A First Look at Tracy Letts’ The Minutes at Steppenwolf The Pulitzer Prize winner’s newest play will open November 19 in Chicago before heading to Broadway.
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Why Leslie Odom Jr. Has Had to Turn Down Auditions The Hamilton Tony winner talks about the types of roles he plays; he also sings from his Christmas album on Harry.
How Did Critics Review Brigadoon, Starring Kelli O’Hara and Patrick Wilson? The classic Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe musical is currently playing a limited engagement at City Center.
Houston Hosts World Premiere of Ricky Ian Gordon’s The House Without a Christmas Tree Houston Grand Opera commissioned this tale of a girl who heals her family’s broken heart.
About New York: In the Best of Times, the Worst of Rides New York is booming with jobs and new residents, yet the number of people taking the subway has fallen, as a system burdened by debt and bad management…
Mistrial Is Declared in Corruption Trial of Senator Menendez The decision in the case against the powerful New Jersey Democrat brings an inconclusive end to the first bribery trial of a sitting U.S. senator in decades.
Kyle Beltran, Jennifer Kim, and More Tapped for The Amateurs Off-Broadway The new play by Pulitzer Prize finalist Jordan Harrison finds its cast at The Vineyard Theatre.
London Follies Revival, Starring Imelda Staunton, Broadcast Live in Theatres November 16 The lavish staging of Stephen Sondheim and James Goldman’s legendary Broadway musical boasts a cast of 37 and a 21-piece orchestra.
Mistrial Is Declared in Corruption Trial of Ex-Jail Officers’ Union Chief The jurors in the federal case against Norman Seabrook, the former head of the New York City correction officers’ union, said they were deadlocked.
Audra McDonald, Daryl Roth, Oskar Eustis, and More Inducted Into Theater Hall of Fame The class of 2017 also includes Marin Mazzie and Matthew Broderick, playwrights Arthur Kopit and Tina Howe, and theatre critic Ernie Schier.
Look Back at Playbill’s Broadway on the Danube River With Michael Feinstein Though the cruise on the opulent Crystal Mozart has come to a close, see the best moments with Seth Rudetsky, Laura Osnes, Brandon Uranowitz, Rachel Bay Jones, and…
Watch John Leguizamo Give the Inside Scoop on Latin History for Morons Live From the Red Carpet The Tony-nominated writer and actor tells Playbill what audiences can do to uncover erased histories.
Anna Ziegler’s Actually Extends Off-Broadway Set at Princeton University, the play explores the timely themes of race, truth, and sexual consent.
Catch a Glimpse of the London Cast of Hamilton in Rehearsals West End performances will begin at the recently renovated Victoria Palace Theatre December 6.
Democratic Incumbent Loses Council Seat in Queens After Bitter Race Elizabeth Crowley, a two-term City Council member, lost to Robert Holden, a Democrat-turned-Republican, in a tight race that stretched for months.