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The installation, with creative direction by Tony Award nominee David Korins, opened in its New York premiere at Pier 36 June 8.
We asked, you answered: Take a look at the queer characters that have moved you on the stage and beyond.
The annual burlesque fundraiser, directed by Tony winner Jerry Mitchell, is set to go virtual June 20.
The virtual production—part-documentary, part-theatre, part-reality TV game show—continues through June 12.
The event, featuring Adrienne Warren, Tituss Burgess, and more, was celebrated in Central Park June 7.
The non-profit organization hosted Let’s Get This Show on the Street in Times Square June 5.
Ahead of the premiere of Loki on Disney+, check out the MCU performers with Main Stem credits.
Look back at highlights of the Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS fundraiser, which will be virtual (again) June 20
The drive-in movie theatre experience, featuring live musical performances in sync with the 1980 film, opened at Radial Park May 27.
The arts organization partnered with BC/EFA for a Pride photo shoot with photographer Shani Hadjian.
The actors discuss their experiences in the beloved Jason Robert Brown musical, the push for change in the theatre industry, and more.
Ahead of the September ceremony, revisit the shows vying for Best Musical, Best Play, and Best Revival of a Play.
Photographer Michaelah Reynolds gathered ensemblists from the Best Musical nominees for a glam photo shoot in honor of the theatre community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ahead of the movie’s June 11 release, take a look at the actors starring in the screen adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes’ Tony-winning musical.
The groundbreaking show opened at the 63rd Street Musical Hall May 23, 1921, becoming the first all-Black musical hit on Broadway.
The film adaptation of the Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes musical will arrive in theatres and on HBO Max June 11.
DassonVogue creator Greg Dassonville chatted with Playbill to unpack his latest creative project with the Broadway community, navigating the pandemic, and more.
The drag queen murder-mystery comedy returned to the West End May 19.
The underwear-clad band played two sold-out shows at The Green Room 42 May 14.
With some shows gearing up to resume performances in September, look back at these shots honoring the joy of making live theatre.
From Natasha’s coat from The Great Comet to Beetlejuice’s suit, check out Playbill readers' favorite theatre costumes.
The musical comedy opened at the Circle in the Square Theatre May 2, 2005.
Mean Girls star Riza Takahashi and photographer Rebecca J. Michelson welcomed 30 AAPI theatremakers for a celebratory photo shoot in Washington Square Park.
The multimedia performance art piece is set to begin in-person performances at New York City’s Liberated Fitness May 1.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning musical opened at the Nederlander Theatre April 29, 1996.
Harlan reflects on some of his favorite theatre photos including August Wilson’s Two Trains Running; Tina: The Tina Turner Musical; and more.
The Tony-nominated musical opened at the Winter Garden Theatre April 25, 2019.
The Tony-nominated musical opened at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre April 24, 2016.
The underwear-clad band played their first in-person show since the pandemic April 16 at The Green Room.