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The Tom Hooper-helmed film will be released in December 2019.
The Darko Tresnjak-helmed production kicked off the Met’s 2018–2019 season September 24.
The Kenny Leon-helmed production, starring Kerry Washington and Steven Pasquale, begins October 6.
The stage and screen favorite takes on the title role as the Tony-winning revival travels across the country.
The musical adaptation saw a six-figure spike in the week ending September 23.
The Today Show's perennial favorite makes his Broadway debut October 5.
The announcement was made at ETF’s New York benefit event September 23.
The Tony Award winner helms a new staging starring Elīna Garanča and Roberto Alagna.
The two are the first female composers to be commissioned by the Met since its founding in 1883.
The Tony-winning director talks helming the Met’s 2018–2019 season opener, Samson et Dalila.
The two-time Tony nominee will replace John Cariani as Itzik.
The Tony Award nominee died September 13 at 57.
The actor-turned-author weaves lessons from his life on Broadway into the third book for young readers after Better Nate Than Never and Five, Six, Seven, Nate!.
The movie musical from Rob Marshall, also featuring Ben Whishaw, Emily Mortimer, Angela Lansbury, and Meryl Streep, arrives in theatres December 19.
The Jack O'Brien-helmed production stars Tony winner Jessie Mueller and Tony nominee Joshua Henry.
For Bel Canto, a director and a vocal coach came together to make an Oscar winner an opera star—with the help of an actual opera star.
The three-time Tony Award nominee passed away September 13 at 57.
The forthcoming changes, a response to attendance challenges during certain periods, follows an agreement between the Met and its union groups.
The London production transferred to the Theatre Royal Haymarket from The Other Palace.
The one-night only broadcast will take place in October.
“This isn’t about learning from a book; this is about enhancing your life with a cultural experience,” League President Charlotte St. Martin says.
The stage adaptation will first make its world premiere at Washington, D.C.’s National Theatre.
The two will take on the roles of Earl and Dawn in the traveling production beginning in October.
With a series of programs, grants, and initiatives, the American Theatre Wing embraces its activist roots to ensure access and education for a wide range of students.
The Hunter Foster-helmed production begins October 26.
The three-part play will play the Park Avenue Armory in spring 2019.
Mr. Capobianco directed Beverly Sills in a variety of productions, including Giulio Cesare and Donizetti’s “Tudor Trilogy.”
As these two clips—both inspired by statues and monuments—show, theatre and verse come together in the workshop series.
The paperback edition of Harvey Fierstein's seminal play will be released September 25.
The NBC live telecast earned the Emmy for Outstanding Variety Special (Live) September 9.
The York Theatre Company production begins October 2.