Rival New York City gangs affect the love of a young man and woman from each side. Oscars for best picture, directors Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins; supporting Oscars for George Chakiris and Rita Moreno.
Broadway is back! This month, iconic hit musicals like The Lion King, Moulin Rouge, Hamilton, and Wicked are taking to the stage in a massive Broadway revival! But not all of us can make it to NYC right away, so here are a few ways to experience musical joy in the meantime.
We're pretty excited about the upcoming movie version of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s first Broadway hit In the Heights. And have you heard that Stephen Spielberg is updating West Side Story? It got us thinking about some of our favorite movie musicals.
On this date in 1595, Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet was first performed (not officially published until 1597). Although the renowned tragedy was by no means the first literary story of doomed love, it coined the phrase "star-cross'd lovers" and continues to inspire heartbreaking sagas even today.