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In honor of the artists navigating the pandemic, the popular platform reunited over 90 performers to the theatre district in its portrait series with Michaelah Reynolds.
Persson reflects on some of his favorite theatre photos including Follies, Macbeth, and more.
The production of the Shakespearean drama opened at the Vivian Beaumont Theater March 4, 2004.
Test your theatre knowledge of the Tony-nominated score.
Look back at the 10 most recent productions to play over 100 performances at the venue.
The digital production is set to premiere March 16.
The Tony-winning musical, starring Angela Lansbury and Len Cariou, opened at the Uris Theatre March 1, 1979.
The Carousel and Wicked celebrates her birthday March 1.
The production continues through March 3 in Florida, launching the show’s rolling world premiere.
Theatre photographer Mati Ficara reinterpreted the astrology signs as a project to benefit the Actors Fund.
The groundbreaking musical revue was the first all-Black musical hit on Broadway and helped to usher in the Harlem Renaissance.
From Insecure to The Mandalorian, take a look at what Broadway has been watching during the shutdown.
The revival of the Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine musical opened at the Hudson Theatre February 23, 2017.
In the same year theatres shutdown, his profile skyrocketed. After nearly a decade on Broadway, the stage manager is not just working in theatre—he’s shaping it for the better.
The musical, featuring music and lyrics by Jason Robert Brown and a book by Marsha Norman, opened at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre February 20, 2014.
The Tony-nominated production, directed by Billy Wilson, featured an all-Black cast with Motown-style musical arrangements.
Make your heart melt with Hadestown, The Bridges of Madison County, and more.
The Tony Award–winning costume designer gives Playbill an inside glimpse at her creative process.
Look back at the 10 most recent productions to play the historic venue.
The Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes musical made its Off-Broadway premiere at 37 Arts February 8, 2007.
The two-time Tony Award nominee celebrates his birthday February 5.
Check out the Broadway debuts that gave these television, film, and music stars their launching pad.
The seminal drama, acclaimed for its honest portrayal of the Black experience in America, was the first play by an African-American woman to be produced on Broadway.
Illustrator, writer, and comic artist Arielle Jovellanos shares her showstopping artwork, re-imagining Broadway from stage to page.
The Tony-winning star, known for her distinguished stage and film career, died January 28.
As Jonathan Larson’s seminal musical turns 25, revisit its Tony-winning score.
In honor of the theatre's unsung heroes, take a look back at some of the performers who got their start as swings.