Sutton Foster Releases New Album, Take Me to the World, June 1 The two-time Tony winner and Younger star performs such show tunes as “It All Fades Away” and “Stars and the Moon” on the new recording.
Posts published in May 2018
All the Nominees for Best Scenic Design for the 2018 Tony Awards See all the set designers that received nominations for a musical or play this season.
Playbill Vault’s Today in Theatre History: June 1
Log Cabin, Starring Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Begins Off-Broadway The new play by Pulitzer Prize finalist Jordan Harrison kicks off its world premiere at Playwrights Horizons.
The Crazy Day Ariana DeBose Found Out She’d Been Cast in Summer: The Donna Summer Musical The 2018 Tony nominee dishes on how she got the news, plus her favorite part about building the character of Disco Donna.
25 DAYS OF TONYS: The Unknown People Who Made The Band’s Visit a Hit Tony nominees David Cromer, David Yazbek, and Itamar Moses share the behind-the-scenes people who make the Broadway smash work.
Once On This Island’s Alex Newell Hosts Stars in the Alley Concert June 1 The annual concert also features Katharine McPhee, Joshua Henry, and more.
About New York: Cuomo Finally Says the Obvious: He Backs the Transit Rescue Plan What took so long? Maybe the timing had something to do with Cynthia Nixon.
Read Reviews for Broadway’s The Boys in the Band, With Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto, Matt Bomer, and Andrew Rannells The new production opened May 31, directed by Tony winner Joe Mantello.
State Senate Grinds to a Halt as Neither Party Can Make a Majority A raft of pending bills were set aside for a second straight day in Albany, with Democrats and Republicans naturally blaming the other.
College Lecturer Pleads Guilty to Selling Fake Certificates A lecturer at Medgar Evers College, part of the CUNY system, offered discounted health care classes, and even provided course certificates. But it was all a sham.
Report Offers 50 Ways to Avoid the Chaos That Crippled Kennedy Airport Ray LaHood, a former transportation secretary, laid out dozens of changes to avoid a repeat of the failure that followed a fierce January snowstorm.
In the Battle Between Cuomo and Nixon, the Subway Becomes a Central Issue Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said he wants to pay for a new subway overhaul plan by passing congestion pricing as Cynthia Nixon released her transit proposal.
Metropolitan Diary: A Night at Studio 54 Not willing to wait like everyone else.
Naoko Mori and Ruthie Ann Miles Will Share Role of Lady Thiang in London The King and I Kelli O’Hara and Ken Watanabe will reprise their performances from the Lincoln Center Theater Production; West End performances begin June 21.