Bring authentic, Broadway-quality Playbill programs to your local production or special event.
From Natalie Portman to Andrew Barth Feldman, we take a look at some of the actors who had their debuts on Broadway before they even had a high school diploma.
This guide takes you step-by-step through FAFSA financial aid application, helping you pay for your performing arts education.
With the semester starting soon, review Playbill's list of crucial items for any theatre co-ed.
These shows rarely hit the school auditorium stage, but are ready to take center stage.
The program is kicking off by sending NYC and New Jersey high schoolers to Broadway's Purlie Victorious.
The press agent and producer is a 2020 recipient of a Tony Honor for Excellence in Theatre.
Broadway Licensing Global has selected two schools to host pilot productions of the Olivier- and Tony-winning play.
The work's 2021 West End premiere was filmed and is available to stream via BroadwayHD.
The adaptation of the 1982 film is written by David Yazbek and Robert Horn.
The schools will each receive $10,000 grants from the Educational Theatre Foundation’s Pathway program.
A new competition from Broadway Licensing Global will award first-of-their-kind licenses of the new high school edition of the Olivier- and Tony-winning play.
The program dedicated to fostering new works honors the late playwright's legacy of mentorship.
With songs from the 1971 film and an original score by Hairspray's Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman, the musical played a Broadway run in 2017.