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Before we announce the Grand Prize winner out of our Top 10, meet 30 more gifted contestants.
Hosted by Andréa Burns, the evening celebrates Latinx Heritage Month and stars Karen Olivo, Mandy Gonzalez, Jaime Camil, Gloria Estefan, and many more.
The film is set to premiere at Outfest, starring So You Think You Can Dance alum Nico Greetham and The Prom's Anna Grace Barlow.
Announcing the Top 10 finalists in Playbill’s Search for a Star competition.
Playwright Ming Peiffer and director Whitney White talk about their process creating The New York Times special about the women of color who didn’t make the history books the first time ar…
Ashley Park, Jacqueline B. Arnold, and Alysha Umphress join the ranks of the not-to-miss evening; plus the debut of a new song from the creators of SIX and sneak peeks at new musicals Jeanne…
Tune in to the August 13 digital event from The New York Times.
The famed animal trainer reveals his tricks for Bruiser’s barks in Legally Blonde, Sandy’s trailing in Annie, and more.
The Dear Evan Hansen, Hamilton, and To All the Boys... star talks about his latest dance feature.
The August 26 special marking Women’s Equality Day and honoring 100 years of women in theatre will feature songs from Waitress, Fun Home, and Wicked, as well as Broadway-bound musicals Gun…
With over 2,500 self-tape auditions, the competition is tight.
The Tony Award winner talks about his new release, why he knew he had to be the one to premiere the show, Jewish identity, and his unusual choice in dressing room decoration.
Take a look at the video auditions we’re loving, and submit your own before August 5!
In honor of Women’s Equality Day, Playbill honors game-changing female-identifying artists over the past 100 years through songs and personal stories.
The initiative will be the beneficiary of Playbill’s August Women in Theatre: A Centennial Celebration Special Event.
The Netflix series serves up a romantic, cozy drama with a cast full of Broadway names.
The mentalist offers a one-of-a-kind entertainment experience July 30 via the 92Y.
The Tony nominee explores the fives stages of grief through dance and performance art.
The music video, featuring the likes of James T. Lane, Ako Mitchell, Cedric Neal, Clarke Peters, and Layton Williams, raises money for the StopWatch campaign.
The competition is heating up, but it’s not too late to enter the race!
Take an exclusive listen to the title track on the album, which benefits The National Bail Fund and Protect Native Elders.
The creator and host of Little Known Facts debuts her new series as an homage to the Tony Awards, starting with a Patti LuPone interview.
Brendan Bradley’s Future Stages creates a no-mask, no-risk communal space to produce theatre and reinvigorate audiences and performers alike.
See 11 of our favorite submissions so far, and then submit your own!
The international arts education organization provided a safe space for young artists to gather and perform.
How WTF will present a Robert O’Hara helmed Streetcar, Anna Ziegler’s Photograph 51, and five world-premieres in its first-ever audio-only season.
Hamilton and Freestyle Love Supreme director Kail and filmmaker Andrew Fried discuss the history of the documentary and its humble beginnings featuring Miranda, Christopher Jackson, and more.
The event from the Broadway Podcast Network focuses on the future of the Broadway community July 16.
The Tina book writer and The Mountaintop playwright adapts her play Pussy Valley into an sizzling and raw show for Starz.
The four primetime plays and the Pride Spectacular concert aired throughout June in celebration of Pride month.
Record producer and Broadway composer David Foster shares tales from working with these powerhouses.