Close Login Box
The song is the first single from Menzel’s new album Drama Queen, available August 18.
See the nominees for the 76th Annual Tony Awards meet the press.
This month’s new releases include a collection of essays from Andrew Rannells and a book of Broadway-themed cocktail recipes.
The Bad Cinderella choreographer used to be asked, "what are you?" Now she's made diversity part of her ethos.
The two talk playing Elphaba and Glinda on Broadway, after playing Anna and Elsa in Frozen.
Look back on Playbill's recent video series, with performances from Caroline Innerbichler, Jordan Donica, and the Hunks.
How actor Leah Sprecher created a viral TikTok and Instagram persona.
New releases for this month include a romance novel set in Broadway’s Golden Age, a Sam Shepard biography, and a look at Barbra Streisand’s recording career.
He's in Parade. She's in Shucked. And they're getting married this weekend.
In this Playbill exclusive, the dancers perform an athletic routine, while Hunter explains how she choreographed it.
This song is traditionally performed by Guenevere in the classic Lerner and Loewe musical, but it's now been changed for the Broadway revival.
Innerbichler plays the lead in the new musical and gave Playbill an exclusive performance.
Celebrate Women’s History Month with a complete list of women who created shows this season—including directors, composers, choreographers, writers, and designers.
The one-night-only live streamed event donated proceeds to The Trevor Project to benefit LGBTQ+ youth.
These March releases include a children's book from Leslie Odom, Jr. and Nicolette Robinson; Seth Rudetsky's Musical Theatre for Dummies; and a Sheryl Lee Ralph memoir.
Beginning March 6, the series includes works from playwrights Lloyd Suh and Dave Harris.
Perfect for a theatre-loving valentine or a bookworm's night in, these new releases include the story of Shuffle Along's cultural impact and an Oscar Hammerstein II biography.
The district superintendent cited "vulgarity" in the "dialogue and song lyrics" that are “not suitable for our preteen and teenage students."