These actors went from the stage to the screen to our hearts.
The Broadway play shows the beauty in second chances.
Terence Blanchard is first Black composer featured in the Met in its its 138-year history. The opera house is performing an adaptation of Fire Shut Up in My Bones, a memoir of writer Charles Blow.
On the heels of the success of "The Lion King," four productions of "Dreamgirls" are slated for Black History Month.
"Because of being labeled a beauty queen, labeled a scandal beauty queen you're put in a box," she said on The Fabulous Invalid podcast.
The home rental brand is helping fans treat themselves to a night in with some of musical theater’s biggest players.
Tony-nominated Ephraim Sykes will now hit the stage as the King of Pop in April of next year.
"Insecure's" star and co-creator shares the inspiration for the show's new character—and we uncover why she's the perfect muse.
With daytime talk shows returning from host's homes, many spring and summer film projects—including Pixar's "Soul" and "Candyman"—move to fall.
"This break has given me so much time to get back to things that I’ve let go," said Phylicia Pearl Mpasi from "The Lion King."
In its revival, starring Blair Underwood and David Alan Grier, the play holds an unflattering mirror to both sides of our divided society.
From playing David Ruffin in "Ain't Too Proud" to now leading next summer's tribute to the King of Pop, the singer-actor steps center stage on Broadway.
Call me a creature of habit because I’m still rocking the end of summer releases from Jidenna and Raphael Saadiq—who was a recent guest on our Yes, Girl! podcast—and absorbing the 1619 Project’s podcast. But there’s some new new I’m loving: Broadway’s debut of Tina: The Tina Turner Musical
The “Soul Train” has officially found it’s conductor in Questlove, and it’s first stop is New York City!
Broadway is breathing new life into the classic group, The Temptations.