From the Archives: Elaine Stritch, Barbara Barrie, Larry Kert, and the Cast of Company on Modern Marriage With a gender-reversed revival of the Stephen Sondheim-George Furth classic now in the West End, we look back to our interview with the…
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Aladdin’s Genie, Major Attaway, Shares His Favorite Theatregoing Experiences Audra McDonald, Brian Stokes Mitchell, and Heather Headley are among Attaway’s picks.
Phone Rings, Door Chimes, in Come Rosalie Craig and Patti LuPone in London’s Gender-Swapped Company Marianne Elliott’s production plays the Gielgud Theatre beginning September 26.
Gorgeous: A Barbara Harris Tribute Will Be Held in October The Tony-winning star of On a Clear Day You Can See Forever and The Apple Tree, died August 21 at age 83.
See Danielle Brooks, John Gallagher Jr, and More in New Trailer for Sadie The new film, written and directed by Megan Griffiths, will be released October 12.
Broadway’s Shubert Theatres Will Dim Lights for TV Musical Visionary Craig Zadan The producer died in August at the age of 69.
Itamar Moses’ Completeness to Return to New York for Limited Run The 2011 drama by the Tony-winning Band’s Visit writer will be seen at Medicine Show Theatre in October.
Win the Chance to Meet Darren Criss, Plus 2 Free Tickets to Elsie Fest 2018 Here’s how to attend the showtune-filled music festival courtesy of Playbill ClubSEATS.
Track-by-Track Breakdown: The Bengsons on Crafting Their Hundred Days Score Real-life couple Abigail and Shaun Bengson go deep on their eclectic score, preserved on a new cast album.
Look Back at Patti LuPone and Mandy Patinkin in Evita on Broadway The original Broadway production opened September 25, 1979, at the Broadway Theatre.
Inside the Special Screening for Dominique Morisseau’s Pipeline The Lincoln Center Theater production will be presented in movie theatres in October.
Laurie Davidson Joins Jennifer Hudson, Taylor Swift, and More for Cats Movie The Tom Hooper-helmed film will be released in December 2019.
Hello, Dolly! National Tour, Starring Betty Buckley, Begins September 25 The stage and screen favorite takes on the title role as the Tony-winning revival travels across the country.
Glenn Close-Led Mother of the Maid Begins Off-Broadway September 25 Tony winner Close stars as Joan of Arc’s mother in the New York premiere of Jane Anderson’s play at The Public Theater.
Theresa Rebeck’s Bernhardt/Hamlet Opens on Broadway Janet McTeer stars as 19th-century French trailblazer Sarah Bernhardt in the world premiere from Roundabout Theatre Company.