When did"the crucible"open on broadway?

Answer Arthur Miller's "The Crucible" debuted on Jan. 22, 1953 at the Martin Beck Theatre in New York City. After a bumpy start, the play set in 1692 Massachusetts went on to win the Tony Award for "Best ... Read More »

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How did Broadway get its name?

Broadway refers to the highest level of live theater in the United States. It is named after the avenue in New York City that runs through the center of the theater district.RouteBroadway follows a... Read More »

How to Become a Broadway Actor?

So you want to get on Broadway eh? Well it's not easy! It takes hard work, dedication, and experience. You have to have patience and dedication, and really commit.

What is a broadway theatre?

Throughout history, the style of theatre stages have been adapted to house the many requirements of the play to be performed. The main objects on stage are the set pieces and actors, which must be... Read More »