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Tony winner James Monroe Iglehart recommends the cast album to Sondheim's bloody musical thriller, which opened on Broadway in 1979.
The evening, which celebrated the company's 25th anniversary, also honored Board President Abby Merrill.
The renowned dance show began its limited engagement March 10.
The world premiere from the writer of Alligator and The Americans opened at Roundabout Theatre Company March 10.
The musical began performances March 9 at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre.
The new play by the Pulitzer Prize–winning writer began performances March 4 in a world premiere from New York Theatre Workshop.
The Tom Kitt-Brian Yorkey musical begins performances March 24 at the Public Theater.
Neil Simon's comedy opened March 10, 1965.
The play follows four girls in a Korean Christian youth group traveling to Bangkok who make a startling discovery.
The John Doyle-led revival of the Stephen Sondheim-John Weidman musical features Ethan Slater, Will Swenson, Judy Kuhn, and more.
While many plays and musicals feature jumps or lapses in time, the plots of these twelve shows take place over the same amount of time it takes to perform them.
Cranston, who celebrates his birthday March 7, made his Broadway debut in the political drama by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan.
Trip Cullman directs the New York City premiere at Playwrights Horizons.
The Conor McPherson-Bob Dylan musical moves into the Belasco following successful runs Off-Broadway and in the West End.
Actor-playwright Danai Gurira's play began performances March 3.
Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen's play, with music by Steve Earle, shines a light on the 2010 Upper Big Branch mine explosion.
The Broadway League hosted its multicultural interactive discussion on February 29.
The three-night special event bridged Black History Month and Women's History Month with stories from Tony-winning actor Sarah Jones, Sasheer Zamata, Anita Hill, and more.
Shereen Pimentel stars as Maria opposite Isaac Powell as Tony in the revamped production from director Ivo van Hove.
Sharon D. Clarke, John Cariani, and Caissie Levy star in the upcoming production at Studio 54.
An epic story told in three parts, the new work delves into the Palestinian struggle for home and identity.
Young Jean Lee's play-concert, about life and death, returns for a limited run at Second Stage Theater directed by Raja Feather Kelly.
The musical, featuring Stephen Schwartz’s music from the 1998 film as well as new material, has extended seven weeks.
The solo show, adapted from Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Paul Muldoon's work, opened February 23.
C. A. Johnson's new play, presented by MCC, stars Kara Young as a teenager who escapes into the imagined worlds of her muse, Natalie Portman.
The February 24 concert raised money to fight pulmonary fibrosis.
The upcoming Broadway engagement of Martin McDonagh's hit play begins February 28.
Keen Company brings Pearl Cleage’s play to the New York stage for the first time since its premiere 25 years ago.
John Mulaney, David Byrne, and more attended the reception in honor of the Tony-nominated director.
The popular underwear-clad duo returned to the Green Room 42 on February 17.