Glenn Close, Bette Midler, and Other Women Are Dominating Broadway Box Offices

With just a few short weeks until the April 27 Tony Awards deadline, women are breaking Broadway records and taking its box offices by storm. Read More »

Hamilton Acknowledges and Honors International Women's Day By Donating Night's Salary

Broadway's "Hamilton" cast honored International Women's Day by donating their salaries from Wednesday night's performance to Dress for Success, a global charity that supports women entering the workforce. Read More »

Twitter Is Excited About "Anastasia" Moving to Broadway, And So Are We

If you've never seen the classic 1997 film, "Anastasia" tells the story of the last surviving child of the Russian royal family who joins two con men to help her reunite with her grandmother, the Empress. Read More »

How Broadway Breaks Down the Racial Barriers That Hollywood Hasn't

This year on Broadway, a group of black women fought the odds and had their voices heard and stories told on some of the most famous stages in the country. Which is frustrating, because we are talking about America in the year 2016. Read More »

The New Broadway Musical That's Making History for Women

An upcoming Broadway musical will make history for women. The musical "Waitress" will become the first musical on Broadway to have an all-female creative team. Read More »

Advanced Style: 14 Times Elaine Stritch Rocked the Red Carpet

Actress Elaine Stritch called herself “the wildest broad in New York,” and she played the part with aplomb. Read More »