The show begins performances February 21 at New York City Center.
The screen version of the 2018 Broadway musical was released digitally February 20.
Plus, the cast and creatives on why the hip-hop play is "spiritual vitamins."
The Monty Python comedy revival continues at Broadway's St. James theatre.
The Broadway-bound show held a special reception at New York City's Plaza Hotel.
The Tony-winning musical continues at the Walter Kerr Theatre.
After two seasons on Peacock, the pop-music comedy has moved to Netflix.
Wood and Darren Criss recently joined the cast of the hit Off-Broadway revival of Little Shop of Horrors.
Also, listen to a new single from the musical, "When Nighttime Falls."
Test your knowledge against the Champions contestants—only one of them answered correctly!
The new musical about a real-life Deaf soldier in World War I is playing the D.C.-area company through March 10.
The show will begin performances February 21 at New York City Center.
Charting the creation of Britain's National Health Service, the new work is directed by Rufus Norris.
The New Jersey theatre has partnered with Grind Arts Company for the new production of the Pulitzer-winning Stephen Sondheim musical.
Mientus joined the Skivvies star for his February 9 concert, I Didn't Recognize You With Your Clothes On.
The contemporary musical theatre duo are giving a voice to women that had previously been silenced throughout history.
The two-time Tony winner is claw-handed again in the upcoming Marvel release.
The upcoming two-part film version of the long-running Broadway favorite musical dropped its first trailer during the 2024 Super Bowl.
The pair made their Broadway debut February 9.
The cast and crew talk about the new musical by Bekah Brunstetter and Ingrid Michaelson.
Amid tense contract negotiations between Universal Music Group and TikTok, the original Glinda has stepped into the fray.
Celebrating the iconic musical theatre writing duo's 80th anniversary, My Favorite Things is screening in U.K. movie theatres and will broadcast in the U.S. on PBS.
The high-flying musical adaptation begins previews February 24, 2024.
The Emmy winner is just now playing Seymour Off-Broadway, but he's been singing Alan Menken-Howard Ashman's songs for years on YouTube.
The Tony Award-winning play's return to Broadway means more now than ever before
The Best Musical Tony winner brought its first act finale to The Kelly Clarkson Show February 6.
Emma Butler will direct the Henry Krieger and Bill Russell musical at the London Palladium.
DiFranco is set to join the cast of the Tony-winning Broadway musical February 9.
The 10th Anniversary Season of the documentary series is currently running on PBS.
Watch the hand-animated video for the project's title song, featuring artwork from Fishback.
The producer, press agent, and knighted lady shares backstage stories, including working with Lena Horne and Bob Fosse.
The musical based on the 1992 film will debut in Chicago with a score by Julia Mattison and Noel Carey and a book by Marco Pennette.
Check out the video clip of the Ain't Too Proud Tony nominee in an upcoming episode of the animated Disney series.
500 New York City public educators were welcomed into the Belasco Theatre February 2.
Gleason previously played a solo engagement at 54 Below directed by his mother, Tony winner Joanna Gleason.
The hit musical continues at the Neil Simon Theatre.
Grande returned to the role of Victor Garber in Titaníque Off-Broadway January 13.
The splashy Neil Patrick Harris-directed revival of the Jonathan Larson musical has dropped some video highlights.
Bakula is currently starring in the new work by Jason Robert Brown Off-Broadway at MCC Theater.
Tyne Daly, Zoe Kazan, and Quincy Tyler Bernstine will challenge the audience in the Broadway revival of John Patrick Shanley’s play.
After 16 years, the former Wicked actor is finally back on Broadway.
They may seem like atypical choices for Sweeney and Mrs. Lovett, but they’re determined to prove you wrong.
Though her stage shows were not filmed, the late performer high-kicked her heels up for the camera at talk shows and the Tony Awards.
Sutton Foster, Nikki Renée Daniels, J. Harrison Ghee, Harriet Harris, Cheyenne Jackson, and more co-star in the revival of the 1959 musical.
The late Broadway actor-singer-dancer received a remarkable three Tonys in a 10-year span.
The musical features the songs of Petula Clark, Lesley Gore, Dusty Springfield, and other 1960s icons.
The Tony-winning production continues its record-breaking run at the Ambassador Theatre.
The new David Yazbek, Erik Della Penna, and Itamar Moses musical follows a real-life outlaw whose dead body becomes a side-show attraction.
Set designer Scott Pask shared a video from rehearsal on Instagram.
Christina Aguilera will executive produce the musical based on her 2010 film with direction and choreography by Nick Winston.
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