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Mr. Beach originated the role of the chevaleresque candelabra Lumiere in Disney’s inaugural Broadway production, Beauty and the Beast.
The series kicks off with broadcasts of West Side Story and On the Town.
The veteran music director of the original productions of Oliver!, Mame, La Cage aux Folles, and A Chorus Line will go behind the scenes of Broadway’s biggest hits at Feinstein’s…
Gordon Greenberg will direct the new musical, which premieres at San Diego’s Old Globe in September.
The award-winning Broadway veterans are joining forces for five concerts at the midtown venue.
Jones will head to Feinstein’s at the Nikko for two dates in October with Something Beautiful.
The season kicks off in September with Lynch and Kate Flannery making their Carlyle debut with Two Lost Souls.
The Anastasia and Les Misérables star will launch his From Now On tour in January.
A 40-year veteran of Los Angeles premiere arts organizations, Rountree will retire in March 2019.
Tucker takes the stage after reprising her performance as Elphaba in the tenth anniversary London cast of Wicked.
The veteran Broadway actor won a Tony for his show-stopping performance as the flamboyant Roger De Bris in The Producers.
The evening benefiting the Humane Society of New York will honor Seth Rudetsky with the Sandy Fund Award.
Christiani Pitts stars as a woman in control of her own destiny in this contemporary take on a modern legend.
Adkins, who is making his Broadway bow as Dmitry in Anastasia, will make his New York City solo concert debut in August.
The Phantom of the Opera star will join students from the Long Island Musical Theatre Festival for the July 22 concert.
The star of the upcoming Broadway musical Moulin Rouge! will play Marines’ Memorial Theatre in September.
Betsy Morgan and Joseph Taylor return to the revival, which will end its record-breaking run August 26 at the Barrow Street Theatre.
The August 19 concert will celebrate the music of the singer-songwriter behind “What About Us,” “Raise Your Glass,” and “Get the Party Started.”
Kate Buddeke, Adam Langdon, and Deandre Sevon are among the actors who will appear in the one-act play festival.
Silber’s book, which continues the journey of the beloved characters from Fiddler on the Roof, will receive a live reading with Sheldon Harnick, Santino Fontana, Samantha Massell, and …
The union has retained outside counsel to conduct its own investigation into the alleged mistreatment of the performer.
Tony winner Savion Glover directs and choreographs the musical, running July 25–28 at New York City Center.
Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto, Matt Bomer, and Andrew Rannells star in the Broadway premiere of Mart Crowley’s play.
Theatregoers were already in their seats when the show’s producers and star Stephanie J. Block announced that the final performance would not go on.
The complaint states that Theaterpalooza Community Theater Productions, Inc. has presented at least 16 illegal and unlicensed productions.
The Tony nominee will be joined by Billy Stritch for the July 23 concert.
The bio-musical about the entertainment icon ends its out of town try-out at the Oriental Theatre July 15 ahead of a New York arrival this fall.
The doomed luxury liner sinks nightly as part of a season that sets each of its productions on and around bodies of water.
The revival of Tony Kushner’s landmark account of a bewildered nation at the dawn of the AIDS epidemic became the most Tony-nominated play in history.
The groundbreaking series about a group of LGBTQ youth of color who forge a family in New York City’s ball culture scene in the 1980s will return for a second season.
The Broadway opening-night tradition honoring musical ensemble members will be rechristened at the July 26 opening of Head Over Heels.