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The intimate solo concert from the Grammy-Award-winning rock icon will air on Netflix December 16.
Paddy Considine, Sharon D. Clarke, and Bel Powley are among the cast.
Sinise will reflect on his book Grateful American: A Journey from Self to Service at the February event.
A diverse range of artists and styles grabbed our attention this year.
The nine-time Emmy Award-winning fashion designer, who has dressed Cher, Diana Ross, RuPaul, and Rihanna, will join Fern Mallis January 29.
The intimate cabaret performance will honor New York Pops Music Director Steven Reineke at Feinstein’s/54 Below.
Ten-time Tony Award nominee Graciela Daniele will receive the TDF Founders Award at the March event at Gotham Hall.
The annual awards recognize the extraordinary work of young professionals in the fields of acting and dance.
Robert Townsend and Keenen Ivory Wayans are adapting the film about a musical group during the rise of Motown.
The famed entertainer returns to New York City with an evening of cherished holiday songs and stories.
The movie-musical sequel to the 1964 classic is due in theatres December 19.
The Lion King and Aida star will headline A Celebration of Love and Peace on August 24.
The veteran music director has returned to conduct the long-running musical after Leslie Stifleman steps down.
The Tony Award-winning actor will make her London debut in June.
The acclaimed and otherworldly work by the late trailblazing musician will make its Dutch premiere October 13 at the DeLaMar Theater.
The 2019 season at the Hope Mill Theatre will also see the U.K. premiere of a new version of Rags.
The actors will join Rudetsky for his popular Broadway @ Leicester Square Theatre series.
The Tony-nominated performers will play the midtown music hot-spot in the coming weeks.
Tony winner Jerry Mitchell directs the musical featuring a book by Tony winner Rick Elice that premieres at the Paper Mill Playhouse in January.
The limited engagement ends its run December 17 at the Marquis Theatre.
All tickets to the special performance will be free for theatregoers aged 25 and under.
They replace outgoing cast members Judy Kaye and Max von Essen, who depart the Ahrens and Flaherty musical in the coming weeks.
The Tony Award nominee will play the Marlene Boll Theater in May.
White is currently represented Off-Broadway with What to Send Up When It Goes Down.
The concert will take place December 10 at The Green Room 42.
The star of Jelly’s Last Jam and Caroline, or Change will join Brad Simmons for a December 16 holiday concert.
The Wicked and Lempicka star, soon to be seen in the national tour of Falsettos, will play Sony Hall in January.
The two-time Tony Award winner will appear at Feinstein’s at the Nikko in March.
The December 9 gala honors Ken Olin and Patricia Wettig and outgoing NYSAF Artistic Director Johanna Pfaelzer.
His enduring 1977 Broadway production of Dracula, designed by illustrator Edward Gorey, earned a Special Tony Award in 1978.