Amy Adams, best known for movies such as Arrival, The Fighter, The Master, American Hustle and Vice, will portray Cynthia Murphy, mother of the characters Connor and Zoe Murphy.
Tony Awards to go digital for shortened Broadway season; eligibility criteria will be announced soon
Tony Award Productions said Friday that the celebration of live theatre will be digital but offered no date or streaming platform.
Nick Cordero passed away on 5 July, after spending more than 90 days in a hospital battling the coronavirus
Hamilton employs colourblind casting, but that only does disservice to the idea of true representation
The trouble of a colourblind production might not be the casting itself but the fact that the casting may still erase the reimagined characters’ identities
Sara Bareilles and Jessie Nelson have co-created Little Voice for Apple TV+
The Hamilton musical is a bona fide cultural phenomenon. Why the Hamilton film feels even more zeitgeisty
The Hamilton film, as creator Lin-Manuel Miranda points out, is “a reminder, when live theatre isn't going to be back for a long time, of just how vital live theatre can be”.
Hamilton release boosts Disney+ download in US; data says app was downloaded more than half a million times
Disney+ mobile app was downloaded 513,323 times globally and 266,084 times in the US, according to data from research firm Apptopia.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Broadway star Nick Cordero dies in Los Angeles at 41 due to medical complications
Nick Cordero died Sunday after more than 90 days in the hospital, according to his wife, Amanda Kloots.
Hamilton movie review: Film adaptation of the iconic Broadway on Disney+ boasts of rich archival value
The audience on Disney+ Hotstar get beyond "the best seat in the house" through the agile cinematography that documents Hamilton.
Lin-Manuel Miranda weighs on Hamilton release on Disney+, and Donald Trump's criticism of Broadway show
Hamilton is a Broadway musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda, which talks about American history and identity, slavery and immigration.
Thirty-one Broadway shows were in production when the shutdown began. Those that come back are expected to resume over a series of rolling dates in early 2021, the Broadway League said in a statement.
Broadway stories from Bengal: Sujoy Prosad Chatterjee's new documentary, Spotlight, explores the vibrant theatre culture of Kolkata
Public theatre used to be an all-inclusive entertainment and cultural space for those not just in the city but also those in the hinterlands, says Chatterjee, recalling the spirited theatrical tradition of northern Kolkata.
Why Hamilton, film adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda's popular Broadway show, is directly coming to Disney+
The film adaptation of Hamilton was acquired by Disney and originally slated for a 2021 release — till coronavirus happened.
Gaumont's UK unit is working with writer Anthony Horowitz on the six-episode series of The Phantom of the Opera.
Ian Holm passes away: Veteran film and stage actor discovered new depths of compassion in the most unlikely characters
A character actor who eventually played leading roles, Ian Holm had a kind of magical malleability, with a range that went from the sweet-tempered to the psychotic.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Broadway star Nick Cordero wakes up from coma over a month after leg amputation
Nick Cordero entered intensive care on 31 March after contracting the coronavirus.
Rosaling Elias went on to sing 687 performances of 54 roles at the Met over 42 years, plus performances of Verdi’s Requiem that followed the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Broadway actor Nick Cordero faces leg amputation due to COVID-19 complications
Nick Cordero was entered intensive care on 31 March and has been has been on a ventilator and unconscious after contracting the coronavirus.
Cats review round-up: Tom Hooper's musical adaptation is a 'robust effort' but as much 'an endurance test'
Tom Hopper's Cats has transformed his ensemble cast into feline counterparts with 'digital fur technology,' which left many viewers 'terrified and confused.'
Bruce Springsteen and Aristotle: Exploring two lives well lived through the lens of virtues, friendships
More than anyone else, MacIntyre has revived the idea that good lives require virtues that were central to Aristotle: wisdom, self-control, justice and courage – as well as the Christian virtues of faith, hope and charity