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The new musical has delayed its first preview date amid conversations between company members, creatives, and Public Theater leadership.
The September 27 opening night performance marked the first time an opera by a Black composer was presented at the New York house.
The new resource will allow writers to ensure the hiring and casting of individuals from historically underrepresented communities when entering producing agreements.
Speeches reflecting the issues of today's theatrical landscape, tributes to those we hold dear, and lots of pink.
What's already lighting up Times Square, what's waiting in the wings, and what's on the horizon.
Playbill will provide live updates throughout the night as winners are announced at the Winter Garden Theatre.
Marianne Elliott will direct the Mike Bartlett play.
The 74th annual ceremony, presented in two parts, will take place September 26.
The Grammy-winning country star and avid musical theatre supporter succeeds composer Sara Bareilles in the role of Jenna.
The Tony winner talks adapting his libretto for the screen.
Keenan Scott II's play begins performances October 1 at the John Golden Theatre.
New York Theatre Workshop opened its production of Pulitzer Prize winner Martyna Majok’s play September 21.
Broadway’s Back!, hosted by Leslie Odom Jr., will air September 26 following the Paramount+ presentation of most awards.
The honor from the NYC Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment commemorated what would have been the late actor’s 43rd birthday.
Plus: Zora Neale Hurston, Maria Irene Fornes, Pauli Murray and more to be depicted as living monuments in StatueFest.
The cast will also include Olivier nominees Clive Carter and Jason Pennycooke.
Welcome (back) to the show, to the historemix.
The music director has led the orchestra since 2018.
The New York production, starring Will Liverman (soon to appear in the Met's Fire Shut Up in My Bones), will open in 2023.
Terence Blanchard’s work marks the first opera by a Black composer to be performed at the New York institution.
The stage veteran will play Theo, played prior to the coronavirus shutdown by Kyle Dean Massey.
The play, written by and starring Ngozi Anyanwu, opened September 13 at Atlantic Theater Company.
Closed since March 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Tony- and Pulitzer-winning musical returns to the Richard Rodgers Theatre.
The stage adaptation of the Tim Burton classic had closed prematurely in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Atlantic Theater Company production features Anyanwu, Daniel J. Watts, and Xavier Scott Evans.
The New York Theatre Workshop production stars Jasai Chase-Owens, Sharlene Cruz, and Austin Smith.
Alexandra Silber stars in the Paula Vogel play, which was in previews at the venue prior to the coronavirus shutdown.
Tony-nominated composer Sara Bareilles reprises her performance as Jenna.
Tony winner André De Shields, Reeve Carney, Eva Noblezada, and Amber Gray reprise their mythological roles at the Walter Kerr.
The production, featuring Anyanwu, Daniel J. Watts, and Xavier Scott Evans, opens September 13.