Famed Broadway lyricist and songwriter Stephen Sondheim died Friday at his home in Roxbury, Conn., his attorney confirmed. He was 91.
"Dirty Jobs" star and occasional opera singer Mike Rowe has recorded a holiday song with country music artists John Rich and The Oak Ridge Boys.
Andrea McArdle -- who played the titular orphan in the original 1977 Broadway production of "Annie" -- has dropped out of NBC's upcoming live broadcast of the musical.
Actress and Food Network personality Valerie Bertinelli has filed court documents to legally separate from financial adviser and entrepreneur Tom Vitale, her husband of 10 years.
The 95th Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade took place in New York City Thursday, attracting thousands of spectators who lined the streets to catch a glimpse of their favorite music and theater stars, as well as gigantic character balloons and themed floats.
Authorities arrested a Broadway actor who allegedly marched on the U.S. Capitol with the Oath Keepers on Jan. 6 after identifying him by a Michael Jackson tour jacket he was wearing at the time of the riots.
The Recording Academy announced on Tuesday the nominees for the 64th annual Grammy Awards with Olivia Rodrigo, Billie Eilish, Kanye West, and more receiving nominations.
"Dancing With The Stars" judge and Utah native Derek Hough missed the finale of the show Monday night after his COVID-19 diagnosis last week.
An arbitrator ordered actor Kevin Spacey to pay nearly $31 million to the studio that developed Netflix's "House of Cards" after he was fired from the show following multiple allegations of sexual misconduct, court filings revealed Monday.
Peter Aykroyd, a former "Saturday Night Live" featured player/writer and the younger brother of comedy legend Dan Aykroyd, has died at the age of 66, the sketch-comedy show announced.