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Use the lyric clues to name the title of the show and the title of the song. (Hint: they're the same.)
The Hollywood-set family drama marks Porter's first foray into television writing.
Raja Feather Kelly's The KILL ONE Race, Zakiyah Alexander's How to Raise a Freeman, and more online offerings this weekend.
Presented by and filmed at Playwrights Horizons, the series transforms the theatre into the set of a macabre reality game show where death is the final prize.
Plus: Participants of Black Theatre United and Williamstown Theatre Festival's BIPOC training initiative have been announced.
Created by singer-songwriter Eleri Ward, the album marries the songs of Stephen Sondheim with the sounds of Sufjan Stevens.
Tony winner Kenny Leon directs the Adrienne Kennedy work, with proceeds benefiting The Actors Fund.
The company will license works centered around teen and young adult characters, with current titles from Paul Gordon, Kristoffer Diaz, Rachel Lynett, and more.
Plus: Friends! The Musical Parody will sit down in NYC this summer before a 52-city tour.
Plus: Tony-winning producer and BroadwayHD CEO and founder Bonnie Comley has been elected board president of The Drama League.
A new Raja Feather Kelly work, Audra McDonald in Ohio State Murders, Victoria Clark in concert, and more online offerings this week.
Halston, Christian Dior, Pierre Cardin, and Isaac Mizrahi all started in the fashion industry but took a turn at Broadway costume design.
The page-to-stage series gives audiences an inside look at the play development process.
Plus: The Lavender Effect kicks off Pride month with a Virtual Pride Parade featuring Alexandra Billings, Betty Buckley, Judith Light, and more.
Jason Danieley in concert with Ted Sperling, a new short play from David Ives, and more online offerings this weekend.
Among the selected writers are Tony nominee Beth Malone, the Indigo Girls' Emily Saliers, and current Dramatist Guild Fellow John-Michael Lyles.
How many Broadway musicals can you identify from clues about their scene-stealing soirées?
Plus: Creative teams for Williamstown Theatre Festival are announced, and applications open for the BMI-Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Librettist Workshop.
The work celebrating the return of summer runs June 18-27.
Plus, Broadway’s Best Shows' Show of Titles streaming concert reschedules to June 13.
The show will feature life-size puppetry and music by The Sherman Brothers.
The Tony Award-winning set designer and architect will donate the royalties from sales to The Actors Fund.
Plus, watch the video for Daniel Quadrino's new single "Feel Your Love."
Plus: 651 ARTS plans a Juneteenth Celebration, and Barbara Barrie releases a podcast.
Sky Pony's The (virtual) Wilderness, MTC's The Niceties, and more online offerings this week.
The program will work with Broadway companies to address racial equity as the industry moves toward reopening.
The annual Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS burlesque fundraiser is directed by Tony winner Jerry Mitchell.
Chuck and Lilli Cooper in concert, Broadway Barks, the Drama League Awards, and more online offerings this weekend.
Plus: CO/LAB Theater Group will present a summer festival of works from its neurodiverse company of actors and supporting artists.
J. K. Simmons and Stephen James also star in the film about labor and race in college sports, based on Adam Mervis' play.
Jason Alexander also appears in the digital production of the 1992 Wendy Wasserstein comedy, directed by Anna D. Shapiro.