5 Things to Do This Weekend
Interactive, Yesterday

A selection of entertainment highlights this weekend, including the Pixar sequel “Inside Out 2.”

Tony Predictions: Expect Wins for ‘Merrily We Roll Along’ and ‘Stereophonic’
Culture, Yesterday

Our reporter surveyed a quarter of Tony voters before Sunday’s ceremony. One certainty: Sondheim’s onetime flop seems destined for redemption.

Listen to the Best Tracks From 8 Tony-Nominated Shows
Weekend, June 13

“Hell’s Kitchen,” “Stereophonic” and others are up for top prizes at Sunday’s ceremony. Our critic takes stock of their cast albums, all available now.

The Writer Behind the Most-Nominated Play in Broadway History
Podcasts, June 13

David Adjmi discusses “Stereophonic.”

43 Tony Nominees and the Shows That Shaped Them
Arts & Leisure, June 13

The Tony Awards are Sunday. Each year we photograph nominated performers and talk to them about their craft. This time, we asked about early theater memories.

At Home With - Brian d’Arcy James
Interactive, June 12

Where the Tony nominee takes refuge: a “sweet little house” on five bosky acres in Connecticut.

Jessica Lange and Paula Vogel on Breaking, and Keeping, the Family Contract
Culture, June 12

In the Tony-nominated “Mother Play,” the writer conjures warm memories and thorny ones, not to judge her mother, but to understand — and to forgive.

All in the Details: Tony-Nominated Set Designers on Getting It Right
Weekend, June 12

For this year’s nominees, some of their most rewarding — and realistic — work was in the smaller details.

Covering Broadway’s Bustling Week on a Deadline
Insider, May 19

What’s it like to attend twelve productions in nine days? Michael Paulson, the Times theater reporter, shared his sprint around Midtown Manhattan.

Bebe Neuwirth on the Part of a Stage That Feels Like Home
Arts & Leisure, May 18

“I love older theaters in particular,” said the actress, who is up for her third Tony for “Cabaret.” “The new ones don’t have as many ghosts.”

‘A Strange Loop’ Wins Best Musical as Tonys Celebrate Broadway’s Return
Culture, June 13

“The Lehman Trilogy” won best play, “Company” won best musical revival and “Take Me Out” won best revival of a play at the 75th Tony Awards.

The Twisting Trail to the Tonys: ‘Can You Believe That We’re Here?’
Arts & Leisure, May 18

At times it felt like a game of survival. But during a Broadway season unlike any other, productions showed their resourcefulness while learning how to live with Covid.

Most Broadway theaters have ended vaccination checks as coronavirus cases are rising.
Culture, May 9