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From now A-listers like Sarah Jessica Parker and Ariana Grande to the kids who originated Broadway’s most famous young roles (Gavroche, Chip, Matilda), find out where these child actors ar…
From new musicals like Mrs. Doubtfire and Flying Over Sunset to revivals of Tony-winning plays like Take Me Out, here’s what’s coming to Broadway in the new year.
The real-life couple will star in Simon Stone’s contemporary take on the Euripides tragedy in Brooklyn.
The three-week festival at the University of Michigan will feature three timely productions.
The Tony Award-winning revival continues its run at the Circle in the Square Theatre.
Martin Crimp’s adaptation of Edmond Rostand’s 1897 play opened at the Playhouse Theatre December 6.
The Fun Home actor plays a villain named Victor Skovic in the December 6 episode.
The musical continues at London's Charing Cross Theatre.
See who has recently joined the team at major theatre and arts institutions around the world.
For the first time in his career, the actor takes on two roles not defined by their Deafness.
The Tony nominee stopped by LIVE With Kelly and Ryan to discuss her upcoming turn in My Name Is Lucy Barton.
The Tony and Grammy nominee will return to the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, where Katharine McPhee currently stars as Jenna.
The Hamilton Tony nominee will play a police detective in the upcoming series.
The Broadway and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel alum will bring his holiday concert Let Your Heart Be Light to the stage December 17.
The musical adaptation of David Walliams’ 2008 children’s book features songs by pop star Robbie Williams.
The Spring Awakening alums will take the stage at the December 8 event honoring Diana DiMenna and Tom Hulce.
The Tony- Emmy-winning Pose star will host the New Orleans countdown.
See the blinding snowstorm that finishes the show, currently playing the Stephen Sondheim Theatre.
Theatre for a New Audience's production of the 1977 play opened November 24.
The two will star in the film from fellow Broadway alum and first-time feature director Fran Kranz.
See who has recently joined the team at major U.S. theatre and arts institutions.
Jack Thorne’s version of the Charles Dickens holiday tale plays the Lyceum Theatre.
The Tony Award nominees joined a host of Broadway alums for a one-night-only performance at the National Dance Institute.
The event will benefit anti-domestic and sexual violence organization RAINN.
She most recently served as director of development at Abingdon Theatre Company.
The immersive theatrical experience is back by popular demand in Los Angeles this holiday season.
The three-time Drama Desk nominee will play songs from her Off-Broadway hit KPOP, as well as new tunes.
The event is open to anyone in the theatre community, and is themed "Greening 101: Back to Green Basics."