Broadway

The new Broadway play "Oslo" chronicles the intrigue behind the secret meetings that led in 1993 to the first agreement between Palestinians and Israelis. Theater critic Howard Shapiro reviews this play this week on In A Broadway Minute, Friday at 8 am and Saturday at 10 am.

The Broadway Event of the season is the much-anticipated revival of Hello, Dolly! with Bette Midler and David Hyde Pierce. Hear Howard Shapiro's review.

Four powerful actors -- Mark Ruffalo, Tony Shalhoub, Jessica Hecht and Danny DeVito -- compose the cast of the Broadway revival of Arthur Miller's The Price, and this weekend, theatre critic Howard Shapiro reviews this revival on "In a Broadway Minute." Tune in Friday 8 am and Saturday 10 am.

Phillipa Soo, who starred in Hamilton as the wife of Alexander Hamilton, is back on Broadway in a new musical called Amelie. Hear theater critic Howard Shapiro's review.

If the old adage is right, and "April showers bring May flowers," we're in for some pretty bad allergic reactions in the upcoming months. To assuage that, we'll begin April with some pleasant music from some of the shows that opened this month including: Follies, Barnum, Steel Pier, Chess, Waitress, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn and more.

The musical Miss Saigon is back on Broadway in revival.

Movie fans know that Hollywood opens its most prestigious films every December, right before the Oscar nomination deadline. The same is true of Broadway — except it happens in the spring, before the Tony nominations come out. This year's is an exceptionally crowded season, with 18 shows — half of them musicals — opening in March and April.

Last season was all about Hamilton. Everyone knew it was going to win the Tony for best musical, but Barry Weissler, who produced Waitress, didn't care.

On fateful September 11, 2001, the little Canadian town of Gander, Newfoundland, was inundated with diverted airplanes carrying thousands of passengers from around the world. What happened that day in Gander is the subject of a new Broadway musical called Come From Away.

Theater critic Howard Shapiro talks about the busy season of new drama and comedy productions on Broadway… 10 new productions of drama and comedy.

This week Howard Shapiro reviews the Broadway revival of THE GLASS MENAGERIE, with Sally Field as Amanda Wingfield in Tennessee Williams' classic. Tune in Friday at 8 am and Saturday at 10 am.

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