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Adam Kantor will direct the Broadway stars in an evening of title songs at Feinstein's/54 Below.
The production, helmed by The Waverly Gallery director Lila Neugebauer, will premiere at Ars Nova at Greenwich House in March.
The annual event brings new and leading voices to share ideas with theatre insiders and fans.
The Tony winner recently brought together several fellow Broadway stars to support families separated at the border.
The Hamilton creator will appear as a rival with a strong connection to Melissa Fumero’s character, Amy.
The film, debuting June 7 in movie theatres, take a look at the life and artistry of the late operatic tenor Luciano Pavarotti.
Your chance to celebrate true love this month includes tickets to one of Broadway’s hottest shows and a meal at the Palm West Side.
Performances will begin March 16 at 59E59 Theaters.
The performance, filmed at London’s Royal Opera House, will screen across the U.S. February 19.
The Southwark production of Maury Yeston and Peter Stone's musical will play Moscow, Munich, and more.
Julia Murney, Alex Wyse, and Brittney Johnson are among those who will appear in the March 18 event.
Belafonte's myriad hits include "The Banana Boat Song" (known to many as "Day-O"), "Matilda," and "Jump in the Line."
Steppenwolf Theatre Company, First Folio, the Goodman, and many more venues will offer discounted tickets from February 7-17.
The Tony nominee can currently be seen on screen in If Beale Street Could Talk.
Rice's adaptation of the Angela Carter novel was the first production from her new theatre company with London's Old Vic, also named Wise Children.
The co-creators and stars were honored for their writing and performances in the series.
The musical comedy will begin Off-Broadway previews May 7.
The show by magician David Kwong sold out in January and will continue its run at the High Line Hotel.
Groups can compete for theatre tickets and more prizes at the February event.
Adam Kantor will direct Show of Titles: An Evening of Title Songs from Musicals Remembered and Forgotten at Feinstein's/54 Below.
The showcase will be hosted by four-time Tony-winning producer Ron Simons at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem.
The annual ceremony, which celebrates the best of theatre in New York, will be held at The Town Hall.
The pageant-set comedy, written by Wilkas and Mark Setlock, will begin performances in February.
The live album, featuring the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus, will be released in February.
Amy Staat’s new play, about ‘80s rock legend Van Halen, flips the script by telling the story with female drag performers.
The concert will highlight famous musicals from 1928 and 1935.
Richard Eyre will direct the Menier Chocolate Factory production.
Christian Borle and Celia Keenan-Bolger aren’t the only heavyweights to come out of this cast.