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Directed by Walter Bobbie and choreographed by the late Ann Reinking, the musical is the second longest-running production in Broadway history.
Recipients will be given financial and career development support, production opportunities at theatres across the country, and more.
Watch the two perform Rent's “Take Me or Leave Me” from the 2016 Miscast gala.
Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley's daily series benefits The Actors Fund.
The Olivier-winning musical will resume performances at the Cambridge Theatre in September.
Directed by Scott Elliott, the virtual production is the first presented by The New Group Off Stage.
Each playwright will receive a $50,000 commission for a new theatrical work.
Leavel will be part of the virtual concert Broadway by the Year: The Kander & Ebb Years, streaming May 10.
Plus: Watch schoolchildren take on the Disney musical Frozen in a trailer for the new documentary Curtain Up!.
The limited engagement will continue through September, with a full production of the international hit to follow.
The evening, featuring Kristin Chenoweth, Kelli O'Hara, Norm Lewis, Judy Kuhn, and more, benefits ALS research.
Plus: Andrea Miller will create a live performance installation for Lincoln Center's outdoor performing arts center, Restart Stages.
Kimberly Senior directs Eleanor Burgess' virtual adaptation for Manhattan Theatre Club.
The forums are presented in recognition of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
Spring Song features the work of Frank Loesser, Johnny Mercer, and more.
The pre-taped special benefits The Actors Fund.
Benefiting The Dramatists Guild Foundation and The Actors Fund, the stream of the 2018 workshop is dedicated to Rebecca Luker, the musical's original Lily.
The production, which launches in August, will also feature Tony nominee Gavin Lee as Lumiere.
Artists will perform live at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater, while audiences will attend virtually.
The actor is currently making her Off-Broadway debut in the production, one of the first to play to live audiences.
The April 28 auction featured memorabilia from Christine Baranski, Carol Burnett, Hamilton, The Phantom of the Opera, and more.
The award recognizes female, trans, and non-binary early-career directors.
Tony honoree McElroy, who founded BIV in 1994 in response to the AIDS epidemic, is stepping down after 27 years.
The nonprofit, in partnership with Black Theatre Coalition and the Prince Fellowship, will provide resources to programs that seek to diversify commercial theatre leadership.
The 23rd installment of the annual pet adoption event, founded by Bernadette Peters and the late Mary Tyler Moore, will stream in May.
The Olivier-winning musical will return to the Victoria Palace Theatre.
Rebecca Frecknall will direct the Broadway-aimed production.