The Tony winner joined the cast of the musical he directed and choreographed in a true understudy-to-the-rescue moment.
The two-time Tony nominee also explains how his ancestors actually worked with William Shakespeare.
There's over 3,000 shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and the Fringe Society’s Lyndsey Jackson is here to help you navigate it.
The new television musical series from Hulu follows two young people falling in love in New York City in 1999.
Plus, watch the cast of the Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss musical play a round of Henry VIII HERstory trivia.
Find out how the cast reacted to the show's transfer to Broadway and how the show is a more loving, optimistic Hamlet.
When a production transfers from the West End to Broadway, sometimes the actors go with the show, and sometimes they don't—here's how those decisions are made.
An essay on what goes through your mind when you're watching the same show for four years.
The three-time Tony nominee talks to Playbill about playing two different roles this season, and why her favorite will always be Parade.
The two star alongside Donna Murphy as the three madwomen trying to save the world in the underrated Jerry Herman musical.
The Off-Broadway plays How to Defend Yourself and The Best We Could examine the community fallout after instances of sexual assault and harassment.
Plus, other things that almost made it into Broadway's longest-running show (like real doves).
The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts is currently celebrating TOFT's 50th anniversary—and it's open to everyone, not just New Yorkers.
The queer Bengali-American playwright explains the personal stories that inspired his hit play at Off-Broadway's Soho Rep.
These shows’ successes at the festival have catapulted them to stages and screens around the world.
Celebrate Women’s History Month with a complete list of women who created shows this season—including directors, composers, choreographers, writers, and designers.
The five actors of the new musical explain how they're fleshing out their characters at Paper Mill Playhouse.
The production of the Tennessee Williams play was a hit last summer, the first Off-Broadway revival to be staged with the support of the playwright's estate. Now it's back.
The next time you're dashing to a show, look up! You may be walking down a block dedicated to a theatrical luminary.
That's one of the reasons she's bringing the 1978 Bob Fosse dance show back to Broadway.
Watch Bartlett Sher, Aaron Sorkin, Phillipa Soo, Andrew Burnap, Jordan Donica, and more talk about the Broadway revival, beginning previews March 9.
The playwright/actor has cerebral palsy and is proud of his identity as a "disabled person." And he's telling his story at Off-Broadway's Public Theater.
Featuring Keith Habersberger of The Try Guys, Hughie Stone Fish, and Alex Lewis, the band has performed on America's Got Talent and Bring the Funny.
Celebrate the upcoming Academy Awards with this Playbill quiz.
Karimloo was the poster boy for the male physique on Broadway. Now, he's pulling back from social media.
Playwright Amy Herzog is the first woman to adapt Ibsen's protofeminist play for Broadway.
The actor/director/choreographer is currently playing the King in the U.K. tour of the Broadway revival of the show.
They're returning to Broadway in Shucked—a musical about corn, and also a call for progress.
Choreographers Christine Colby Jacques and Corinne McFadden Herrera talk about bringing the 1978 work back to Broadway.
With a revised book by Aaron Sorkin, the actor says that the upcoming Broadway production feels like a new musical, rather than a revival.
Reich makes his New York debut as a narcissistic millennial in his show Literally Who Cares, playing Off-Broadway after sold-out Fringe and London runs.
This season, Sweeney Todd, Camelot, and Some Like It Hot are bringing back the big 20-something-piece orchestras.
The two actors share the role of Max Ritvo in Sarah Ruhl’s autobiographical play Letters from Max: a ritual.
The composer returns to the Metropolitan Opera with a new futuristic take on Wagner's epic.
The Disney musical's newest Jasmine explains how she has always seen herself in the princess.
They currently play Jo and for the tour, the character is non-binary.
In Wolf Play at the Off-Broadway MCC Theater, the most important character is a puppet made of wood and cardboard.
Museum director Olesia Ostrovska-Liuta describes how artists are creating work in bomb shelters, helping fund the fight against Russia, and (in some cases) dying for their cause.
The composer is joined by collaborators Laura Sky Herman, Claire Kwon, Natalie Choo, Simon Broucke, and Noah Weisbart.
And no, the actor doesn’t realize how popular his “El Tango de Roxane” is on TikTok.
Omar by night, brainiac by day.
Currently starring in the musical Raisin, the actor explains why there needs to be more stories of Black "triumph and resilience."
In honor of Black History Month, Playbill looks at important moments on Broadway from Black artists.
The musical is 15 years old and is about teenagers who are killed on a roller coaster. And it's now gone viral on TikTok.
Madge's autobiographical solo show My Son's A Queer (But What Can You Do?), about being a queer child, is currently running on the West End.
Celebrate Black History Month with this Playbill quiz.
The performer reflects on the impact of her history-making run as Broadway's first Black actor to play Glinda full-time.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Broadway’s most romantic and accomplished offstage pairings.
And that's why the clown master continues to work with Beckett's texts.
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