The two Broadway talents star in the upcoming film about the founder of the '70s record label Casablanca.
The new television musical series from Hulu follows two young people falling in love in New York City in 1999.
PBS will air the Black Broadway: Proud History, Limitless Future concert, featuring Bleu, along with fellow Broadway stars Norm Lewis, Peppermint, Stephanie Mills, and more.
He addresses the critics of his play-turned-film and explains why it's not a cynical work.
The creators of the Tony-winning musical break down what they had to cut and modify to adapt Matilda for Netflix.
The new Sam Rockwell-Saoirse Ronan film is inspired by the hit West End play, and filled with theatre references.
The new film from Oscar- and Tony-winning director Sam Mendes is about the beauty of being in a movie theatre.
We un-peel the layers of Stephen Sondheim and Angela Lansbury's final screen appearances in the hit Netflix film starring Daniel Craig.
Miss Trunchbull gives the Oscar-winning actor a chance to turn in a truly theatrical performance for film.
He's explored the ongoing impact of slavery in his hit plays, now he's doing it for TV in Kindred.
The TV movie juggernaut has over 40 holiday films starring Broadway talent!
Recipients are honored during a star-studded celebration of the arts to be filmed for subsequent TV broadcast.
Josh Rhodes directs Douglas Lyons and Ethan D. Pakchar's film, which makes its world premiere in New York December 1.
The new Jennifer Lawrence film stars Tony nominee Brian Tyree Henry and is overseen by theatre director Lila Neugebauer.
What to watch at home this month from Disney+, Netflix, Hulu, and more.
Can you spot all of these callbacks to the original Hocus Pocus while watching the sequel?
Meet the television and film actors making their Main Stem debuts this fall.
Reinders gives her review of East High’s Beauty and the Beast, plus talks the importance of theatre educators and her stint as the tiniest Scrooge.
Lorna Courtney led the performance, marking the upcoming musical's national TV debut.
"It's basically House of the Dragon and Lord of the Rings without any elves, dragons, explosions, lust, medieval sets, or live action elements. But otherwise, it’s just as exciting."
As the Whitney Houston and Brandy–led film gets an encore TV broadcast, find out which songs in the Rodgers and Hammerstein favorite were written for other projects.
From Marvel Studios to Warner Bros., these actors made their big break in a stage musical before starring in a superhero project (yes, there’s more to the list than Tom Holland).
"Hedwig was a big part in why Neil took me seriously to begin with," says the performer.
See what Main Stem personalities make appearances in the new Neil Patrick Harris-led streaming comedy.
The young performer talks about booking her “dream role” in the Netflix movie musical.
Bleu also talks about returning to the High School Musical franchise and how the series honors the OG fans.
Hear Mitchell's full rendition of "Rose's Turn" from Gypsy, featured in Netflix's The Sandman.
The stage and screen star will soon star as Fanny Brice in Broadway's Funny Girl revival.
Cecily Strong, Kristin Chenoweth, Dove Cameron, and more tell about their childhood musical memories and some dream roles.
From Darren Criss to Melissa Benoist, the musical television series showcased multiple Broadway-bound stars.
In honor of the musical comedy's 13th anniversary, here are 13 Broadway favorites who appeared on the show.
The Glee performer shares how his previous roles prepared him to take over the judge's seat.
Michele and Groff discuss revisiting Spring Awakening as adults.
The production will go on hiatus May 3–19 to allow for filming for the upcoming release.
Emotions were high at the Spring Awakening: Those You’ve Known premiere but that didn’t keep anybody from rocking out.
With Ariana DeBose's West Side Story Oscar win, we took a look at other recent movie musicals that have done well at the Academy Awards.
The animated series, featuring Kyla Pratt, Tommy Davidson, and Paula Jai Parker airs on Disney+.
Take a look at a few ways Broadway could take over the Academy Awards March 28.
The musical theatre favorite took her singing off-screen while filming Britbox’s new murder mystery – ahead of her upcoming West End debut in & Juliet.
Director Joe Wright talks with Playbill about making the movie and creating the scene for "Someone to Say."
Collectively, the cast of the new Julian Fellowes drama has over 20 Tony Awards.
The Panamanian actor shares stories and exclusive behind-the-scenes images from the new film adaptation of the Broadway favorite.
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