The new musical features a book by Robert Horn and a score by Brandy Clark and Shane McAnally.
The Glee star became the revival's new Fanny Brice September 6.
The Grammy-winning artist and Broadway alum will star as Eve and Mama Noah in the Stephen Schwartz-John Caird musical.
The sequel stars the original 1993 cult favorite's Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy.
Featuring performances from Broadway's best shows, the event will air live on WABC and stream on Playbill from Times Square.
The Tony-nominated musical completes over five years running at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre.
David Rossmer and Steve Rosen's Broadway-aimed musical plays the 5th Avenue Theatre.
Eric Ting and Dawn Monique Williams co-directed Lear at Cal Shakes.
Susan V. Booth and Tinashe Kajese-Bolden co-direct the Atlanta staging.
Greig Sargeant, Daphne Gaines, Ben Jalosa Williams, and more star in the Off-Broadway production directed by John Collins.
A Little Sondheim Music plays Powell Hall.
Arriving from the West End, the decades-spanning drama stars Caissie Levy, Brandon Uranowitz, David Krumholtz, Seth Numrich, Gina Ferrall, Sara Topham, and more.
The Manhattan Theatre Club production stars Tony nominee Kara Young, David Zayas, Gregg Mozgala, and Katy Sullivan.
Broadway veterans star in the new musical inspired by the myth of the goddess Marimba.
Written by Charli Eglinton, the original musical centers on a London serial killer who might just be supernatural.
The free outdoor concert will be presented in Times Square October 2, come rain or come shine.
The new play, a look at the story of Sally Hemings and Thomas Jefferson and its parallels with modern day, is produced in association with The Public Theater.
The new comedy follows a sexually confused theatre kid in '80s Connecticut.
Russell Harvard, Alexandria Wailes, Matthew Jaeger, and Amelia Hensley star in the Deaf West Theatre production, presented in spoken English and American Sign Language.
The three-day event continues in Times Square with a live stream available to watch at home.
London's Arts Theatre is once again home to the Olivier-nominated show.
Inspired by Georg Büchner’s 1913 play Woyzeck, the three-person show plays HERE.
The two will be succeeded by Madeline Brewer and Callum Scott Howells in the London revival.
Carole Buggé's show at Theatre Row follows three scientists who are visited by Isaac Newton, Marie Curie, and Max Planck.