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The musical recently won eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical.
Carney returns after two sold-out concerts at the venue earlier this year.
The dreams and desires of everyday Londoners are set in song as a £5 note makes its way through the city.
The 1964 single “Oh, Pretty Woman” became synonymous with the 1990 Richard Gere-Julia Roberts film.
Granet most recently served as Acting President of Lincoln Center.
Ann Harada, Dean Nolen, and David Wohl star in the new Rob Ackerman play that opens June 18.
Emma Grimsley will join principal cast members Derrick Davis and Jordan Craig in the new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's long-running hit.
The world premiere musical opened Off-Broadway June 17.
Places! The Kristin Chenoweth Experience will launch July 14 at The Hollywood Bowl.
Jackie Sibblies Drury's drama about race, privilege, and surveillance opened Off-Broadway June 16.
Jennie Livingston’s landmark documentary about Harlem’s drag ball scene in the 1980s has been newly restored by Janus Films.
The Tony-winning Parade and Bridges of Madison County composer-lyricist will perform from his new album, How We React and How We Recover.
The international stage and screen star is currently touring to 80 venues across the U.K.
The Atlantic Theater Company world-premiere features a book by Pulitzer winner Lynn Nottage and a score by Tony winner Duncan Sheik and Susan Birkenhead.
They join the previously announced Alice Ripley, Tony Yazbeck, Kate Shindle, and Betsy Wolfe for the July 8 concert of the Stephen Sondheim–James Lapine musical.
The real-life couple, who met while appearing together in the Broadway revival of Hair, will co-star in the first national tour that’s set to launch in fall 2020.
The slate also includes a stage adaptation of Neil Gaiman's The Ocean at the End of the Lane and the U.K. premiere of Annie Baker’s The Antipodes.
The Smash and American Idol alum plays her final performance June 15 after opening the London production of Sara Bareilles’ Tony-nominated musical.
The production is based on the best-selling novel and the DreamWorks film.
The cast and creative team create and perform an original, two-act musical at every performance.
The pop icon was in the audience for the first performance after Block won a Tony Award.
Tony winner Kenny Leon directs the production that opened June 11 at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park.
Matthew Warchus will direct the new play by Duncan Macmillan that is set to debut in October.
Sets in the City includes songs by Stephen Sondheim, Stephen Schwartz, Billy Joel, Jason Robert Brown, Irving Berlin, and more.
The production will also star Lauren Zakrin and Rema Webb.
The two-time Tony Award winner and star of TV’s Younger will perform selections from her recent album Take Me to the World.
The Broadway stars will appear in concert on Ocean City New Jersey’s Music Pier.
The Olivier-nominated comedy from the creators of The Play What Goes Wrong is now in its third year at the Criterion Theatre.
The six-time Tony Award winner will head to Massachusetts for a series of Labor Day weekend concerts.
The popular concert series is also set to make its London debut at the Other Palace Theatre this summer.
The Playbill Pride piano is located in Christopher Park, just outside the historic Stonewall Inn.