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Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley's daily series benefits The Actors Fund.
The staged concert plays London's Sondheim Theatre with a socially distanced configuration.
Presented by the University of Connecticut, The King and I Tony winner sings a mix of showtunes and holiday favorites.
Plus: People are humming "Someone Gets Hurt" from Mean Girls. Just ask Google.
Everybody gather 'round the table. Dig in—excellence is being served.
The film, based on the Broadway musical, arrives on Netflix December 11.
The interview and fitness series from Coach Joe Rosko dives into fitness, singing and dancing, and life during the pandemic.
Two Black womxn, each receiving a $50,000 commission, will be selected in the inaugural year.
Two Black womxn will be selected in the commission's inaugural year.
The Baby and Miss Saigon star covers tunes by Sara Bareilles, sister Ann Hampton Callaway, and more on Comfort and Joy – An Acoustic Christmas.
The two-hour TV special, hosted by Tina Fey, will air December 10 to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
The show is aiming for a spring 2021 workshop ahead of a West End debut.
The production is currently scheduled to resume performances at the Apollo Theatre December 12.
Vanessa Williams and John Lloyd Young go live, celebrate Ars Nova all day and all night, and more.
The Ovation Award winner can also be heard on the new holiday album Why? Because It's Christmas.
Centerstage With Healthcare Heroes marks a partnership between Playbill and Rothman Orthopaedic Institute.
The 24-hour live stream includes cast reunions for Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 and KPOP.
Audiences visit a high-stakes poker game and a pub in the south of France in the virtual, interactive production.
Steve H. Broadnax III directs Katori Hall's play as a benefit for The Actors Fund.
The RuPaul's Drag Race alums are caught in a murder mystery at the Garrick Theatre.
Listen to Meryl Streep, Andrew Rannells, Ariana DeBose, Nicole Kidman, Jo Ellen Pellman and more sing out ahead of the Netflix film's release.
The character actor appeared on Broadway in Annie Get Your Gun and Come Blow Your Horn, among others.
Plus: A new theatre festival aims to showcase the voices of artists with disabilities.
The Off-Broadway venue will also launch its NYTW Digital Archive.
The adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes’ Tony-winning musical is slated to debut June 18.
The Thoughts of a Colored Man producer wants to create a new theatrical landscape where BIPOC narratives are the norm.
The Tony winner and Oscar nominee will play the 19th century Egbado princess, enslaved by the Dahomey kingdom and ultimately taken in by Queen Victoria as a goddaughter.
Broadway & Beyond: Access for Stage Managers of Color welcomes Tony-winning director Kenny Leon for its first event in December.
The evening will also feature Brian Stokes Mitchell, Josh Groban, and Anna Deavere Smith.