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The free concert series takes place on summer Tuesdays in Times Square.
The jokey number comes ahead of Sea Wall/A Life beginning previews at the Hudson Theatre July 26.
The Glee and Spring Awakening veteran will spread holiday cheer on the small screen.
The production will begin at the Duke of York’s Theatre November 9.
The play begins previews at the Bridge Theatre September 14.
The short play festival returns this summer.
See who has recently joined the team at major theatre and entertainment institutions across America.
Will Smith, Mena Massoud, and Naomi Scott all participated in a medley of songs from the recent live-action remake.
Playbill ClubSEATS is giving away two tickets to see the musical before it closes August 11.
The production runs at Connecticut's Goodspeed through September 1.
The pieces will be presented at Theatre Row September 19–November 24.
The newest installation of the Ryan Murphy anthology series will also include Emma Roberts, Gus Kenworthy, Billie Lourd, and Leslie Grossman.
Writers don't only musicalize your favorite films—some of them come to the stage without songs and dances, including these shows.
Past honorees have included Isaac Gomez, R. Eric Thomas, and Pulitzer Prize winner Martyna Majok.
The Betrayal star's new work will run this fall in a Hackney Showroom presentation.
The Off-Broadway premiere, also directed by Whitfield, begins performances August 29.
The presentation of Maria Irene Fornes’ musical runs July 10–11 as part of Encores! Off-Center series at New York City Center.
Obie-winning playwright Rajiv Joseph is among the artists who will participate in panels to support screenwriters.
The Edinburgh Theatre Festival co-production runs in London through October 8.
The song will also appear on the companion album The Lion King: The Gift, out July 19.
The two-week event, founded by producer Ken Davenport, aims to give burgeoning artists a platform to stage their shows in New York City.
Michael Campayno, Emily Koch, and more will perform in a concert presentation of the show at Feinstein’s/54 Below.
The Hello, Dolly! star stopped by Live with Kelly and Ryan to talk about recent concerts and the SPCA of Westchester.
A total of $1.65 million was awarded this year to six individuals for their outstanding contribution to theatre.
The fellowship, founded by Harold Prince, is a one-year program aimed to develop producers’ creative skills and talent.
The new venue, set to open in August, is spearheaded by Artistic Director Paul Taylor-Mills.
The singer performed with winner Diana Rouvas during the show's finale.
Kate del Castillo stars in the solo show, presented by Audible at Minetta Lane Theatre.
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS’ Care-Tix program offers audiences great seats and the chance to help others.
Encores! Off-Center’s production of María Irene Fornés’ absurdist musical plays July 10–11 at New York City Center.
The musical, by María Irene Fornés and Al Carmines, runs July 10-11 at New York City Center.