12 Shows That Unfold in Real-Time Onstage While many plays and musicals feature jumps or lapses in time, the plots of these twelve shows take place over the same amount of time it takes to perform them.
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Stefano Massini’s The Lehman Trilogy Begins on Broadway The play stars Adam Godley, Ben Miles, and Simon Russell Beale as the trio of brothers who changed the world of capitalism.
Will Eno’s Gnit Begins at TFANA Off-Broadway March 7 Joe Curnutte stars in the title role of Eno’s Peer Gynt-inspired new work.
Look Back at Tony Winner Bryan Cranston in All the Way Cranston, who celebrates his birthday March 7, made his Broadway debut in the political drama by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan.
Brian Stokes Mitchell Will Talk Ragtime and More at 92Y The Tony winner will sit down to discuss his career and work with The Actor’s Fund.
WATCH: A New York High School Remounts the Original Broadway Production of Hairspray Astoria’s Frank Sinatra School of the Arts is presenting the Tony-winning musical through March 14.
Derek Hough Joins High School Musical: The Musical: The Series for Season 2 The Dancing With the Stars champion will appear in a key role on the Disney+ series.
Jason Danieley, Hannah Elless, More Will Star in World Premiere of New Lynn Ahrens-Stephen Flaherty Musical Knoxville Asolo Repertory Theatre will present the new musical, which features a book by Frank Galati.
Louis Armstrong Musical A Wonderful World Kicks Off World Premiere in Miami Juson Williams stars as the jazz legend in the Christopher Renshaw-helmed project.
Sanaz Toossi’s English Wins Williamstown Theatre Festival’s 2020 Arnold Weissberger New Play Award The playwright earns a cash prize, a reading of the play, and a commission to write another piece.
MTC Production of Qui Nguyen’s Poor Yella Rednecks Finds Its Cast The co-world premiere, directed by May Adrales, is the next chapter in the playwright’s autobiographical trilogy.
Jenn Colella, Zachary Noah Piser, More Set for Reading of New Musical Talk to Me Joe Barros will direct Abingdon Theatre Company’s free reading.
Frozen, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Mean Girls, and More Are Auditioning in NYC Find your next job with these Equity calls for Broadway productions and shows across the country hosting auditions in the Big Apple.
Look Back at Chita Rivera and Donald O’Connor in Bring Back Birdie on Broadway The sequel to Bye Bye Birdie opened on Broadway on March 5, 1981.
Shereen Pimentel’s Maria Is Not the West Side Story Ingénue You Expect The Broadway star and current Juilliard student shares her unconventional take on the familiar role.