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A select group of Broadway theatres will honor the late three-time Tony winner who made his Broadway debut as the original Scarecrow in The Wiz.
Leak is succeeding founder Carole Rothman, who is set to depart the company in August.
The ceremony honors casting professionals in theatre, film, and television.
Peter Morgan's work recounts the story of Vladimir Putin's rise to power after the fall of the Soviet Union.
Audiences are flocking to see Sarah Paulson in the Second Stage production, which is getting a commercial extension and transfer.
The exhibit will feature images from Purlie, Camelot, West Side Story, and more.
The jukebox biomusical tracking the career and music of iconic Motown group The Temptations premiered on Broadway in 2019.
Sherri Eden Barber directs the new musical based on the 1976 film of the same name.
Set in 1920s Buenos Aires, the new musical is inspired by Raquel Liberman and her fight to bring an international sex-trafficking ring to justice.
The Warhol factory drama will be directed by Rachel Klein.
The new foundation will offer subsidized rehearsal space at Whiting's Open Jar Studios, and more.
Amanda Szeglowski will lead the Off-Broadway organization alongside two yet-to-be-announced co-directors.
People are buzzing about the potential of the six-time Tony winner taking on one of musical theatre's most legendary roles.
Playwright James Meneses has set the band's music to a story of a dystopian future where dreaming is illegal.
Carroll has been with the non-profit theatre company for a decade.
The company is still planning to produce Off-Broadway at a new venue to be determined.
With a book, music, and lyrics by Kailey Marshall, the show chronicles one woman's experiences of the ecstasy, pain, and hilarity of sex.
The Off-Broadway honors will be handed out May 5 at NYU Skirball.
The piece, the composer's first full-length musical, premiered in 1919.
The Sharr White play, seen on Broadway in 2023, is based on Larry Sultan's landmark photo memoir.
The annual ceremony recognizes work playing Broadway and Off-Broadway.
Sigourney Weaver, David Hyde Pierce, Kristine Nielsen, Shalita Grant, and Genevieve Angelson will all perform at the Lincoln Center Theater gala.
The move is a historic and potentially industry-changing one for Off-Broadway theatre.
Grosses soared last week with an overall increase of more than 27% compared to the week prior.
The new musical features a book, music, and lyrics by Julian Rosenblum, with additional story development by Sabrina Karlin.
Christine Pedi directs for the York Theatre Company's Developmental Reading Series.
The West Side Story, Chicago, and Bye Bye Birdie star died January 30 at the age of 91.
The 39th annual ceremony honors casting professionals in theatre, film, and television.
Kritzer will work alongside director Leigh Silverman and choreographer Mayte Natalio on Suffs.
The honors will be presented April 5 at The Edison Ballroom.
Also, listen to a new single from the musical, "When Nighttime Falls."
Richard Oberacker and Robert Taylor have written the work about a real Arkansas woman who cared for AIDS patients in the '80s.
"The Making of the Neil Diamond Musical" panels will consist of cast, creative, and producing teams.
Playbill.com receives hundreds of job postings each month, here are the highlights.
Six crew members working on the Off-Broadway parody musical voted unanimously to join the theatrical union, part of a growing trend.
Now in its fourth year, the fellowship was created to support artist-activists as they work to impact the world around them.
The professional actor and stage manager union already represents performers in stage shows at Disney World.
Richard Maltby, Jr. will direct the performances of the unproduced musical from the late lyricist of A Chorus Line.
Will Nunziata is directing the work from the two-time Emmy winner, following a drag queen's journey from selling out Carnegie Hall to serving time for murder.
The New York- and Los Angeles–based firm counted several Broadway notables on its client list.
The performer and stage manager union is currently negotiating with The Broadway League over a Development Agreement that expired February 11.
Written by and starring Cole Escola, the new Off-Broadway play centers on Mary Todd Lincoln as you've never seen her before.
The musical comedy comes from singer-songwriter sibling duo Peter Cincotti and Pia Cincotti.
The presentation of the new works will be followed by a conversation moderated by Artistic Director Joe Barros.
The NYC company will develop new works by a.k. payne, Aurora Real de Asua, and Dipika Guha.
The project will feature songs from Bandits on the Run members Sydney Shepherd, Adrian Blake Enscoe, and Regina Strayhorn, and Christopher Sears.
A program of Dundee Rep Theatre and Cove Park, the residency is a two-week program for book writers, composers, and lyricists from the U.K., India, and the US.
KM Jones will direct the play with music, which follows an established string quartet with an uncertain future.
Peter Filichia will once again host the annual ceremony honoring debut performances.
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