The Paradise Square Tony nominee stars opposite Emmy winner Jim Parsons in the Classic Stage Company production.
Warren Carlyle will direct and choreograph the Broadway-aimed revival of the Tony-nominated musical, reimagined by its creators, Marsha Norman and the late Lucy Simon.
Narayan, who currently stars in the all-Asian Off-Broadway production of A Delicate Balance, also recalls how he pranked Katrina Lenk in Company.
The pair tells us how they bring an unlikely love story to the stage in the new Jeanine Tesori-David Lindsay-Abaire musical.
And she has stories.
The two play competitive brothers in Suzan-Lori Parks' Pulitzer-winning Broadway play.
The Obie Award winner plays Grace in August Wilson's play, in a new production directed by LaTanya Richardson Jackson.
The director is now helming the Jason Robert Brown and Alfred Uhry musical at New York City Center.
How the new musical is about "female-identifying people having agency over their own bodies."
The Tony winner is one of the busiest designers in the industry, with 27 Broadway credits in the past 17 years.
The organization celebrates its 75th anniversary on October 27, and Pacino is hosting.
"After these two years, there is this heightened need for joy and escape, and Aladdin provides just that and more."
Playing John Adams and John Dickinson in the current revival, these revolutionaries are giving a fresh perspective on an old event.
The Broadway favorite reflects on her Main Stem debut in Well, the joys of The Music Man, and more.
The late, legendary six-time Tony honoree spoke with Playbill in fall 2006, prior to her return to Broadway in Terrence McNally's Deuce.
Some of the leading ladies of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats—on stage—reflect on playing the pivotal role and singing the musical’s best-known tune.
The actor stars as Anna in the North American tour of the Disney musical, now playing Pittsburgh's Benedum Center.
The director shares the stakes of working with the Tony- and Olivier-winning playwright on his personal new play.
From expanding audiences to developing for Broadway, Boyd is closing out quite a run at the Massachusetts theatre.
The actor and writer is currently playing Perón in Bucks County Playhouse's reimagined version of the Tony-winning Andrew Lloyd Webber-Tim Rice musical.
The Hedwig and the Angry Inch Tony winner is the Off-Broadway musical's newest star.
The actor, who will go it solo next month at the Green Room 42, looks back at his Broadway opening and his encounter with Bernadette Peters on Tony night.
Ross plays one of the Fates in the Tony-winning musical at the Walter Kerr Theatre.
Allsun O’Malley and Talia Suskauer are living out their college fantasies at the Gershwin Theatre eight times a week.
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.
“I'm not dipping my toe. I'm jumping into the deepest deep end, playing one of the most iconic female roles in Broadway history.”
The Wicked and Evita star plays Elsa in the North American tour of the Disney musical, now playing Cleveland's Playhouse Square.
The actor-musician is currently playing Seymour in a production of Little Shop of Horrors in Michigan before a slew of dates with his Skivvies co-star Lauren Molina.
The British actor is currently reprising his award-winning performance as Lola in the Tony-winning musical's Off-Broadway debut.
The pair make their Off-Broadway debut with the musical based on the Jodi Picoult and Samantha van Leer YA novel.
As the three-time Tony nominee prepares to sail the Mediterranean with Playbill, find out which aspects of the trip he's most looking forward to.
"Hedwig was a big part in why Neil took me seriously to begin with," says the performer.
The Tony winner presents her concert at Long Island's Bay Street Theater August 15.
White just completed her run as Harriet, the overworked Chief of Staff in Broadway's POTUS: Or, Behind Every Great Dumbass are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive.
Rauf, who was held in a basement for 105 days in 2021, is a cofounder of Human First Coalition.
Mason's play, reimagining Abe Lincoln through a queer person of color’s storytelling lens, can be seen at Los Angeles' Skylight through September 4.
MacPherson is currently making her Edinburgh Fringe debut in the cabaret act Happy Birthday, Mr. President!
The Fringe First Award winner takes the stage as the iconic artist in her show Black is the Color of My Voice, returning to the festival.
The stage and screen star talks to us about her time playing the "ferociously loving" Rosie Brice.
"I want audiences to walk into a theatre completely open to stories that they may have never heard."
The Broadway veteran is currently starring as The Wizard in the hit musical Wicked at the Gershwin Theatre.
Haynie, who plays Olaf in the national tour of the Disney musical, will return to 54 Below for an evening entitled Into the Unknown.
As the Tony winner prepares to sail the Mediterranean with Playbill, find out how he's getting ready for the trip.
The Tony-nominated actress the artistic director of Classical Theatre of Harlem talk about the company's afrofuturistic production of Twelfth Night.
The two-time Tony nominee plays Big Mama in the Off-Broadway revival of the classic Tennessee Williams drama.
Stroker plays Lady Anne in the current Free Shakespeare in the Park production with Washington, who last played Anne on the Delacorte stage, as Queen Margaret.
The Indian American actor chats about why representation really matters.
The Black Mirror actor talks about playing the grieving Shakespearean prince at Off-Broadway’s Park Avenue Armory.
Burroughs plays Ike Turner in the Tony-nominated musical, which concludes its run in August at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.
The actor discusses succeeding Tony winner André De Shields as Hermes in the Tony-winning musical Hadestown.
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