Jenny Singer evaluates the planned expansion of Disney's "Frozen" franchise, and what it might mean for the changing role of women on Broadway.
Columnist Jenny Singer gives you a rundown of the best Broadway deals.
Columnist Jenny Singer talks about how Internet rage over NBC's “The Sound of Music Live!” was undeserved.
"Women of Will: The Overview" is the most recent iteration of a project creator Tina Packer has been working on for several years.
Columbia grad Tony Kushner, screenwriter of the Oscar-nominated Lincoln, recently participated in a movie screening and talk at the New York Historical Society.
A strong musical incarnation of the Kirsten Dunst classic flips over Broadway.
With backstage tours, anyone and everyone can see the nooks and crannies of one of New York's most famous venues.
Move over, Hungarian, there's a new girl on Amsterdam- and she's French. New bakery La Toulousaine offers authentic, delicious fare for francophiles and passerby alike.
"Sex and the City" star and Barnard '88 alum Cynthia Nixon takes on the evocative, moving role of a poetry professor diagnosed with cancer.
Cynthia Nixon, BC '88 and star of "Sex and the City," takes on a new role as a professor facing cancer in Lynne Meadow's new Broadway production of 'Wit' at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre.
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