Sheldon Epps will direct Tawni O’Dell's new play.
Spanish productions of several Lloyd Webber musicals are among the first plans for the duo's Amigos Para Siempre.
A new crop of stage favorites are joining previously announced artists Leigh Silverman, Josh Radnor, Anna Deveare Smith, Keenan Scott II, and more.
The Public Theater presented the musical's world premiere Off-Broadway in 2021.
A filmed performance from the work's Off-Broadway premiere debuts on Disney+ June 24.
The donations include $1 million gifts to create scholarships for theatre students at two historically Black institutions of higher learning, Spelman College and Morehouse College.
The one-night-only concert featured performances with student groups from across the United States.
The play is based on the memoir of Polish-Jewish pianist and composer Władysław Szpilman.
Jamibeth Margolis directs the new musical by John Riley and Kate Queen.
The move follows the lifting of the Main Stem's vaccine requirement for audience members earlier this year.
Ben Diskant's new musical is receiving a private reading in New York City.
Charlotte d'Amboise and Bianca Marroquín host the ceremony at NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts.
The Tony-winning Best Musical A Strange Loop played a pre-Broadway engagement at the D.C. venue in 2021.
The musical is based on the life of the world famous contralto Marian Anderson.
The reading will feature direction by Miss Saigon performer Jessica Wu.
Inspired by a true story, the work about three Hollywood legends sharing an LSD trip features a book by James Lapine and a score by Tom Kitt and Michael Korie.
The move marks the first time the 1955 work, which enjoyed a Tony-nominated Broadway revival last year, has been represented by a theatrical licensor.
McClimon will lead the Off-Broadway theatre company alongside Artistic Director Paige Evans.
The YoungArts award aims to support to artists at all stages of their careers.
The program celebrated its 10th anniversary May 17 with an event that asked, "What's the best Broadway can be?"
Michael Parva will direct Dan Wackerman's new play to benefit SNAP, a support and advocacy organization for survivors of religious and institutional sexual abuse.
A portion of all ticket sales for the Manhattan-based museum, set to highlight more than 500 productions, will benefit Broadway Cares.
Written by Stefano Massini and adapted by Ben Power, the work will be part of Concord's Samuel French imprint.
The West End production completed its run June 12.
As the curtain comes down on the 75th annual Tony Awards, here's what's set to take the stage next.
Smith has been a leader of the Washington, D.C. theatre company for 25 years.
The statue is part of the The Lilly Awards Foundation's Lorraine Hansberry Initiative, honoring the late playwright.
Previous winners, each of which receive a $75,000 grant, have included Lynn Nottage, Camille A. Brown, and more.
Thomas Kail, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Jeffrey Seller, and James L. Nederlander are the current proprietors of the store on West 39th Street.
CBS Mornings profiled the recently renamed organization that has distributed nearly $27 million since the beginning of the pandemic.
The Girl From the North Country star is a 2002 graduate of the New York institution.
The organization aims to elevate the work of Latiné theatre artists.
Inspired by the music of 1970s Laurel Canyon, Reunion counts Grammy winner Peter Asher as lead music consultant.
The ceremony celebrating Black theatremakers will announce nominations later this month.
Freedome Bradley-Ballentine will also be serving as the new Director of Artistic Programs for the Off-Broadway company.
A Strange Loop, SIX, and Beetlejuice are among the spotlighted shows.
During the 2021-2022 season, 29 theatre professionals worked with 23 groups of students from NYC-area public high schools.
The theatre company's social justice initiatives were launched alongside the production of Lynn Nottage's play Clyde’s.
The Broadway-aimed work features lyrics by Mr. Saturday Night's Amanda Green and music by Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Emmy nominee Curtis Moore.
The theatrical licensor was founded in 1952 by Guys and Dolls songwriter Frank Loesser and orchestrator Don Walker.
The 2022 Tony nominee will honored with the award in October.
Medina will also serve as the joint CEO.
The producers and company are donating a portion of ticket sales to the humanitarian organization.
The honor was inaugurated last year with playwright and filmmaker Radha Blank.
Joe Barros directs the musical penned by Aaron Morrill.
McGregor steps into the role following the 34-year tenure of James C. Nicola.
The event at Central Park's Delacorte Theater will feature performances and appearances by Renée Elise Goldsberry, Oscar Isaac, Danai Gurira, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and more.
The new work will receive a two-performance presentation this summer.
See why Billy Porter, Kristin Chenoweth, and Lynn Nottage think these stage favorites are prime for the annual list of the most influential people in the world.
The partnership will produce opening night celebrations and other specialty events.
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