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The show, based on the best-selling novel by Steve Kluger, will open the season at the New Brunswick, New Jersey theatre this October.
The two-time Tony nominee returns in September for her third engagement of Ballad of a Broadway Twenty-Something.
The long-running musical spoof will take aim at Hadestown, Moulin Rouge!, Frozen, Dear Evan Hansen, and more.
The two-time Olivier Award-winning illusionist and mentalist begins a limited Broadway engagement at the Cort Theatre September 6.
The one-night-only concert at the New Amsterdam Theatre will feature songs from Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, Newsies, and more.
The Guys and Dolls Tony Award winner will perform two concerts at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre in Brisbane.
The monthly concert series at the Green Room 42 will celebrate the music of the Grammy Award–nominated Waitress songwriter.
Serenbe Playhouse Artistic Director Brian Clowdus helms the interactive musical that takes place on original author Washington Irving’s Hudson Valley estate.
After making his sold-out debut last year, Martinez returns with De México to Broadway.
The Off-Broadway cult comedy by Dreamgirls Tony winner Tom Eyen will be revived in 2020.
The musical about the pop icon opened December 3, 2018, at the Neil Simon Theatre.
The musical, featuring a 20-foot-high, 2,000-pound, puppeteer-operated gorilla as its star, opened last fall.
Alex McKenna, Arron Shiver, and Sonny Valicenti will star.
The television comedy trailblazers and theatre veterans will be honored by the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills.
The Queen musical will relaunch September 3 in Winnipeg, Canada.
Sharon Gless, Gale Harold, and Michelle Clunie are among the original cast members set to appear.
Tony nominee Lois Smith will step into the role of Margaret, originated in London by Vanessa Redgrave.
Thirteen Shows and Counting will revisit Leavel’s acclaimed performances in such shows as The Drowsy Chaperone, Mamma Mia!, and The Prom.
Morgan Siobhan Green, F. Michael Haynie, and Heath Saunders are among the artists slated to appear in the one-night-only concert at Feinstein's/54 Below.
The 52-year-old actor was on tour with the Sydney Theatre Company production.
The play, from the Tony- and Olivier-winning playwright of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, will bow in Los Angeles this fall.
Hodge joins Toby Stephens and Claire Skinner in the production that bow in September.
Israeli film and TV star Yehezkel Lazarov will continue with the touring production based on the 2015 Broadway revival.
Agatha Christie’s classic thriller begins performances August 14.
The evening will include songs from McDonald’s career and the behind-the-scenes stories that go with them.
Ali Ewoldt will also appear in the benefit concert for Broadway Hearts, a non-profit that brings entertainment to children in New York-area hospitals.
The stars of Frozen and Mean Girls will join Green for the latest installment of her monthly concert series.
Liz Callaway, David Hyde Pierce, and Howard McGillin are among the performers who will pay tribute to the late Ragtime and Passion star.
The musical will embark on a tour in 2020.
Year-by-year, how the visionary director-producer earned his history-making Tony Awards.