.
by Tyler Peterson - Mar 20, 2015
Lakewood Theatre Company will begin its 63rd season with six productions on its Mainstage and three productions on its Side Door stage beginning July 10, 2015.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 20, 2015
Lakewood's production of Unnecessary Farce, directed by Michael Snider, opens Friday, July 10 and continues until August 16. BroadwayWorld has a sneak peek at the cast below!
by Robert Encila-Celdran - Jul 31, 2018
A prolific dramatist, Tennessee Williams proved most succinct in declaring an ironic dictum: A play does not exist until it's on the stage.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 10, 2015
Lakewood's production of Unnecessary Farce, directed by Michael Snider, opens tonight, July 10 and continues until August 16. BroadwayWorld has a sneak peek at the cast below!
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 4, 2018
In March, New Conservatory Theatre Center presents the regional premiere of Terrence McNally's It's Only a Play, in a newly revised version which marks McNally's eleventh production at NCTC. It's opening night of Peter Austin's new Broadway play, and while at the producer's penthouse for a lavish party, he anxiously awaits the play's reviews. With his career on the line and celebrities pouring in downstairs, he huddles upstairs with the producer, director and star of the show. This gleefully bitchy and affectionate (Entertainment Weekly) love letter to the theatre is the perfect setup for backstabbing comedy.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 23, 2016
From that came INLAND EMPRESS, a world premiere drama produced by Mutant Collective and running tonight, January 23, through February 28 at the Lounge Theatre 2 on Santa Monica in the heart of Theatre Row.
by Tyler Peterson - Jan 20, 2016
Playwright Tom Cavanaugh still doesn't know what happened to his friend in 2011, whether she was murdered or committed suicide. The mysterious events led him to first write and later visit his deceased friend's mother, who was serving time in prison. Like Cavanaugh's friend before her untimely death, her mother shared stories of the complexities of life in the Inland Empire.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 28, 2015
From that came INLAND EMPRESS, a world premiere drama produced by Mutant Collective and running January 23-February 28 at the Lounge Theatre 2 on Santa Monica in the heart of Theatre Row.
by Robert Diamond - Dec 10, 2009
The Washington Post is reporting that actor Gene Barry has died at age 90 in his Woodland Hills, California home today.
by Student Blogger: Breanna Ebisch - Apr 26, 2021
In recent years, several Broadway shows have opened that are interesting adaptations of well known books and pieces of literature. Some of the most popular are Wicked, To Kill A Mockingbird and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child which have each amazed thousands of audience members in their own ways. But while looking ahead to the return of Broadway, it's fun to wonder about the other potential adaptations of books that could take the stage.