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The November 20 episode celebrated the 25th anniversary of Disney on Broadway with an entire category of five clues.
Jonathan Groff, Kristen Bell, and Josh Gad spoke up after the late night host tried to steal the lead.
The 18-track holiday album benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
The Tony nominee and voice of Frozen 2’s Olaf does his best to emulate the Rent and Wicked star.
The play begins performances January 25, 2020, at the Wyndham’s Theatre in London.
The Wicked star also revealed the best and worst parts of working on Broadway while on Watch What Happens Live.
The Talking Heads frontman also taught Jimmy Fallon a few Broadway dance moves.
The production opened at the Noël Coward Theatre November 19.
Matthew Warchus will direct Amy Herzog’s Pulitzer Prize finalist at the Old Vic.
The Band Visit’s Zal Owen stars as the engineering genius before he entered the cultural zeitgeist.
Susan Lambert Hatem’s play stars April Armstrong as U.S. President Jimmy Carter.
The Broadway star also set dates for a string of New York City holiday concerts.
The Frozen 2 star sing from the upcoming Disney sequel and her new album Christmas: A Season of Love.
Over a dozen Broadway favorites are bringing their festive concerts to theatres across America this winter.
The musical is inspired by characters featured in the Warner Bros. Vacation film series made famous by Chevy Chase and Beverly D’Angelo.
The Stephen Schwartz song is performed by West End star Luke Brady.
The duo will perform at the finale of Fair Saturday in Quincy, Massachusetts.
The Wicked alums star in the show based on the popular TV series.
The Doug Hughes-helmed production began performances November 6.
The Matthew Lopez play opened November 17, starring Andrew Burnap, John Benjamin Hickey, Samuel H. Levine, and Kyle Soller.
The stars also sat down with Stephen Colbert to talk about Satine’s swinging entrance, the show’s music, and Nicole Kidman.
The gala presentation began November 13 with Solea Pfeiffer and Maia Reficco splitting the title role.
Friends, family, and the theatre community will honor the late 21-time Tony Award recipient.
The Disney musical casts a magic spell over audiences eight times a week.
The piece, written by Stephen Lloyd Helper, will be presented at Manhattan Theatre Club Studios.
The playwright’s book adaptation will follow the Broadway debut of the saga that takes place over 150 years.
The album is released one week ahead of the film’s November 22 debut.
The returning stars will co-host the event after a December 2 evening performance at Broadway’s Brooks Atkinson Theatre.
Co-produced by Michael Urie and Doug Nevin, and directed by Nick Mayo, the festival showcases work by LGBTQ+ artists.
The musical theatre spoof from Gerard Alessandrini is currently running at The Triad.
Performances of the York Theatre Company production begin November 26.