The Best of Broadway 2015: The End of a Groundbreaking Year

Social media, new technology, and culture intake at your fingertips—2015 is definitely not the year for live theatre or Broadway, right? As Emertainment Monthly bids 2015 farewell, we prove the resurrection of theatre in a year that should say otherwise.

Top 10 Musicals/Plays to See This Summer

With the Tony Awards behind us, it’s time to look ahead to what the hottest shows on Broadway are to see this summer. From recent Tony Award winners, to some new musicals and plays for the 2015/2016 season. Emertainment Monthly Stage Section has rounded up the Top 10 Musicals and Plays to see this summer.

How Did Ruthie Ann Miles Pull Off that Surprise Win at the Tony Awards?

One of the most exciting things that can happen at an awards show is an unexpected victory; an underdog emerging victorious at the last minute. This year at the Tony Awards, the victorious underdog was Ruthie Ann Miles, who won the Tony for Best Featured Actress in a Musical for her role as Lady Thiang in The King and I, which also took home the award for Best Musical Revival among others.

Top 10 First Time Tony Award Nominees Worth Rooting For This Year

With the 69th Annual Tony Awards only one day away, Emertainment Monthly has decided to take a look at some of the first-time nominees at this years Tony Award ceremony. From Broadway debuts to Hollywood A-List actors, this is a Tony Award season filled to the brim with first-timers. Take a look at Emertainment Monthly’s Top 15 First Time Tony Award Nominees Worth Rooting For This Year below.

Alison Bechdel’s Drawings Come to Life in ‘Fun Home’

The daughter-father relationship is one not explored nearly enough in musical theater. It’s wonderfully satisfying that Fun Home so thoroughly explores the relationship that, by the end of the evening, it’s unclear who the protagonist is.

Alison Bechdel’s Drawings Come to Life in 'Fun Home'

The daughter-father relationship is one not explored nearly enough in musical theater. It’s wonderfully satisfying that Fun Home so thoroughly explores the relationship that, by the end of the evening, it’s unclear who the protagonist is.