Richard Frazier, Cheryl Williams, and Jeff Hall are the group's newest faces.
The work features a score by Pump Boys and Dinettes' Jim Wann and David Shenton, with a book by Emily Loesser and Don Stephenson.
The initiative seeks to aid BIPOC producers developing shows Off-Broadway and on.
The show is the first to officially report such news since Broadway reopened more than a year ago.
Bedford-Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation's President and CEO Blondel A. Pinnock accepted the medal from President Joe Biden at an in-person ceremony celebrating 2021 honorees.
The Tony-winning Avenue Q writer alleges mistreatment from agent John Buzzetti and his lawyer Conrad Rippy in a detailed account of the jukebox musical's journey to the Main Stem.
Broadway alums Christine Dwyer, Caesar Samayoa, Amanda Jane Cooper, Max Crumm, and more have been announced for the cast.
This years gala honors Roger Kass for his 35 years of service on the Atlantic Theater Company Board of Directors.
Bardwell succeeds previous Program Director Nik Whitcomb.
The program sends kids and teens to Broadway for free, with accompanying restaurant discounts and special in-theatre activites.
The late Tony winner choreographed Chicago for the Encores! program, and that revival is now the longest-running American musical in Broadway history.
Producer Sammy Lopez will mentor the third annual Producing 101 program for emerging BIPOC theatremakers.
The gift will be used to support health and housing services provided by the Fund across the country.
The afternoon event, open to the public, is scheduled to feature James Naughton, Bebe Neuwirth, Ben Vereen, and more.
Awarded by the National Arts Club, the Prize provides Jones with a two-week residency at the Tilden Mansion and $25,000 to aid in development of her work.
The Connecticut institution's annual lineup is a hotbed for new work.
Valles was selected by the Tony nominated playwright Jeremy O. Harris.
The award supports staged readings of the works at non-profit theatres in New York City.
The work features a book by Michele Lowe and music and lyrics by Zoe Sarnak.
The long-running Andrew Lloyd Webber musical will play its final performance next month.
The workshop is designed to provide narrative tools to artists that encourage responsible storytelling throughout entertainment media.
The new play by Georgette Reilly Timoney adapts the letters exchanged by John and Abigail Adams.
Directed by Nathaniel P. Claridad, The End of All Flesh's readings will be open to the public via Out of the Box Theatrics.
The new musical follows two friends suddenly transported into a favorite video game.
The Charles and Lucille King Family Foundation's grant will support Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation's Lloyd Richards New Futures Residency Program.
Though the bill does not mention the word "drag," it bans "male and female impersonator" performances in certain venues.
The Tony-winning theatre company and new work incubator is launching its first official Commissioning Program.
Netflix's Roald Dahl's Matilda The Musical was also honored.
The pair will receive their awards at the Annual Reimagined Renaissance Gala next month.
The Fund has named its Manhattan board room in honor of the legendary producer and theatre owner.
A 2019 selection for The Kilroys List of industry-recommended plays by female and trans playwrights, the work is a riff on The Crucible.
The Casting Society's awards honor the work of casting professionals across film, television, and theatre.
The Fund—whose advisory board members include Chita Rivera, Rachel Chavkin, and more—highlights emerging industry leaders.
Josh Groban and Annaleigh Ashford are leading the Sondheim revival at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre with Thomas Kail directing.
Fortune and Glory: The Musical! will detail the backstage drama of Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, in comic form.
The study seeks to increase pay transparency for dramatists across the United States.
The new play is written by Sharleen Cooper Cohen, and will be directed by Dick Scanlan.
Skylight Music Theatre will produce a run of Lourds Lane's rock musical at Milwaukee's Cabot Theatre.
The company will welcome high school students to shadow non-performance careers in theatre.
The company behind current Oscar nominee Everything Everywhere All at Once seems to have rescued the historic venue.
Presented by Off-Broadway's Playwrights Horizons and South Coast Repertory, the commission recognizes established American playwrights.
Amanda Green is the president of the professional trade association for playwrights, librettists, lyricists, and composers.
The $5.3 million purchase will increase the Village mainstay's footprint with spaces designed to support emerging artists.
Casting has been announced for the Met Gala-inspired farce at Chicago's Theatre Wit.
Rivera steps into the role at the Off-Broadway theatre effective immediately.
Founder Jose Solís will partner with the Off-Broadway company this summer to create an educational space for BIPOC writers with an interest in cultural criticism.
The coming-of-age musical about a trans child in a haunted house is based on Kyle Lukoff’s award-winning book.
Written by Gregg Hammer and Louis Pardo, the work will be presented at Playwrights Horizons in a 29 hour reading.
The reading is co-produced with The Movement Theatre Company.
The touring production of the 2019 Broadway musical is seeking performers for the roles of Lydia, Christopher, and Natalie.
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