PBS's 'Great Performances' airs a production of 'La Bohème' that will no doubt win over opera newbies and aficionados alike, Chrissie Hynde's album 'Stockholm' shows that the singer is still an authentic rocker, and more top picks.
Rapper Tupac's music is the basis of the new musical 'Holler If Ya Hear Me,' which stars Christopher Jackson. 'I think Broadway is waking up to the idea that rap is an incredible tool for telling a musical story,' Jackson said of the musical using Tupac's songs.
National Geographic's docudrama 'Miracle Landing on the Hudson' chronicles the achievements of Capt. Chesley 'Sully' Sullenberger, The Secret Mountain releases a new children's book titled 'Simply Fantastic,' and more top picks.
The Smithsonian Channel's documentary 'Shark Girl' follows one woman's effort to educate the public about sharks, 'Doctor Who' actor David Tennant stars in the thriller 'The Escape Artist' on PBS, and more top picks.
Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, writers of the song 'Let It Go' and the rest of the songs from the movie 'Frozen,' are working on a romantic comedy for the stage. Lopez and Anderson-Lopez won Oscars for Best Original Song for the song 'Let It Go' from the movie 'Frozen.'
A National Geographic IMAX documentary titled 'Pandas: The Journey Home' looks at China's work raising the animals and then releasing them back into the wild, the 'Frontline' two-part series 'The United States of Secrets' looks at the government's surveillance program, and more top picks.
The Rodgers and Hammerstein Collection, which includes such favorites as 'Oklahoma!' and 'The Sound of Music,' arrives on Blu-ray, Bill Cosby is honored by the American Comedy Awards, and more top picks.
Tony nominations were bestowed on such musicals as 'A Gentleman's Guide to Murder' and 'Aladdin,' while actors like Neil Patrick Harris and Audra McDonald will also be up for prizes. The Tony nominations were announced on April 29.