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Shoshana Bean and Todrick Hall to Host Pride Edition of Waitress Cast Album Karaoke The post-show series offers fans the chance to sing songs from Sara Bareilles’ Tony-nominated score on a Broadway stage.
Look Inside the 2019 New York Musical Festival’s Preview The annual showcase of new works from around the globe will kick off July 8, with performances in various locations around New York City.
Hear New Version of ‘Back in Time’ From the Upcoming Back to the Future Musical The stage adaptation of the ’80s comedy will play the U.K. in 2020.
Cast Set for Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival Production of Grand Hotel Performances begin July 10 under the direction of Brett Smock.
Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Begins Off-Broadway Halley Feiffer’s re-imagining of Chekhov’s Three Sisters debuts in New York in a production from MCC and Williamstown Theater Festival.
The Cher Show Sets Broadway Closing Date We LOVE Broadway We LOVE the people that power Broadway We care about their jobs because without them good people leave along with their dreams Too Many Chers Too Much Cher’ing Maybe it’s…
King Kong Musical Sets Closing Date on Broadway The musical, featuring a 20-foot-high, 2,000-pound, puppeteer-operated gorilla as its star, opened at the Broadway Theatre in November last year.
A Look at Jason Robert Brown’s 50th Subculture Residency Concert With Stephen Sondheim The Tony winners played side-by-side at Town Hall June 24, with special guests Katrina Lenk, Joshua Henry, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and more.
New Play Greater Clements to Debut Off-Broadway This Fall With Judith Ivey Davis McCallum will direct the Lincoln Center Theater production.
Marsha Mason to Star in Little Gem at Irish Rep The four-time Oscar nominee and two-time Golden Globe winner will return Off-Broadway in Elaine Murphy’s play.
Younger’s Miriam Shor Reflects on the Legacy of Hedwig and the Angry Inch Hedwig’s original Yitzhak shares memories from the Jane Street Theatre run, the 2001 film adaptation, and what it was like to see it on Broadway.
From High School to Broadway: How Jimmy Awards Winners Become Theatre Stars Each year, dozens of high schoolers travel to New York to compete in the National High School Musical Theatre Awards—better known as the Jimmy Awards.
Watch Annette Bening, Zachary Quinto, More in Live-Streamed Mueller Investigation Play The 10-act play by Pulitzer Prize winner Robert Schenkkan featured over a dozen theatre veterans.
Torch Song’s Mercedes Ruehl Stars in Safe Space at Bay Street Theater Tony winner Jack O’Brien directs the play, which begins performances June 25.