Boyd and Monaghan leapt to prominence as Merry and Pippin in the Oscar-winning The Lord of the Rings film trilogy.
The Shakespeare Theatre Company production will be available to stream for a three day period.
The best place to shuck corn? A Broadway opening night red carpet.
Bill INT 0209 aims to prohibit size and height discrimination in New York City, and it's welcomed by the theatre community.
The musical was previously workshopped in a Pennsylvania university program.
The Sarasota, Florida theatre company will kick off their 2023-2024 season in November.
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.
Director Sammi Cannold's humanizing approach to Eva Perón will continue development in Washington, D.C.
Timothy Douglas will direct Purple, while Meredith McDonough will direct 39 Steps.
Playwright and star Jordan E. Cooper's campaign to save the play has been successful.
The Max Martin jukebox musical opened on Broadway November 17 at the Stephen Sondheim theatre.
The annual event featured more than fifty tables of theatrical memorabilia, a silent auction, and a live auction.
The immersive theatre company brings audiences into the world of M.B. Thurman's Summoned series.
The production will mark the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright's onstage debut.
Green co-wrote Shy: The Alarmingly Outspoken Memoirs of Mary Rodgers, which was released earlier this summer.
Set up your home studio and submit for roles on Broadway and beyond.
The Lopezes revisit writing their Oscar-winning Frozen hit "Let It Go" in the Audible Original series.
Jonathan Church's adaptation of the 1952 film has previously played the West End and Japan.
The new musical is scheduled to begin performances April 26 at the New Jersey venue.
Kenny Leon will return to direct the Pulitzer-winning mystery by Charles Fuller.
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