Jill Haworth, who created the role of chanteuse Sally Bowles in the landmark musical Cabaret, died on Jan. 3.
Jonny Lee Miller and Benedict Cumberbatch
The cast of Betty Blue Eyes
Legendary costume designer Theoni V. Aldredge died Jan. 21
Chuck Cooper and Sharon Washington
Anthony Warlow and Lucy Maunder
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton in Private Lives, 1983.
Jennifer Laura Thompson, Malcolm Gets, Georgi James, Hunter Foster and Taylor Trensch
Rema Webb, Andrew Rannells and Josh Gad
Will Swenson, Tony Sheldon and Nick Adams
The closing number
Jill Paice, Rob McClure and Lauren Worsham
Daniel Radcliffe and company
The Broadway musical Fela! came full circle in April when the story of the Nigerian musician and political figure Fela Anikulapo-Kuti played an engagement in Lagos.
Lee Pace, Jim Parsons, Joe Mantello and Patrick Breen
Billie Joe Armstrong
Punchdrunk's immersive site-specific Sleep No More, which began luring New Yorkers into its haunted world in April, proved a major success and continues into 2012.
Darren Ritchie proposes to Janet Dacal
West Side Story and Gypsy librettist Arthur Laurents died May 5.
A scene from Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark
Neil Patrick Harris, Stephen Colbert and Jon Cryer in the 2011 concert production
National Theatre of Great Britain's critically acclaimed production of Richard Bean's raucous One Man, Two Guvnors transferred to the Adelphi Theatre and will move to Broadway in 2012.
Neil Patrick Harris (center) and cast members from Sister Act perform in the opening number.
Andrew Rannells (front center) and company
A scene from War Horse
Lee Pace, Ellen Barkin, Wayne Alan Wilcox, Patrick Breen, Jim Parsons, Joe Mantello, John Benjamin Hickey, Luke Macfarlane, Richard Topol and Mark Harelik
Sutton Foster and company
Mark Rylance won a second Tony for Jerusalem
Norbert Leo Butz
David Tennant and Catherine Tate in the Wyndham's Theatre production.
The cast of Love Never Dies
The cast of Follies
The cast and crew of Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark
Sierra Boggess and Tyne Daly
Alice Playten, a Tony winner for Henry, Sweet Henry, died June 25 at age 63.
The cast of Ghost: The Musical
Connie Bradshaw (Julie Reiber, center) gives newcomer Mary Ann Singleton (Betsy Wolfe) a taste of the big city in a disco.
The cast of Rent
Tom Hewitt and Cathy Rigby
A new London Wizard of Oz: With its Dorothy (Danielle Hope) cast by public vote on reality TV, Andrew Lloyd Webber's production opened at the London Palladium with added songs by Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice.
Jeremy Jordan and company
Jayne Houdyshell, Elaine Stritch, Mary Beth Peil and Elaine Paige
On our last day of our trip, Stokes toured the famous Venice Canals.