Debbie Gravitte Previews Her New Album at Broadway Jazz Session The Tony Award winner will sing with Russ Kaplan and his band on October 1.
Posts published in September 2017
92Y Street Fest Offers Free Peeks at Current Broadway Show October 1. NYC’s 92nd Street Y will host dance, music, and theatre performances.
Alice Ripley and Taylor Trensch Explore the Songs of Rufus Wainwright October 1 The NYC concert will showcase the oeuvre of the pop composer of “Cigarettes and Chocolate Milk.”
How Do the Stars of WarholCapote Capture the Iconic Voices of 2 Well-Known Artists? Stephen Spinella plays Andy Warhol in the world premiere at the American Repertory Theater; see what goes into exploring his hyper-specific speaking style.
Original Grease Star Will Honor Fantasticks Creators at October Concerts Thank You for Your Love will co-star Sweeney Todd‘s Sarah Rice October 1 and 7.
92Y Street Fest Offers Free Performances from Current Broadway Shows Oct. 1 NYC’s 92nd Street Y will host dance, music, and theatre performances.
7 Shows That Went from Movie to Musical to Movie Musical These shows all began as movies that eventually became Broadway musicals that were adapted once again for film.
Read This EXCLUSIVE Chapter From Tim Federle’s Upcoming Life Is Like a Musical The Better Nate Than Never author and Tuck Everlasting librettist offers a glimpse at his self-help book for theatre fans.
From Blonde to Bard: Celebrating the Birthday of Tony Award Winner Christian Borle The two-time Tony Award winner celebrates his birthday October 1.
See the Latest Art of Frozen, Harry Potter, Mean Girls, and More Decorating Broadway
Playbill Vault's Today in Theatre History: October 1
Celebrate the Performances of Stage and Screen Icon Julie Andrews on Her Birthday Julie Andrews celebrates her birthday October 1.
EXCLUSIVE: Hear Patti LuPone’s New Song in Disney Musical Series Vampirina The new Disney Junior show featuring an original score by Michael Kooman and Christopher Dimond premieres October 1.
L.A. Opera Plans Il Postino Opera Los Angeles Opera plans to premiere a new opera based on the novel Ardiente Paciencia in 2009, a spokesman for the company confirmed today.
Ferneyhough's Shadowtime Has U.S. Premiere at Lincoln Center Festival Brian Ferneyhough's Shadowtime, a "thought opera'" based on the life of philosopher Walter Benjamin, will have its American premiere tonight at the Lincoln Center Festival.