Danielle Brooks describes how Broadway's "The Color Purple" inspired her to become an actress.
The panelists discuss how "Hamilton" kept women from being honored on the front of the $10 bill.
The popularity of the Broadway musical "Hamilton" forces women to take a back seat on the $10 bill.
Jennifer Hudson discusses her role as an alleged victim of sexual harassment in "Confirmation."
Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and John Kasich do their best to win over voters in the Big Apple.
The panelists react to an explicit request for non-white actors to audition for "Hamilton."
Larry challenges Daveed Diggs to name the best person from the "Hamilton" cast.
The panelists weigh in on Chris Rock's smackdown of the diversity-challenged Academy Awards.
Triumph the Insult Comic Dog ponders a potentially dangerous Broadway gig.
Crossing guard Rosa Borquez gets ready to reap the benefits of New York City's minimum wage hike.
Lupita Nyong'o discusses her challenging roles in the film "Star Wars" and the play "Eclipsed."
The comics list #BeatlesRecipes, #EroticBroadway shows, #NBASongs and try out some #GeekPickUpLines.
The comedians list naughty versions of Broadway shows in honor of the 69th annual Tony Awards.
The comics list #EuropeanSuperheroes, #BroBroadway and #CountryMusicIn5Words and #SickBurnAHunk.
The comedians rewrite popular theater productions for an audience of bros.
Martin Short reflects on his life and career in "I Must Say: My Life as a Humble Comedy Legend."
Martin Short wonders about the special effects used during the Super Bowl halftime show.
Martin Short and Jon try to figure out why they never spend time together socially.
A Night of Too Many Stars audience member becomes the surprise star of a Broadway play.
Sienna Miller discusses acting alongside Bradley Cooper in "American Sniper."