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The Tony winners explore the industry’s shifting landscape.
Debra Jo Rupp, Alysha Umphress, Alan H. Green, and more will also appear in BSC’s outdoor productions.
The performer replaces Paul Merton, who departs the production due to pandemic-related rescheduling.
Additional virtual presentations are set to star Lena Hall, Campbell Scott, and Bobby Conte Thornton.
The film was previously slated for a July release from Sony Pictures.
The City Artist Corps will feature live performances, public art installations, and more.
The 2021–2022 season will include the Cush Jumbo-led Hamlet and a play by James Graham.
The cast of the new comedy visited The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon for some Spice Girls karaoke.
Plus, a Q&A with the writer-performer about making up a new art form for the film adaptation of her theatrical show.
The Peacock comedy also stars Paula Pell, Busy Philipps, and Ashley Park.
After a 19-month hiatus, the longest-running show in Broadway history will return to the Majestic Theatre.
Jessie Mueller, Denée Benton, and more will appear in Broadway for Every Breath.
Plus, the Tony nominees talk about working with Sondheim and what roles they’d like to revisit.
The production will feature The X Factor winner Dalton Harris along with West End stars Kerry Ellis, Lee Mead, and Grace Mouat.
Plus, more bonus videos and a Q&A with contestants Nic Rouleau and Jelani Remy.
Tony winner Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinese will host the special presentation.
Stars From The Prom, Wicked, and more are revealed in the Broadway's Masked Singer Season 1 finale.
The series follows the American fashion designer's rise to fame—and fall from grace—with Rodriguez as Liza Minnelli.
Shapiro spent six years in the role and plans to remain a part of the Chicago company's ensemble.
The Tony nominee joins Natasha Lyonne, Annie Murphy, and more on the Netflix series.
The Broadway stars explore making systemic change over time.
Two-time Tony nominee Jeremy Pope joins Billy Porter, Mj Rodriguez, and more in the the final season of the groundbreaking series.
Plus, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series returns for Season 2.
The May 1 protest demands equity in multiple fields of the theatre and performing arts industry.
The Golden Age musical parody also features Kristin Chenoweth, Ariana DeBose, and Aaron Tveit.
The show is re-framed against the backdrop of the #EndSARS movement.
Rebecca Trehearn, Gloria Onitiri, Georgina Castle, and Laura Baldwin round out the cast of principal performers.
The ghost thriller is part of Resounding’s NYC in-person residency.
The pair will appear in recurring guest roles.
The Andrew Lippa musical will run at Southwark Playhouse.