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Roundabout Theatre Company has also announced a timeline for a slate of other Broadway and Off-Broadway productions.
Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley's daily series benefits The Actors Fund.
The new holiday musical, which will stream free of charge, features six new songs by Gary Adler and Phoebe Kreutz.
Hosted by Amber Iman, the evening benefits the Cody Renard Richard Scholarship Program.
Plus, a concept album of the new musical Anne of Green Gables sets its release date.
Robert and Michelle King’s drama series also features six-time Tony winner Audra McDonald, Steven Pasquale, and Taylor Schilling.
Matthew Lombardo's solo show was filmed during its Off-Broadway run at the Westside Theatre.
Broadway Records will release physical and digital copies, in line with the concert's broadcast on PBS.
Leslie Odom, Jr., BTS, Adam Lambert, Kerry Washington, and more are also on tap for the TV special, hosted by Ryan Seacrest.
Plus, Larry Owens, Adam Hyndman, Wayne Brady, and more will star in a Roger Q. Mason spotlight.
The virtual benefit will stream December 1.
Plus: Stars from the world of opera are joining forces for a Thanksgiving variety show.
Artistic Director Charlotte Moore will helm the Irish Repertory Theatre presentation.
The Netflix comedy is created, written, and executive-produced by Darren Star.
Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley's daily series, benefiting The Actors Fund, commemorates Veterans Day.
The production closed its run November 4 due to the U.K.'s second national lockdown.
"Hang in there. Just somehow hold on with your fingernails, because I believe in my heart that this will end."
Plus, Tony nominees Lilli Cooper and Denée Benton will star in a reading of the new musical Haley at Therapy to benefit Broadway Cares.
Hosted by Amber Iman, the evening will benefit the Cody Renard Richard Scholarship Program.
Six-time Tony winner Audra McDonald will present the awards at a virtual ceremony.
Plus: Leslie Odom Jr. drops The Christmas Album.
Alan Menken, Lynn Ahrens, and Mike Ockrent’s version of the Charles Dickens classic will play a limited engagement this winter.
Kenneth Branagh will host the evening benefiting the theatrical charity Acting for Others.
The limited engagement of the Jason Robert Brown revue will begin in February 2021.
Proceeds benefit The Path Fund’s Community Relief Grant Program, Broadway Bound Kids, The Felix Organization, and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.