What children can learn from Broadway’s winners (and losers.)
When we buy stuff with cash and even save money in the bank, these United States systems have Alexander Hamilton to thank.
Field Trip of a Lifetime: Thousands of New York City students are set to experience “Hamilton,” the year’s hottest Broadway ticket.
Alex Yarde & his munchkins marveled at NBC’s revival of The Wiz.
Homegrown talent, like The Roots and The Trammps, honored during Philadelphia tradition.
At 77, George Takei is still raising awareness…and eyebrows.
Live Out Loud’s Homecoming Project sends happy and successful LGBT adults back to their hometown high schools to share their knowledge, experience, and life lessons with the current student body.
While you chewed your Betty Rubble vitamin, what else happened in 1996?
Christian Clifton wonders why it is so strange for a man to enjoy musicals and wants more guys to be willing to embrace them.
“Like in the Russian curse” Poem by Anna Halberstadt
One of New York’s most hilarious, tongue-in-cheek puppet shows makes its way to the Great White North.
They say the best thing for a family with children is a stable schedule and routine. But what to do when one parent is an actor?
A fantastic collection of talents brings a compelling family drama to the Broadway stage.
Robert Levithan thought he was headed for his deathbed, but 15 years later he’s still cherishing life.
“Priscilla Queen of the Desert” is a Good Men Project Magazine kind of story, says Tom Matlack.
Facing protests, Broadway production “The Scottsboro Boys” will close this Sunday. Tom Matlack argues that the show was misunderstood.