iTheatrics' annual event brings youth groups from around the world together in Atlanta for a weekend celebration of theatre.
Inspired by Alice in Wonderland, the musical played a world premiere run Off-Broadway at MCC Theater in 2019.
Rez Politics, Sneaky, The Body Guards, The Council, and The Star Quilter are already released.
The three-year diploma-granting program will hold classes outside of London.
The work follows a group of social media stars living together in a Hollywood apartment.
Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation has announced the opening date for applications to the program, previously called the Observership Program.
The release includes winning songs from the program co-founded by Taylor Louderman that celebrates emerging musical theatre writers.
The exclusive partnership will reduce upfront costs and make it simpler for productions to be streamed live.
Proceeds from the live concert will benefit young artists looking to continue their arts education via Hancock French Woods Arts Alliance.
The initiative was developed in partnership with the NYC Department of Education Arts Office and Broadway Advocacy Coalition.
Celebrating the power of public school theatre education, the annual event will be held November 14.
The annual event celebrates the best in high school musical theatre.
The program awards $10,000 each to five dancers in the midst of a career transition.
The musical features country hits from Florida Georgia Line, Kenny Chesney, Miranda Lambert, Dolly Parton, Little Big Town, Keith Urban, and more.
Available programs include fellowship, residency, and assistantship for early- and mid-career directors.
The musical based on the 2004 film will be available to schools for a limited time with the ability to customize its content to a school's own community.
Ten schools in low-income communities will win a complimentary license to perform the musical.
Presented with Columbia University School of the Arts, the producing fellowship focuses on increasing diversity on Broadway.
19 Broadway shows will participate in The Broadway League initiative.
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Winners of the Educational Theatre Association, Disney Theatrical Group, and Music Theatre International's United States of Frozen contest have been revealed.
Find out which colleges and universities had the most alumni performing on Broadway during the 2021-22 season.
Go inside the three-day NYC workshop for theatre teachers with this special journal from one of this year's attendees.
The Pathway program looks to support students in communities of color performing works that encourage dialogue around racial equity.
As theatre moves online, PLAYBILLder brings the in-theatre program experience along for the ride.
These shows rarely hit the school auditorium stage, but are ready to take center stage.
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"As a performer, I have learned so much from different people throughout the years," says the High School Musical performer.
Ted Walch served as drama teacher for California's Harvard-Westlake School, mentoring young talents as diverse as Jason Segel and Jake Gyllenhaal.
The new play from Broadway debut playwright Selina Fillinger was seen on the Main Stem this past season.
The church staged an unauthorized production of the Lin-Manuel Miranda musical, changing lyrics to add biblical references.
The six plays will be published and available for licensing by Samuel French.
Written by Dean Pitchford, Doug Besterman, and Timothy Allen McDonald, the musical made its world premiere at Off-Broadway's Atlantic Theater Company in 2019.
Broadway favorites Christy Altomare, Derek Klena, and Justin Guarini performed at the event aimed at establishing a museum honoring the late Broadway icon.
The program, co-founded by Taylor Louderman, celebrates emerging musical theatre writers.
Katona joins the organization after more than three decades as a theatre educator.
The new musical, currently playing Off-Broadway's Tony Kiser Theater, is based on the Jodi Picoult and Samantha van Leer novel.
The organization has also revealed this year's EdTA Award recipients.
The evening performance will feature pieces by Lynn Nottage, Arianna Afsar, Kenyatta Hughes, and more.
The theatre educators will be brought to New York City to work one-on-one with Broadway professionals.
The development professional was instrumental in creating and funding programs that have shaped the lives of thousands of students and teachers nationwide.
The event will welcome attendees both in person and virtually.
Kate Reinders hosted the in-person and live-streamed ceremony celebrating high school musical theatre excellence at Broadway’s Minskoff Theatre June 27.
The initiative from the Educational Theatre Association, Disney Theatrical Group, and Music Theatre International will see schools competing for their state's exclusive performing rights to the Disney musical.
Kate Reinders hosts the in-person and live-streamed ceremony at Broadway’s Minskoff Theatre.
A filmed performance from the work's Off-Broadway premiere debuts on Disney+ June 24.
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