Everybody Rise! will be curated by Robert Longbottom and Kevin Stites, and conducted by Stites.
The symphonic concert was recorded May 13 at Boston's Symphony Hall.
Justin Elizabeth Sayre will host the evening, benefiting the Ali Forney Center.
The concerts at Lincoln Center's Dizzy's will be hosted by Deborah Grace Winer.
The NYC drag artist and activist will make their solo concert debut at the Public Theater's cabaret venue.
Nick Winston will direct the English-language premiere of the musical based on the best-selling Japanese manga series.
The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, which follows opera star Christine Daaé to New York's Coney Island, will play two nights at Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
Tatiana Pandiani, Melis Aker, and Jacinta Clusellas penned the new work.
Annette Jolles directed the May 22 fundraiser, The Rebecca Luker Songbook: A Benefit Concert, which paid tribute to the late, Tony-nominated actor.
The new musical puts a spin on Jane Austen's classic tale of romance Pride and Prejudice.
Singer-songwriter Manilow will offer five concerts at the Manhattan venue beginning May 31.
The showcase of transgender and nonbinary musical theatre performers will be presented at Caveat.
Alan Cumming, Isaac Mizrahi, Seth Rudetsky, and more are also scheduled to play the intimate Manhattan venue.
Special guests included Bryce Pinkham and Ryan Haddad.
Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise will once again host.
The Amour Tony nominee will be joined by Isabelle Georges.
Noble Sissle, Jr. is the son of Noble Sissle, the lyricist of the groundbreaking 1921 musical.
Annette Jolles directs The Rebecca Luker Songbook: A Benefit Concert, which pays tribute to the late, Tony-nominated actor.
Susanna Wolk directs the work from John Ertman and Joseph Mathusek.
The Tony-winning Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice musical will play two performances at London's Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
The summer concert series at the Massachusetts venue launches in June.
The duo will play Crazy Coqs and 54 Below.
The performance is part of a celebration of Jewish American Heritage Month.
Former castmates Kurt Peterson and Ken Kantor host the evening, also featuring Sarah Rice, Karen Murphy, and more.
The show will launch the duo's residency at Dixon Place this spring.
Immigrant Experiences will culminate in a free concert May 15 with Broadway alums attached to perform.
The Massachusetts concert staging is directed by Jason Danieley, widower of Ragtime's original Mother, Marin Mazzie.
Sutton Foster, Chita Rivera, Sara Bareilles, André De Shields, and more headline the concert, airing on TV and streaming via PBS.
The upcoming season celebrates artistic director Ted Sperling's 10th year with the company.
Find out how you can attend this free, outdoor concert presented by The Broadway League.
The new musical by Jad Jacob chronicles the life and music of Beethoven set to an electric rock score.
The Jonathan Larson rock opera will play the D.C. venue this summer.
The Pride concert, which benefits the Ali Forney Center, will be held at Joe's Pub.
The bonus material from Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman will be performed by members of the Broadway company of Some Like It Hot.
Jordan Murphy will direct the evening, dedicated to the musical's late composer, Lucy Simon.
The evening at Peter Norton Symphony Space benefits the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Susanna Wolk will direct the work from John Ertman and Joseph Mathusek.
Nick Cearley and Lauren Molina will lead the evening at the Midnight Theatre.
The queer parody musical is written by the American Theatre Wing’s Jonathan Larson Grant winner Joel B. New.
This One’s for You: The Music of Barry Manilow also features The New York Pops.
The evening features arrangements and music direction by James Sampliner.
The Napa Valley nonprofit will pair theatrical talent with world class wines for the summer series.
[email protected] kicks off at the Claire Tow Theater with the Tony-winning A Strange Loop composer.
The evening at 54 Below will also be live streamed.
Expect songs by Jason Robert Brown, Cyndi Lauper, Lerner and Loewe, Maltby and Shire, Joni Mitchell, and more.
The evening benefits ACLU's Drag Defense Fund.
The star of Rent, Carousel, Running Man, As You Like It, and more, will celebrate the fifth and final season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.
The concert, featuring the American Pops Orchestra, will be filmed in Washington, D.C., in May for subsequent TV broadcast.
Chita Rivera, Sara Bareilles, André De Shields, and more headline the concert, airing on TV and streaming via PBS in May.
Johnson will reflect on her past and give a sneak peek at her future in Ripple Effect.
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