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Photos from a season that was cut short, and testimonials from the artists who now call the theatre home.
Emerging musical theatre writers Ethan Carlson, Alexander Sage Oyen, and Matt Copley will all receive studio recordings of their songs.
A look through 25 years of Summerworks, the series that launched What the Constitution Means to Me, Tumacho, and more.
The song is the first track on her solo debut EP, SPACE DAUGHTER, which the Tony nominee conceived, produced, and co-directed.
Check in here for the latest cancellations, hiatuses, and more up-to-date information.
The Sacramento season was set to feature The Color Purple, Kinky Boots, and more.
The conversations, featuring Zachary Quinto, Kathleen Chalfant, and more, will be available online, along with unplugged living room concerts from Grace McLean, Eisa Davis, and others.
Will Roland will also return to join fellow Dear Evan Hansen alums Andrew Barth Feldman and Alex Boniello.
The composer of Cry-Baby and the upcoming The Bedwetter and The Nanny musicals, died April 1 of COVID-19 related causes.
The short pieces are available to be downloaded online (and performed!) at home.
The March 30 free online reunion reading of 'Tis Pity She’s a Whore was called off at the final hour.
A list of remote classrooms, virtual craft and dance workshops, celebrity bedtime stories, and much more.
Plus previews of the audio platform's latest offerings, including the Broadway double-bill Sea Wall / A Life and Margaret Trudeau's solo show.
The #Enough contest, open for middle and high school students across the country, is now accepting submissions.
The monologues, written by Lydia Diamond, David Cross, and others, dropped March 31.
Artistic Director Davis McCallum plans to move ahead with programming, with flexible ticketing offered in the case of an eventual postponement.
The national award, whose inaugural recipient was Tim J. Lord, comes with a two-year residency and a combined value of $55,000.
The monologues, written by Lydia Diamond, David Cross, and others, drop March 31.
The benefit streaming platform also adds Celia Keenan-Bolger, James Monroe Iglehart, and more to its lineup.
The recording, starring Kristen Johnston, Steven Weber, Missy Yager, and Hugo Armstrong, will be available for free through April.
Traditionally hosted in The Public's lobby, the performance piece (and work session) will be streamed via HowlRound.
The National Geographic series, about the late music legend Aretha Franklin, was set to drop May 25.
Schramm, who was seen in Finian's Rainbow, Bedroom Farce, and NBC's Wings, was a founding member of The Acting Company.
Season 4's 'Chapter Seventy-Four: Wicked Little Town' was scheduled to air April 8.
Ailey All Access will feature screenings of full-length works, dance classes, original short films, and more.
National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene continues its online programming in response to restrictions imposed by COVID-19.
This June, the Educational Theatre Association will launch the first-ever virtual festival in light of the pandemic.
The 85th season, under the leadership of Nataki Garrett, will now kick off after Labor Day with a little over half of its original programming.
Lincoln Center at Home features pop-up classrooms, an online puppet workshop, kids concerts, and more.
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