The festival has previously presented Come From Away, The Drowsy Chaperone, and Thoroughly Modern Millie, all before they made it to Broadway.
A public reading of excerpts of three commissions in progress will be held at the American Museum of Natural History.
The Grasshopper features a book and lyrics by Allers and music by Genaro Pereira.
The new musical, by Phil Kenny and Reston Williams, is both a sequel to Alice in Wonderland and a prequel to Peter Pan.
Merrily We Roll Along broke the house record at the Hudson in its first week of previews, and Sweeney Todd continues to top the charts.
Actor union SAG-AFTRA remains on strike, keeping much of Hollywood at a near standstill.
The move marks the first time the union has recognized a new job title in decades.
Capping off a 33-year tenure with the company, Bishop will step down at the end of the 2024-2025 season.
McKnight previously spent seven years as chief creative officer for the Harry Potter franchise.
MacFarlane, who previously donated $1 million, is partnering with the organization to help raise $10 million as the ongoing strikes affect film and TV workers.
Based on the cult favorite NBC series, the musical is expected to debut on Broadway in the 2024-2025 season.
Eight actor-musicians tell the story of Ace Baker, who makes a life-altering discovery.
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.
The move is part of a rapidly changing ticket landscape on the Main Stem.
The new play is by Mary Lynn Dobson.
The new multimedia production company supports works by historically marginalized groups.
The new musical features a book and lyrics by Alex Giles and David Russell and music by Andy Peterson.
Rothman has led the esteemed company since its founding in 1979.
The 52-member council was created to support the live performance sector through collaboration between leaders in government and performance.
Six new shows will be presented to industry experts and potential backers via the ABC-inspired program.
The evening will support entertainment industry workers amid WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes.
Both will receive resources for development of a new theatrical production, plus mentorship from producers and industry specialists.
Ian Talbot will direct Robert J. Sherman's family-friendly musical.
Manhattan Theatre Club, a Home for Artists will be available to stream for free November 21.
The donation was matched by an anonymous donor, bringing the total gift to $500,000.
Playwrights in both programs receive development and reading opportunities.
The industry-only event will take place October 26–27 at New World Stages.
It was the first week that the Will Swenson-led musical offered a Thursday matinee at the Broadhurst.
The fellows will take part in residencies at the New Hampshire artist colony.
The Oscar-winning and Tony-nominated writer will join the staff immediately to begin work building the 2024–2025 season.
The financial grant program awards grants to early-career designers.
The starry evening at Cipriani 42nd Street honors the unsung heroes of the theatre industry.
The annual festival serves as an opportunity for arts and advocacy to intersect in discussions of justice and equity.
Gary Apple's new musical about a cursed singer utilizes one-hit wonders from 1960 to 2010.
High school songwriters across the U.S. can submit an original song that could appear in a musical.
Steve Buchanan is producing Bluebird, which celebrates the Nashville songwriting scene.
The move could lead to a strike should contract negotiations stall.
Based on the 1992 film, the musical features a score by Julia Mattison and Noel Carey and a book by Marco Pennette.
A mysterious Instagram account and website have appeared teasing the stage adaptation of the cult classic film.
Physical therapists, athletic trainers, and massage therapists working with tours of The Lion King, Wicked, and Moulin Rouge! are the newest members of the backstage union.
Nikki M. James will moderate the panel that includes stars Josh Gad and Andrew Rannells, writers Anthony King and Scott Brown, and director Alex Timbers.
Broadway Advocacy Coalition's annual festival serves as an opportunity for arts and advocacy to intersect in discussions of justice and equity.
With a book by Tom Ford and songs by Alex Syiek, the new musical explores the Lavender Scare.
Charles Messina will direct Vincent Gogliormella’s new comedy.
Over the limited engagement's 10-day run, the magic show earned more than $3 million.
The new offerings include a directing fellowship with London's Rose Theatre.
The program, founded by The Directors Company in 2020, provides financial scholarships to emerging Black theatre artists.
Gustern was fatally shoved onto a Manhattan sidewalk in March 2022.
Inspired by Alice in Wonderland, Steven Sater, Duncan Sheik, and Jessie Nelson's musical played a world-premiere run Off-Broadway at MCC Theater in 2019.
Over $100,000 will be awarded to NAMT member organizations.
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