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The holiday engagement begins in December at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center.
After a limited run in Boston, the theatrical concert experience will arrive at Broadway’s Hudson Theatre in October.
The musical, with a trailblazing creative team, is planning a Broadway premiere in 2021 in celebration of the series’ 50th anniversary.
The November concerts will be held at the Sheldon Concert Hall.
The musical will make its Manhattan debut in February 2020.
The play examines the emotional, intellectual, and sexual dynamics between a gay married couple in an open relationship.
The musical, based on the film of the same name, is directed and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell.
Dishmantled is from the creator and executive producer of the hit Food Network series Chopped.
Michael Unger will direct the tour, which celebrates the 70th anniversary of the Peanuts comic strip.
Chet Walker directs the new musical by Douglas J. Cohen and Howard Marren.
The new musical has a score by Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo and a book by Bradley Bredeweg.
The November conversation is part of the League of Professional Theatre Women’s 37th season of programming.
Stephen Cole and Matthew Martin Ward’s new musical will debut in October.
Tony nominee Michael Arden directs the Tony-winning revival, which launches its tour in October.
Erica Schmidt will direct the production at the Daryl Roth Theatre.
Park is also scheduled to return to Broadway later this season in Grand Horizons.
Stephen Edlund directs with choreography by Tony winner Sergio Trujillo.
Performances will begin in September at the Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival.
The free lunchtime concert series concludes August 15 in the midtown park.
Performances of the William Finn and James Lapine musical begin August 30.
The two new musicals ended their runs August 11.
The Joe DiPietro-David Bryan musical ended its extended world-premiere run at La Jolla Playhouse in April.
The Barnes & Noble event will feature performances and a CD signing.
The new musical, which was seen Off-Broadway and on tour, will play the Longacre Theatre.
Performances of the Tony-winning musical will begin at the Connecticut venue September 13.
The Virginia theatre company launches its 30th season with its 30th production of a Stephen Sondheim musical.
Bill Castellino directed the production at the Theatre at St. Clement’s.
The international hit musical plays the Gielgud Theatre.
American Songbook Association’s tribute to Fiddler on the Roof’s Harnick will be presented September 16.
Performances will begin September 5 at A.R.T./New York Theatres.
The North American tour will resume September 20 in Utica, New York.