Performances of the family favorite musical continue through July 13 in St. Louis.
Co-produced with Los Angeles' Geffen Playhouse where it previously ran, the comedic feminist thriller follows four girls taking action against the male gaze.
The new musical starring a cast of Broadway veterans finishes its run at Houston, Texas' Alley Theatre.
The 1665 tragicomedy receives a feminist twist with a gender-reframed adaptation and new translation.
The Berkshire festival will feature works by Daniel Fish, Anna Ouyang Moench, and Harrison David Rivers.
The Chicago-based theatre company is celebrating its 35th anniversary.
The actor, musical director, columnist, radio personality, and Stars in the House host will play the Rhode Island venue July 11.
Currently running at La Jolla Playhouse, the musical tells the true story of artist Tamara de Lempicka, played by Eden Espinosa.
Performances of the Ingrid Michaelson-Bekah Brunstetter musical will begin in September at Chicago Shakespeare Theater.
The Deaf West Theatre and Getty Museum production will be presented in American Sign Language and spoken English.
The regional production has also announced an extension.
The biomusical starring Eden Espinosa and Amber Iman opened at the La Jolla Playhouse June 25.
The co-production with Tectonic Theater Project is inspired by an album of photos from the Holocaust.
Sheryl Kaller will direct the musical penned by Jeremy Desmon and Jeff Thomson.
The gender-defying comedy plays the Provincetown Theater under the direction of David Drake.
Hartford Stage presents the musical comedy by John Leguizamo, Benjamin Velez, and David Kamp.
The biomusical stars Eden Espinosa in the title role.
Performances of the family favorite musical begin July 5 in St. Louis.
Virginia's Signature Theatre and Wolf Trap Foundation collaborate to present the 2nd Annual event.
Brielle stars in the show alongside Tovah Feldshuh and Veanne Cox.
The new show based on the Amazon series has been announced as part of Center Theatre Group's 2022-2023 season.
Marc Bruni will direct the Aspen Music Festival and School and Theatre Aspen's July concerts.
The outdoor St. Louis production opened June 22.
The production, now scheduled to begin previews June 24, features a cast and creative team comprising Deaf, hard-of-hearing, and hearing artists.
The jukebox biomusical replaces the previously announced Clue, which has moved to the Maine theatre's 2023 season.
The Long Island production will be directed by Lucille Lortel winner Harris Yulin.
Trevor McQueen and Candice Hatakeyama lead the cast of the Kander and Ebb musical at the theatre in Ithaca, New York.
The production features a cast and creative team comprising Deaf, hard-of-hearing, and hearing artists.
The season will mark the first performances in the theatre's new venue.
Anna in the Tropics won the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Drama while ABCD will be making its world premiere at the Massachusetts theatre.
The new work stars Heidi Blickenstaff, Lauren Pritchard, Brandon Ellis, Matt Manuel, and more.
The new musical plays its final performance in Nashville, Tennessee June 26.
The St. Louis production is led by Robert Petkoff and Shereen Pimentel.
Performances of the 2007 work, inspired by a Miss Saigon casting controversy, continue through July 3 at the North Carolina venue.
Samantha Williams, Paul Alexander Nolan, and Bryonha Marie Parham star in the Chicago premiere.
The upcoming season at the New Jersey venue will kick off with Mfoniso Udofia’s Her Portmanteau.
"This is how we build our future," said Warren about the importance of art in our democracy.
The production will be rescheduled with the previously announced cast, including André De Shields, Harriet Harris, and Jeremy Jordan.
The performance took place June 18 at Fenway Park during the Red Sox game.
The Broadway-bound musical plays Boston's Emerson Colonial Theatre ahead of its fall transfer.
Scooter Pietsch's new comedy began previews May 31.
Anna Ouyang Moench's work transfers to Williamstown Theatre Festival next.
J. Harrison Ghee, Sarah Bowden, Emily Skinner, and James T. Lane returned to the St. Louis theatre for the Kander and Ebb musical.
The Broadway-aimed work features lyrics by Mr. Saturday Night's Amanda Green and music by Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Emmy nominee Curtis Moore.
The single features lyrics by Carson Kreitzer, music by Matt Gould, and orchestrations by Cian McCarthy.
The Tony-winning Best Musical A Strange Loop played a pre-Broadway engagement at the D.C. venue in 2021.
Also, watch Frances Ruffelle reprise "On My Own," and Beth Leavel, Gavin Creel, and Betsy Wolfe travel down "Easy Street."
The production features a cast and creative team comprising Deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing artists.
The new work stars Heidi Blickenstaff, Lauren Pritchard, Brandon Ellis, and more.
Sammi Cannold will direct the production at Syracuse Stage this fall.
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