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Performances continue at the St. Louis venue through August 9.
The three-time Drama Desk Award winner returns to the stage later this month in the final work of Richard Nelson's Rhinebeck Panorama play cycle.
Subtitled My Remarkable Life in Show Business, the new tome will be available from Ballantine Books.
Abigail Barlow and Emily Bear's will also perform in concert later this month in England and New York City.
The film arrives in theatres August 6 and on Amazon Prime Video later this month.
Kathleen Marshall directs and choreographs the production of the Cole Porter classic.
The Off-Broadway production is presented both as a virtual experience and an intimate, immersive theatrical installation.
The movie musical debuts on Amazon Prime Video September 3.
Performances will begin in September at Broadway's Ethel Barrymore Theatre.
The drama will launch MCC Theater's new season October 21.
The tour relaunches August 3 in Dallas.
Mr. Ing also starred in the Broadway revival of Flower Drum Song, featuring a revised book by David Henry Hwang.
The Rodgers and Hammerstein classic begins performances at the outdoor venue July 31.
Oren Jacoby’s film will arrive in New York movie theatres August 20.
Donna Feore will direct and choreograph the new musical from Bandstand creators Robert Taylor and Richard Oberacker.
Lin-Manuel Miranda's Tony- and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical resumes performances September 14 at the Richard Rodgers Theatre.
The production had initially resumed performances July 1 at the Dominion Theatre.
"I am anticipating the butterflies that come with live audiences and the thrill of live reactions!"
The Tony Awards, presented by the Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing, will host a multi-platform celebration September 24.
Producer Eric Krebs will operate the 160-seat house.
Mackenzie Crook will also return to the Jez Butterworth play under the direction of Ian Rickson.
Performances resume at the Lyceum Theatre with 14 new cast members.
Ben Joyce, Adam Bailey, Karl James Wilson, and Benjamin Yates star in the Tony-winning musical.
The staged reading, open to the public, will be presented at Barrington Stage Company in Massachusetts.
The Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu drama begins performances August 4.
The stage and screen star is being honored for her advocacy to raise awareness and funds for the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation.
The intimate theatrical experience will be presented by Arts Brookfield at Manhattan West.
Jack Feldstein and Paul Doust's new musical also features Lena Hall, Jackie Hoffman, and Gavin Lee.
The ten musicals, composed by Loeb and her fellow Brown University alums, will stream to benefit The Actors Fund.