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Lea Michele and Jonathan Groff's Friendship

The former Spring Awakening costars tell PEOPLE about how life has changed since they met over 15 years ago

Like Father, Like Lin

An exclusive interview with Lin-Manuel Miranda and his father before Hamilton hit Broadway.

The Host With the Most

James Corden on hosting the 70th Annual Tonys (as seen in the official Tony Awards Playbill).

Moms on Broadway

Women in theater tell PEOPLE about the realities of raising children in an industry where the show must always go on

Christy Altomare's Wedding

“We wanted to get married as fast as humanly possible,” says Christy Altomare, who wed Chris Crook Sunday at the Lambertville Station in New Jersey

Catching Up with the Backstreet Boys

"We're going to keep making music until the cows come home," Backstreet Boys singer AJ McLean tells PEOPLE

Heidi Blickenstaff Opens Up

Heidi Blickenstaff, who stars in the national tour of Jagged Little Pill, shares her story exclusively with PEOPLE: "Every time I talk about it, it feels like more and more of my burden is lifted"

Maddie Baillio's Transformation

Actress Maddie Baillio chats with PEOPLE about her upcoming projects, new relationship and health and wellness journey, explaining, “It's a really love-filled time in my life”

The Creation of Rent

How do you measure the formation of the phenomenon Rent?

Christy Carlson Romano's Sobriety

“Traditionally, I probably would have gone out and partied and drank and danced the night away, but you’re stuck at home, there’s nothing to do,” Christy Carlson Romano told PEOPLE

Hadestown Magic

"You know theater — anything can happen in any instance," actor T. Oliver Reid tells PEOPLE following his gender-bending performance in Broadway's Hadestown

Bonnie Milligan's Broadway Journey

"Through me, he gets to be on Broadway," Bonnie Milligan tells PEOPLE of her father, who died just days before the actress landed an audition that would lead her back to Broadway — and help her heal

A New Lease

"Failure makes you grow," said Adam Pascal as he returned to the Nederlander anew.

Overcoming Homelessness

Hailee Kaleem Wright, who made her Broadway debut last year and is now starring in the musical SIX, tells PEOPLE about overcoming homelessness — twice

Wall Street to Wicked

From Wall Street to Wicked, how Jessica Vosk risked it all for the dream.

Robyn Hurder's Private Pain

Robyn Hurder, Tony-nominated for Moulin Rouge!, left the show when she learned she was pregnant; she tells PEOPLE about rebuilding — and returning to Broadway — following a devastating loss

Jessica Phillips' Coming Out

“My relationship to myself — with myself — has been a decade in the making,” Broadway actress Jessica Phillips tells PEOPLE, talking publicly for the first time about her sexual identity

A Reawakening

From teen superstardom to "the worst place" in her life, Brandy looked to Broadway for a much-needed reawakening.

First Lady Feud

Why Melania Trump and Michelle Obama went head-to-head.

LuAnn: How I Stay Sober!

An exclusive interview with Luann de Lesseps on her sobriety.

"My If/Then Moment"

LaChanze recounted the divine intervention that led her to the 9/11 Memorial.

Jennifer Aniston: Starting Over

With two failed marriages behind her, Jennifer Aniston is starting over at 50... and happier than ever.

Scientology Under Siege

Leah Remini joins forces with a political campaign that threatens the power of Scientology.

"It Was My Salvation"

"It was my salvation," said Idina Menzel on a career-defining year.

Why the World Needed Hairspray On TV

As a new administration took shape, the cast of Hairspray prepared to change the minds of viewers across the United States.

The Rise of Riedel

Sharp-tongued NY Post columnist Michael Riedel on feuds, fairness and why he's not hot for Hamilton.

Ariana Breaks Free

Inside the singer's first performance after ending her engagement to Pete Davidson.

One "Step" at a Time

One-legged tap dancer Evan Ruggiero on fighting cancer one "step" at a time.

Their Toughest Battle: Cancer

At one time in their lives, Ken Watanabe and Ashley Park both fought the same fight: leukemia.

Demi Lovato: Healthier Than Ever

Following a frightening overdose, Demi Lovato has a newfound confidence... and it's showing!

We Are Family

Same-sex couples take pride in being parents.

A Show from Every "No"

Laura Osnes turned lemons into lemonade with the help of a binder in her closet called “Learned for Auditions.”

Sincerely, Ben

Though he played a boy, Ben Platt graduated to Broadway's most sought-after leading man.

Two Brothers, Two Broadway Shows

Your eyes didn’t deceive you—those were twin brothers performing with Hamilton and Fiddler at the Tony Awards.

Ariana DeBose's Rise to Stardom

After Hamilton, Ariana DeBose broke out of the Broadway ensemble.

Wishes Come True, Not Free

Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt, James Corden and Anna Kendrick talk exclusively about Into the Woods.

The Language of Silence

The language of silence—how deaf and hearing actors communicate in Spring Awakening.

A Voice For Her Community

Before starring on Pose, transgender actress MJ Rodriguez opened up about her journey.

Angie Asks Out Keanu

Angelina Jolie is testing the waters with longtime crush Keanu Reeves. And she's making sure the plans are perfect!

Dreams Come True

Miss Saigon star Alistair Brammer bares his soul (and much more!) for Broadway Style Guide.

A Walk In the Park

Much like in Sylvia, I take Annaleigh Ashford for a stroll in Central Park.

Kathy Deitch Fights Back

“Heavy character actresses” need not apply? Women get real on casting.

“This Is Who I Am”

With 40 minutes until curtain, Betsy Wolfe invited the Dressing Room Project in to reveal secret ingredients to her success.

Life Behind The Curtain

Direct from the pages of the 2016 Tony Awards Playbill, here are the stories of 21 people who make Broadway happen.

Remembering Luke Perry

Friends and family were devastated by the loss of Hollywood icon Luke Perry.

Express Your Selfie

What does your go-to selfie mean about you?

Broadway Is Using Its Voice

Through art and activism, actors of color are standing up to say that Black Lives Matter.

Dating and Debating

What did the gay rights movement fight for? That’s the topic debated in Off-Broadway’s Homos, Or Everyone in America.

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