The actor has been listening to the famed singer since he was 3 years old; now Swenson is playing Diamond in A Beautiful Noise.
The stage and screen star plays a salt truck driver in the new play from Will Arbery.
iTheatrics' annual event brings youth groups from around the world together in Atlanta for a weekend celebration of theatre.
The new Jennifer Lawrence film stars Tony nominee Brian Tyree Henry and is overseen by theatre director Lila Neugebauer.
Casting director Jamibeth Margolis recounts the process of assembling a cast of performers to speak and sing in Yiddish for the Off-Broadway hit.
The comedian ponders the absurdity of existence in his fifth solo show, The Old Man and the Pool.
The Paradise Square Tony nominee stars opposite Emmy winner Jim Parsons in the Classic Stage Company production.
Fresh off of Girl From the North Country, Winningham is now starring opposite Jim Parsons in A Man of No Importance, and realizing folk musicals are her specialty.
Town Hall hosted the 22nd annual event November 21.
The creative team for the Off-Broadway play explains the big moment in the show that's gotten them applause every night.
Use this COVID-19 protocols checklist before heading to the theatre so you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the show.
When both an actor and an understudy were out sick, McGlinchey had to quickly step in to play the Unsinkable Molly Brown.
The cast and creators of the new Broadway musical share their favorite lines, and respond to the show's critics.
Narayan, who currently stars in the all-Asian Off-Broadway production of A Delicate Balance, also recalls how he pranked Katrina Lenk in Company.
She wanted to write a historically accurate version of The Crucible, then it became something completely different.
The Amour Tony nominee explains in a personal essay how one word can affect a singer's entire interpretation of a song.
Four of the musical's cast members bring superstar K-pop experience in their Broadway debuts.
Why she felt the need to defend the new Off-Broadway production against its critics, especially The New York Times.
And in her Off-Broadway solo show Where We Belong, she wants people to stop doing redface.
The two men chat with Playbill about their work on the groundbreaking musical, now celebrating 25 years on Broadway.
The pair tells us how they bring an unlikely love story to the stage in the new Jeanine Tesori-David Lindsay-Abaire musical.
In a first for Broadway, the show's program is partially in Korean.
And she has stories.
The two play competitive brothers in Suzan-Lori Parks' Pulitzer-winning Broadway play.
The beloved actor discusses how her site-specific production of Joan Didion’s The Year of Magical Thinking is like doing LSD.
The two screen stars studied August Wilson in school. Now they’re performing in his play on Broadway.
Into the Woods celebrates its 35th anniversary November 5. Playbill catches up with Broadway’s current cow as white as milk.
The Disney musical celebrates its 25th anniversary November 13. Below, the orchestra members talks playing "Circle of Life" again (and again and again).
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 idol used her experience in the music industry to develop her performance for the stage musical.
The third-annual event, which will also stream on Playbill, is set for NYC's Sony Hall.
What to watch at home this month from Disney+, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Apple TV+, and more.
Mother-daughter team Dara and Sterling Biegert take creative cosplay to a whole new level.
Can you spot all of these callbacks to the original Hocus Pocus while watching the sequel?
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.
Though many people know the Arthur Miller classic, this moment in American history has received plenty of attention onstage.
The two actors return to Broadway in Arthur Miller’s acclaimed work.
"After these two years, there is this heightened need for joy and escape, and Aladdin provides just that and more."
Meet the television and film actors making their Main Stem debuts this fall.
Park takes on ambition, stereotypes, and Shakespeare in her play about killer twins pursuing their dreams of attending an elite college.
Playing John Adams and John Dickinson in the current revival, these revolutionaries are giving a fresh perspective on an old event.
Fergie Phillipe, Mason Alexander Park, Jenna Leigh Green, and Justin Matthew Sargent shared Broadway show pitches, casting stories, and more.
The rising-star non-binary composer is joined by vocalists Jonathan Christopher, Blu Morpho, and Maya Sharpe.
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.
The member of Haliwa-Saponi tribe talks about bringing her own culture to her role as a founding father in the musical revival.
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