April 28, 2015

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2015 Tony Award nominees Kristin Chenoweth and Andy Karl
Joan Marcus
 



How Many Have You Worn? 10 of Broadway's Most Iconic Costumes

You can't have a Broadway show without costumes (and why would you ever want to?). Whether sparkly or simple, historical or contemporary or realistic or fantastical, costumes are a vital part of defining the look of a show and the storytelling of a character.

A History of Casting King and I — Cultural Evolution and Community Action

The King and I, Rodgers and Hammerstein's classic musical currently receiving a revival production by Lincoln Center, has been subject to several casting controversies over the years that ultimately led to an evolution in the way the piece is produced.

Onstage & Backstage: Vanessa Williams Remembers Miss America and Stepping into Spider Woman

A week in the life of actor, radio and TV host, music director and writer Seth Rudetsky.

Michael Jackson and Stephen Schwartz? 10 Surprising Pop Covers of Broadway Songs

Pop and Broadway may seem like a surprising combination to some. But the two fields of entertainment have a long history of overlapping.

Swipe Right! The 14 Broadway Characters Who Should Be On Tinder

Everyone's looking for love — even the characters of Broadway shows. See the Tinder profiles of the most eligible people and puppets on the Great White Way.

A Fine Showmance: How Lisa Kron's Biggest Admirer Became Her Life Partner

As part of our ongoing profiles of theatre couples, Playbill.com sits down with Pulitzer Prize-nominated wives Lisa Kron and Madeline George as the two discuss a lifetime of living and writing together.

Their Favorite Things: Aladdin Tony Winner James Monroe Iglehart Shares His Theatregoing Experiences

Playbill.com's feature series Their Favorite Things asks members of the theatre community to share the Broadway performances that most affected them as part of the audience.

"Love, Courage, Belted High D's" — On the Road to Allegiance's Broadway Bow

As the book writer of Allegiance, a new musical starting previews Oct. 6 at the Longacre Theatre, regular Playbill contributor Marc Acito will provide a first-hand look into the process of bringing a new show to Broadway.


A Night With Janis Joplin - Equity Chorus Call

Pasadena Playhouse

Choice - NYC Appointments

Huntington Theatre Company

Adirondack Theatre Festival - Stage Manager Sought

Adirondack Theatre Festival

If/Then (Tour) - Equity Chorus Call / Singers

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Overlooked By the Tonys: The Stars and Shows That Were Not Nominated

Locked Out of Tony Nominations, Broadway's Living on Love Posts Closing Notice

What Does Mary-Louise Parker Think Of This Year's Tony Hosts?

Hear Their Tears and Laughter! Exclusive Audio of The Best Tony Nomination Reactions

Their First Time! Check Out The Newbies Who Scored Tony Nominations

Schools of the Stars: Where the 2015 Tony Nominees Went to College: The Actors and Actresses

Two Years, 15 Years or a Lifetime of Devotion: Practice Makes Perfect for These Tony Nominees

Meet the Muellers! Jessie, Matthew, Abby and Andrew on Sibling Rivalry and Show Biz

Twitter Talks Tonys! Follow Broadway's Live Feed of the Best Twitter Reactions!

Playbill.com's 2015 Theatre Awards Roundup

Photo Exclusive: A Two-Show Day With the Scene-Stealing Young Lovers of The Visit, John Riddle and Michelle Veintimilla

Schools of the Stars: Where the 2015 Tony Nominees Went to College – The Directors and Creators.

Two Tony Winners Will Host the Tony Awards

Maybe This Time: 7 Multiple Tony Nominees Still Waiting To Enter the Winners Circle

Child Theatre Critic Iain Armitage Weighs in on the Tony Nominations

Harvey Weinstein Reacts to Finding Neverland's Tony Nom Exclusion

Broadway Grosses: April 20-26

Schools of the Stars: Where the 2015 Tony Nominees Went to College: The Designers

Photo Call: Broadway Wakes Up Early as Mary-Louise Parker and Bruce Willis Announce the Tony Noms!

Photo Call: Robert Redford, Jane Fonda and More at the Film Society of Lincoln Center's 42nd Chaplin Award Gala, Red Carpet Arrivals

Cue & A: Something Rotten! Star Brad Oscar on His Early Mentors, Dream Roles and Love of Baseball

Playbill Picks the Breakout Performances of the 2014-15 Broadway Season

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