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The two titles were slated to play the Houston venue this spring prior to the coronvirus pandemic.
The New York City-based drag queen channeled the Tony winner in this season’s “Snatch Game” challenge.
While they can't perform on Broadway at the moment, they have an inspirational message for theatre lovers.
The Broadway powerhouse was born on this day in 1953.
Sick of staying at home? Let this "Home" cheer you up.
The revival was slated to begin April 23 at the London Coliseum.
The New York City venue has put all programming through July 25 on hold.
Chicago-area venues have been forced to readjust their performance schedules as theatres across the country go dark.
Revisit Mauzey's hilarious performance in Broadway's Cry-Baby, co-written by the late Adam Schlesinger.
The musical is searching for a global digital chorus for a new video as the coronavirus pandemic keeps productions closed.
The medley at the 1984 Tony Awards offers something familiar, yet something very, very peculiar.
California has issued a "Shelter in Place" order in an effort to flatten the curve.
The move follows previous cuts to sustain the venue in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The awards, honoring the best of Off-Broadway, remain on schedule, though in a different way.
Celebrate a Rodgers and Hammerstein anniversary with the Tony winner's surprising audition choice.
The company, in the midst of canceling the remainder of its 2019–2020 season, is offering free video streams of previous performances.
The midtown hotspot's #54BelowatHome series kicked off March 25.
The CBS All Access drama, featuring a slew of theatre favorites, returns in April.
The Tony winner bellows her way through a bizarre Marvin Hamlisch and Tim Rice number in the 1981 thriller The Fan.
Nothing about this sketch makes sense. You should watch it immediately.
The country star and one-time Broadway headliner celebrates her birthday March 28.
The star of the original movie had theatrical intentions for the title before Andrew Lloyd Webber musicalized Norma Desmond.
The 25th anniversary staging is billed as “The Farewell Tour.”
The lineup was to begin April 21.
The Tony and Grammy winner starred in her high school production of Funny Girl just a few years before making her Broadway debut.
The 74th annual ceremony will be presented at a later date.
Toast the late, great playwright with Googie Gomez, direct from her Fiddler on the Roof bus-and-truck.
The Connecticut venue still intends to present the world premiere of Anne of Green Gables this summer.
Among his celebrated works were Love! Valour! Compassion!, Master Class, and the books to Ragtime and Kiss of the Spider Woman.
The midtown hotspot's #54BelowatHome series will kick off March 25.
Let everyone else break a sweat doing their at-home exercises—this is one that prioritizes mindfulness and a peach onesie.