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The Boys in the Band star Zachary Quinto directs the live stream of Mart Crowley's sequel to his Off-Broadway hit.
A stacked lineup of Broadway and Off-Broadway stars filled the casts of this year’s developmental readings of 11 new plays encapsulating a beautiful array of LGBTQ+ experiences.
Tony nominee Brandon Uranowitz reveals mishaps and backstage murmurs to clock in the free June 25 broadcast, as well as the importance of this story in our 2020 celebration of Pride.
The director and performer releases his live album Songs From Inside My Locker June 26.
One of the youngest composers to release a full musical recording on a major record label, 16-year-old Elise Marra breaks down the songs in her sixth original musical.
The children’s book author-turned-playwright spins a tale about a queer children’s author who defies his editor, and the consequences that follow.
The Broadway musical and Off-Broadway opera had originally been slated for spring 2020 before being postponed to the fall.
The American Horror Story Emmy nominee and Broadway star directs Mart Crowley's The Men From the Boys for Pride Plays’ June 26 live stream.
The Playbill broadcast of MJ Kaufman’s play, directed by Will Davis, will stream June 27.
The video corresponds with the official launch of the #WeAreNotATrend campaign.
Hamilton’s Chris Jackson and tick, tick...BOOM!’s Andrew Garfield join the vocal wizard to answer Playbill and audience questions.
Announcing final talent additions for Playbill’s Pride Spectacular Concert June 28, 8PM ET!
Take an exclusive listen and download these cut songs to benefit COVID-19 emergency grants through the Dramatists Guild Foundation.
Omar Hantash, Carmen Lobue, and Sophie Sagan-Gutherz examine LGBTQIA+ experiences through cultural and religious lenses worlds apart—from a rooftop in ISIS territory to a Jewish day school…
Announcing additional talent for Playbill’s Pride Spectacular Concert June 28, 8PM ET!
The live stream reading stars the original cast and features a message for the moment from Love.
The Tony Award nominee plays Eddie in the Netflix film, out June 12.
Actor Brandon Michael Nase founded the grassroots organization to respond to complaints of racism in the theatrical workplace and offer financial aid to BIPOC.
The live stream reading will air on Playbill June 12.
After postponing in solidarity with Black Lives Matter, the play will stream as part of Pride Plays.
The pair worked together on the Off-Broadway Second Stage production of the musical co-written by Matthews and Matt Gould.
The star of Hercules, Broadway’s Frozen, and more highlights the necessity of using social media as a tool for Black Lives Matter.
SubCulture released the 2018 performance of the Broadway veteran singing Jason Robert Brown’s powerful ballad.
An alum of shows including Hair, Motown, and City Center’s Songs for a New World, Kilgore calls for white theatrical leaders to “change your mind.”
The Black artist revealed what went on behind the scenes of the musical (formerly Witness Uganda) he co-wrote and starred in Off-Broadway in 2015.
Broadway’s former Cinderella, Scream Queens star, and recording artist is shown on camera begging for the National Guard to join their march.
The star of Broadway’s The Scottsboro Boys, book writer of Summer, and playwright of Dot and more calls on allies to act against racism.
The Black artists start a revolution to hold theatres accountable with regards to Black stories, artists, and more.