From Patti LuPone to Hillary Clinton, here were the most surprising guests who played the role of the "famous Broadway producer."
We created over 100 original videos this year. Here are some of our favorites, including one that received over 43 million views.
A new year, another new batch of works newly open for free adaptation and performance.
The TV movie juggernaut has you covered this holiday season.
The Broadway show has cool-down spaces for audience members who need a breather. Plus, Playbill presents a dictionary of autism-related terms in the show.
What we learned from reading the EGOT winner's autobiography, such as when she asked Stephen Sondheim to change "Send in the Clowns" for her.
With a new staging of Cabaret now on the horizon, where does the Kander and Ebb musical rank on the list?
For Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, learn about the nine Tony nominees of Asian descent.
The new Broadway musical makes handy use of many songs written by John Kander and Fred Ebb. Here's where they're all from.
The festival was the training grounds of Hugh Laurie, Maggie Smith, Judi Dench, and more.
The fan-favorite annual fundraiser queers the musical theatre canon by gender-flipping Broadway show tunes.
These shows’ successes at the festival have catapulted them to stages and screens around the world.
Celebrate Women’s History Month with a complete list of women who created shows this season—including directors, composers, choreographers, writers, and designers.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Broadway’s most romantic and accomplished offstage pairings.
The television trailblazer, who passed away on December 30, 2022, interviewed many theatre legends over the years.
Here are the top 10 most-watched videos from Playbill's Instagram.
The theatre stories our readers were obsessed with this year, and the articles that we most enjoyed working on.
The incredible history behind Broadway’s best writers and their time-honored holiday tunes—not from musicals.
Four of the musical's cast members bring superstar K-pop experience in their Broadway debuts.
From previously unpublished conversations with Stephen Sondheim to a fantasy novel about fairies, these theatre artists offer a range of genres to choose from.
Can you spot all of these callbacks to the original Hocus Pocus while watching the sequel?
From phantoms to flesh-eating plants, Broadway and Off-Broadway have the specters and spectacle to tingle some spines.
For Banned Books Week, take a look at some of the plays and musicals that were deemed too inappropriate for public consumption.
Check out these reads before heading to class this semester.
From thanks and dedications to running jokes and commentary on art, here's what this year's winners had to say.
The legendary performer often highlighted underappreciated musicals on The Judy Garland Show.
See which currently running and upcoming shows give a chance to see work by some of Broadway’s 2022 standouts.
Celebrate the Bard with some (out-of-context) stage directions applied to contemporary situations.
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.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a few of Broadway’s most accomplished pairings.
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