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Caroline Leslie directs Mark Evans' Charles Dickens mashup.
The awards celebrate industry professionals whose achievements contribute to the success of Broadway on the road.
Johnson succeeded Tony winner Myles Frost in the title role of the hit musical April 4 at the Neil Simon Theatre.
Winners will be honored in June at a ceremony at the New York offices of Actors’ Equity Association.
The Tony-winning Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice musical will play two performances at London's Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
Eric Ting directs the world premiere from An Octoroon playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins.
The production of the classic musical plays Leicester's Curve and London's Sadler’s Wells before embarking on a U.K. tour this summer.
The 34th season at the Arlington, Virginia, venue will launch this summer with Jason Robert Brown's The Bridges of Madison County.
Performances will begin this fall at London's Apollo.
The summer concert series at the Massachusetts venue launches in June.
For this Broadway veteran, her performance in Some Like It Hot is all about having a ball and embracing imperfections.
Jonathan Butterell directs Ashley Robinson's adaptation of the intense gay love story.
The duo will play Crazy Coqs and 54 Below.
Max Webster will direct the Shakespeare tragedy.
The tour of the Tony-winning musical is currently playing Los Angeles' Dolby Theatre.
Matt DeAngelis' fundraiser will benefit the Phyllis Newman Women’s Health Initiative.
The hit musical continues at the Neil Simon Theatre.
Tony winner Susan Stroman directs the revised production of the Tony-winning musical following its Chichester engagement.
Danny Robins' thriller transfers from a limited engagement at the Lyric Theatre.
Peter Rothstein directs the classic musical by Dale Wasserman, Mitch Leigh, and Joe Darion.
Seret Scott will direct the reading of Mustapha Matura's new play.
It's been a busy season for the Hamilton Tony nominee, who starred in two of the 2023 Tony nominees for Best Revival of a Musical.
Two students selected by a panel of Broadway judges will subsequently represent the greater New York area at The Jimmy Awards in June.
The Tony-winning musical previously played London in 2018, when it had its pre-Broadway tryout at the National Theatre.
The limited engagement is directed by Theatre East Artistic Director Judson Jones.
Jordan Litz, the show's new Winkie prince, is a former competitive swimmer.
At the Corner of Chinatown and Broadway—Returns! will be held at the Golden Unicorn in June.
The new musical features music by George Fenton, a book by Christopher Hampton, and lyrics by Don Black.
The National Theatre's 1998 production features direction by Trevor Nunn and choreography by Susan Stroman.