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The new show about Tina Turner began previews October 12 at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.
Original director Des McAnuff will helm the new production, slated to open in 2021.
Performances will begin November 22 at the Menier Chocolate Factory.
A host of Broadway and Disney favorites will toast the Oscar-winning pair at Carnegie Hall.
The Little Mermaid and Phantom of the Opera duo will reunite at the November 11 event.
The stage veteran returns to the Great White Way to play Eliza.
Proceeds from the concert will benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
The reimagining of Gian Carlo Menotti’s one-act opera will play at Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen December 4-8.
Much of the original Broadway cast, including Tony nominees Ethan Slater and Gavin Lee, will reprise their performances for the small screen.
Hadestown Tony winner Rachel Chavkin directs, following the show's 2018 world premiere at Williamstown Theatre Festival.
The musical, directed by Tony winner Rachel Chavkin, will play Massachusetts' American Repertory Theater beginning December 3.
Current Associate Artistic Director Adam Greenfield will take the reins of the Off-Broadway company.
The stage favorite will take on the role of Fanny Brice in the Théâtre Marigny production beginning November 7.
Tony and Olivier Award nominee Adrienne Warren takes on the rock-and-roll superstar in the musical.
Smile will explore the playwright's decade-long journey after being diagnosed with the condition.
The musical features a book by Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage.
The musical, currently starring Jordin Sparks, continues at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre through January 5, 2020.
The stars and creative team of Tina: The Tina Turner Musical discuss the music icon ahead of their Broadway bow.
The Disney Channel favorite makes her Los Angeles Opera debut as Clara Johnson in the Adam Guettel and Craig Lucas musical.
The staging stars J. Quinton Johnson, Isabelle McCalla, Michael Park, Rebecca Luker, and Judy Kuhn.
The director comes to the London company after serving as director of opera at Norwegian National Opera & Ballet.
The theatrical concert plays the Hudson Theatre after a recent Boston engagement.
The live presentation will air November 5 on ABC.
The Tony Award winner writes and stars in this emotional story about Bella Abzug—the would’ve-been first female U.S. Senator and dear friend.
Having won the Olivier for Best New Play, Lopez shepherds his two-part play to the Broadway.
The Tony Award winner will headline the new, gender-bent version of the Stephen Sondheim musical.
The No Strings and Julia star was the first black woman to win the Tony for Best Actress in a Musical.
The Jimmy Award winner stars as queen bee Regina George in the Broadway musical.
The Off-Broadway-bound actor reprises her work from the film by fellow Hamilton alum Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal.
The opera star has served as general director of the West Coast company since 2003 and was slated to sing the Duke of Nottingham in Roberto Devereux this season.
The operatic soprano, who showcased a mastery of myriad styles throughout her career, died September 30.