Warner Bros. has won the bidding war over several other studios for the movie version of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical “In the Heights,” which won the 2008 Tony Award for best musical. The project had been set up at the Weinstein Company in 2016 but was extricated from TWC last fall after the Harvey Weinstein sexual […]
'Hamilton' touring cast visit George H.W. Bush for special performance in his office
The song, a soaring fusion of "The Story of Tonight" from "Hamilton" and "You Will Be Found" from "Dear Evan Hansen," is dedicated to the student organizers of March for Our Lives.
"Hamilton" has become the most-nominated production in the history of the Olivier Awards, Britain’s equivalent of the Tonys. Lin-Manuel Miranda’s groundbreaking musical about American founding father Alexander Hamilton landed 13 nominations.
Lin-Manuel Miranda surprised a lucky fan when he dropped by "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon." The Tony Award winner made up a song about the fan, Hamilton-style!
On "Dancing With The Stars," "Hamilton" star Jordan Fisher blew away the audience and the judges with his loving tribute to his adoptive parents, Rodney and Pat.
A Hamilton-inspired Black-ish suggested it would be better to replace the increasingly maligned Columbus Day with a new national holiday on June 19, Juneteenth.
After being paralyzed for 10 years, Paralympian Victoria Arlen blew everyone away with an inspirational performance on "Dancing With the Stars."
Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard became theater critics for a night. Taking a hot minute off from promoting CHIPS on the East Coast, the acting pair scored tickets to the perennially hard to access Hamilton. “Mommy and Daddy’s night out!!!!” the mom of two captioned the first of two videos.
On BET’s "Love & Happiness: An Obama Celebration" stars Leslie Odom Jr., Samuel L. Jackson, and Bradley Cooper — along with musical guests — praise Obama.
On "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert," Stephen’s monologue was interrupted by an adorable girl dressed like a little street urchin “too scared to vote.”
Among the timely topics raised at the TV Critics Association session with PBS president and CEO Paula Kerger on Thursday was the announcement that "Sesame Street" is booting some of its most senior human cast members.
June has been a big month for Broadway. Hamilton, that amazing musical you’ll never get tickets to, just cleaned up at the Tony Awards. And, it was announced that Wicked, the novel that was adapted into a billion dollar musical, will be adapted for film.
As if scoring Hamilton tickets wasn't impossible already, the Broadway hit's creator and star will soon be taking his final bow.
You know that ad for Inside Amy Schumer in which the comedian says she’s coming back with a fresh batch of episodes even though she might be over-exposed? (“Gotta follow my heart—expose myself” she says to her doctor.) Well, to judge from the first two episodes of the new season that starts Thursday night on Comedy Central, she may be more correct than funny in that idea. The opening half-hour finds Amy going to her gynecologist’s office only to be met with a group of Congressmen who want to preside over her health care and act disgusted at the mention of sex or tampons.
In a preview sketch for the upcoming season of Inside Amy Schumer, Amy Schumer pitches a hip-hopera to Lin Manuel Miranda, creator of Hamilton the musical.