Mike Boland, Justin Fuller, Stephen Plunkett, Bill Heck, Annalee Jefferies, Hallie Foote and Jenny Dare Paulin
Academy Award winner Christopher Walken returned to Broadway for the first time in 10 years with Martin McDonagh's A Behanding in Spokane.
The final fundraising amount is revealed
City Center Encores! offered three productions: Harold Rome's Fanny in February, Stephen Sondheim's Anyone Can Whistle in April and Jule Styne, Betty Comden and Adolph Green's Bells Are Ringing in November.
Stephen Sondheim and the cast of Sondheim: The Birthday Concert
Acting great Lynn Redgrave passed away May 2
Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey's musical Next to Normal won the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. It was the first musical to win the award since Rent in 1996 and only the third musical to win since 1980.
Sondheim in London: An outdoor staging of Into the Woods played the Regent's Open Air Theatre during the summer, and the Donmar Warehouse presented a fresh production of Passion.
The FOX comedy "Glee," packed with pop songs and show music, continued to draw starry guests and dominate in the ratings. A European concert tour featuring the cast is planned.
Sean Hayes hosted the 2010 Tony Awards
John Logan's Red won the Tony for Best Play, and August Wilson's Fences won for Best Revival of a Play.
Memphis was named Best Musical. La Cage aux Folles won the Tony for Best Revival of a Musical.
Film stars Denzel Washington, Viola Davis, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Scarlett Johansson took home Tony Awards for their performances in Fences, A Little Night Music and A View From the Bridge, respectively.
Legendary leading ladies Bernadette Peters and Elaine Stritch joined the Broadway cast of A Little Night Music July 13. They replaced Catherine Zeta-Jones and Angela Lansbury, respectively.
Eric Schneider (center) and cast
Jason Danieley and Marin Mazzie
Tracie Thoms as Joanne, Nicole Scherzinger as Maureen, Skylar Astin as Mark, Aaron Tveit as Roger, Vanessa Hudgens as Mimi and Wayne Brady as Tom Collins
Kelli O'Hara and Paulo Szot
Stephen Sondheim was honored with the unveiling of his namesake theatre. The former Henry Miller's Theatre was officially unveiled as the Stephen Sondheim Theatre with a Sept. 15 ceremony.
"High School Musical" star Corbin Bleu and "American Idol" winner Jordin Sparks both joined the cast of In the Heights for limited engagements.
Billy Porter, Robin Weigert and Christian Borle
Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson and The Scottsboro Boys, both hits Off-Broadway, moved to Broadway in the fall.
Brooke Shields and Raúl Esparza
Lunch at our favorite cafe by the theatre.
Billie Joe Armstrong, John Gallagher Jr. and Rebecca Naomi Jones
The worldwide musical hit Les Miserables celebrated its 25th anniversary with a star-studded Oct. 3 concert at London's O2 Arena and the launch of a new U.S touring production.
Gatz, the Elevator Repair Service's seven-hour word-for-word adaptation of "The Great Gatsby," played a sold-out run at the Public Theater.
Legendary singer Patti LaBelle joined the cast of Fela! in September. Rock icon Dee Snider stepped into the role of "Dennis" in Rock of Ages in November.
Two-time Tony Award winner Al Pacino returned to Broadway as Shylock in The Merchant of Venice following a hit run at Shakespeare in the Park.
Will Swenson, Tony Sheldon, Nick Adams and company
Arena Stage in Washington DC unveiled the brand new Mead Center for American Theater in October.
With Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, Brian Stokes Mitchell returned to Broadway for the first time since 2002's Man of La Mancha.
The cast of The Normal Heart
Fiddler on the Roof lost its librettist and composer within a week of one another. Librettist Joseph Stein died Oct. 24, and composer Jerry Bock passed away Oct. 30.
Quick Flops: All About Me, Enron and Elling all closed shortly after opening. Elling ran for one week, while Enron and All About Me each ran for two weeks.
Seth Rudetsky, Bernadette Peters, Kristin Chenoweth and Sean Hayes
Actress Jill Clayburgh died of chronic leukemia Nov. 5. Following a delay in opening night, her daughter Lily Rabe (pictured with Clayburgh and father David Rabe) opened to positive reviews as Portia in The Merchant of Venice days later.
Harry Connick Jr. and the team of Donny & Marie Osmond both offered special concert engagements on Broadway.