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The Tony Award nominee will celebrate the deluxe re-release with a concert engagement at Feinstein’s/54 Below November 7–9.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child playwright Jack Thorne adapted the Philip Pullman fantasy trilogy for the screen.
The nine-episode series also features the vocal talents of Broadway favorites such as Jay Armstrong Johnson, Hailey Kilgore, and Ali Stroker.
The star of Wicked and The Light in the Piazza will debut his new holiday show in Hollywood December 11.
The December 1 concert at Feinstein's/54 Below will celebrate the music of the composer-lyricist, whose musicals include Where The Sky Ends and Abandoned Heart.
The theatrical concert reunites the Oscar- and Grammy-winning musician with Here Lies Love’s Alex Timbers and Annie-B Parson.
Julia Murney, Jenn Colella, and more will appear in the weekend-long event at New World Stages.
The Tony Award-winning Drowsy Chaperone star shared the stage with an adoptable bulldog at the recent Humane Society concert fundraiser.
The Newsies and Bandstand leading man will play the Sommer Center for Worship & the Performing Arts, in Bronxville, New York.
Playwright Adam Rapp makes his Broadway debut with the psychological thriller that co-stars Will Hochman.
Tony Award winner Christian Borle and Kingsley Leggs also star in the Off-Broadway revival that opened October 17 at the West Side Theatre.
Taye Diggs will also be featured in the upcoming Dia de Los Muertos–themed episode.
The Tony-winning actor returns with an all-new show for the holidays.
Based on the Off-Broadway solo play Empanada Loca, the podcast returns for its second season October 16.
The Hadestown Tony Award winner will be honored alongside Emmy winner Leslie Jordan at the SAGE Awards & Gala later this month.
This week in the life of Seth Rudetsky, Seth shares stories from his New Orleans concert with Beth Leavel, plus some of his favorite Elaine Stritch tales.
The Tony- and Academy Award-winning composer-lyricist and Olivier Award-winning choreographer will be honored at the organization’s November benefit concert.
The annual honor recognizes productions that promote diversity and inclusion through equal opportunity employment and casting.
The latest play from the U.K. troupe behind The Play That Goes Wrong opened October 11 at the Vaudeville Theatre.
The Golden Globe nominee joins Nicole Kidman, Meryl Streep, Ariana Grande, and Andrew Rannells in Murphy’s upcoming Netflix project.
The new comedy from the Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning August: Osage County playwright opens on Broadway October 10.
The sixth production of the hit musical opens in Shanghai this coming May.
Following her sold-out engagement last spring, the star of My Big Fat Greek Wedding is back with an encore performance this November.
The recent My Fair Lady and Hello, Dolly! star will celebrate his birthday with his New York City solo concert debut.
The show, based on the best-selling novel by Steve Kluger, opens the George Street Playhouse's season.
The concert will also feature Jeanna De Waal, Jeanette Bayardelle, and Isabel Santiago.
The Broadway legend’s six-performance engagement runs through October 16.
Nathan Lee Graham, Nick Adams, Michael Cerveris, and Terrence Mann are set for the October 31 concerts.
This year’s event will support the ACLU, The Matthew Shepard Foundation, The National Women’s Law Center, and HIAS.
U.K. drag sensations Baga Chipz and Sheila Simmonds will star in the all-drag makeover that will play six performances at Trafalgar Studios this December.