And All That Jazz: A Celebration of the Legendary Chita Rivera will play the Shubert Theatre.
The fundraising event will include a cocktail hour, exclusive performances, and a dance party.
The annual MCC Theater gala event that invites Broadway performers to step outside their usual type will honor Vanessa Williams.
The revealing, annual burlesque event raises money for Broadway Cares.
The evening will feature appearances by Ann Harada, Michael R. Jackson, Sam Rockwell, and many more.
The special event will celebrate the birthdays of both Izzard and Great Expectations writer Charles Dickens.
Julie Sings Jule will also feature a band led by Benko's musical director husband, Jason Yeager.
The evening benefits Broadway Cares and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center.
Peters will perform in place of Kelli O'Hara, who has tested positive for COVID and is no longer able to headline the evening.
Lena Hall, Jessie Mueller, Tamar Greene, and more are part of the evening that will also stream live.
The evening featuring the Taxi co-stars will benefit Theatre Aspen's 2023 artists.
Chalfant takes on the Joan Didion work, which she originally performed in New Yorkers' living rooms this past fall, for two benefit performances.
The evening also features performances by Tony winner Lillias White, Sidney DuPont, and Alex Newell.
The Theatre Communications Group event will honor The Piano Lesson's Samuel L. Jackson and LaTanya Richardson Jackson.
Lena Hall, Ruthie Ann Miles, Tamar Greene, and more will be part of the evening that will also be streamed live.
The concert, benefiting the Entertainment Community Fund, was originally scheduled for April 27, 2020.
Harmony will be held in February 2023 on the Edison Rooftop.
The evening at Green Room 42, benefiting Broadway Green Alliance, will also be streamed live.
The benefit will also honor MCC Youth Company alumna Lianny Toval.
Also, check out photos from the evening, directed by Michael Mayer and benefiting The Entertainment Community Fund.
Michael Mayer directed the evening, benefiting The Entertainment Community Fund.
Founding members Adam Sansiveri and Ryan Stana were honored at the 15th anniversary gala.
Michael Mayer is directing the three-time Tony winner's musical in support of the Entertainment Community Fund.
Benefiting Red Bull Theater, the seldom-seen rock musical also stars Eddie Cooper, Lilli Cooper, Lesli Margherita, and more.
The benefit evening with the Into the Woods star is being held at the Red Rooster.
Michael Mayer directs the evening, benefiting The Entertainment Community Fund.
The gala will include cocktails, dinner, an auction and live performance.
Two-time Tony winner Sutton Foster will perform in concert at the event.
The 15th anniversary gala will honor founding members Adam Sansiveri and Ryan Stana.
The fundraiser will be held at the Tower Theatre in Oregon.
Michael Mayer will direct the evening, benefiting The Entertainment Community Fund.
The 38th anniversary gala honored Charles Busch and Carl Andress.
The non-profit organization introduces hospitalized children to the magic of theatre.
The evening will also celebrate the launch of TCG’s One Million Books Campaign.
The 30th annual gala is being held at The Edison Rooftop.
Angela J. Davis' new play tells the story of activist Estelle Griswold, who fought for the right to privacy.
National Medal of the Arts recipient and Obie Award winner Ping Chong serves as honorary chair for the evening.
The third annual event, held November 7, will stream on Playbill in December.
Tatiana Pandiani directs Angela J. Davis' new play.
The James Ijames play is directed by Sideeq Heard and stars cast members from the Public Theater's recent production.
A Strange Loop cast member John-Michael Lyles will join Latoya Edwards to sing from the new score.
The benefit will also feature Beth Leavel, Orfeh, Montego Glover, Bonnie Milligan, Brad Oscar and more.
The organization held its 26th annual Halloween gala to raise funds for supporting urban green spaces in NYC.
A benefit for the Studio's 75th season, the screening also includes a live interview with the Tony- and Oscar-winning star.
The organization celebrates its 75th anniversary on October 27, and Pacino is hosting.
The evening will support Broadway's A Is For and The Pink House Fund.
The event will celebrate André De Shields, LaChanze, and Alex Lacamoire.
The ACLU and NYCLU benefit features performances by the casts of Broadway's A Strange Loop and 1776.
Chad Austin directs the evening with choreography by Deidre Goodwin and musical direction by Nick Wilders.
Fashion designer Jeffrey Banks and DGF Board Member Barbara Olcott are also honorees at the event.
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