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Jonathan Groff, Tammy Blanchard, and Tony winner Christian Borle will headline the new production.
Broadway alum Danielle Wade will play Cady Heron, joining previously announced Mariah Rose Faith, Megan Masako Haley, Jonalyn Saxer, and Mary Kate Morrissey.
The musical heads to the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Massachusetts, as part of its journey to New York City.
The Blonds will debut their spring line at the musical’s Broadway home.
The women detailed multiple accounts that date back to the late 1980s.
Many cast members of the play's Off-Broadway premiere will reprise their performances this fall.
The solo show from the Nanette star continues its run at the Daryl Roth Theater.
A national tour, novel adaptation, and Netflix movie are next for the musical comedy.
The musical from Joe Iconis and Joe Tracz opened in March.
The play explores a mother’s reaction after her daughter becomes the victim of a sexual assault.
The stand-up show continues at the Cherry Lane Theatre through August 18 before moving to a nearby theatre.
Some theatres went under lockdown as tensions ran high in the theatre district.
The Lewinsky- and Ryan Murphy-produced limited series will also star Tony winner Annaleigh Ashford and Sarah Paulson.
The pop musical will take the stage on three cruise liners.
The jukebox musical continues its run at New World Stages.
The new musical adaptation of the 2001 movie grossed just shy of $2 million in the week ending August 4.
The live event will hit the small screen November 5.
The Bess Wohl play heads to Second Stage Theater following its world premiere at Williamstown Theatre Festival.
The Illusionists—Magic of the Holidays will play the Neil Simon Theatre, currently home to The Cher Show.
The history lesson-meets-pop concert concluded its U.S. premiere run at Chicago Shakespeare Theater August 4.
The Tony- and Olivier-winning play will begin at the Curran Theater in October.
The Villain Kids are back in the new sequel.
The musical will open the Old Globe’s 2019–2020 season in San Diego.
The U.K.-born hit makes its U.S. premiere in Chicago before heading to Cambridge, Massachusetts; New York is next.
The 21-time Tony-winning director and producer died at 91 July 31.
The recent Ink star will appear alongside Rufus Sewell and Kaya Scodelario in the two-part drama, which will also feature Olivier winner Sheila Atim.
The theatre-tinged music festival returns for the fifth consecutive year this fall.
With two stars, two monologues, and only two previews so far, Broadway’s newest arrival is poised to join the box office frontrunners.
Florian Zeller's work, translated by Christopher Hampton, will play Manhattan Theatre Club in the fall.
The pop-up museum packs up early as the musical continues in the Windy City through the end of the year.