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Drake, the theatre’s new artistic director, will direct the summer production of Terrence McNally’s Tony Award-winning play.
The critically acclaimed Amy and the Orphans, an immersive Sweeney Todd, and the return of Jersey Boys are among this week’s offerings.
Len Cariou, Liz Robertson, and Cheryl Howard star in the concert adaptation of Charles Strouse and Alan Jay Lerner’s short-lived 1983 Broadway musical.
The New York Pops’ 35th birthday gala, Part of His World: The Songs of Alan Menken, will take place April 30 at Carnegie Hall.
The Sound Inside will premiere at the Williamstown Theatre Festival this summer.
Leah Walsh hosts the podcast that documents the lives of artists navigating the waters between art and commerce.
The April 16 concert will celebrate the lives of LGBTQ leaders, activists, icons, and more.
They will be honored during the June 25 National High School Musical Theatre Awards in New York City.
The pioneering entertainer was among the first wave of women to blaze a trail for female comics on television.
The Sherlock star will be joined by surprise celebrity guests who will read selections from remarkable and unforgettable letters.
Tony winner Kenny Leon directs the first-ever Broadway revival of Mark Medoff’s landmark play.
Classic Stage Company will celebrate its 50th anniversary April 23 with a tribute to its Tony-winning artistic director.
Stephen Colbert will host the April 21 reunion featuring performances by notable Northwestern alumni.
The Broadway veterans will perform highlights from their favorite stage roles.
The Frozen songwriters will be honored at the Off-Broadway theatre company’s May 7 gala.
Joshua Jackson and Lauren Ridloff star in the first-ever Broadway revival of Mark Medoff’s Tony Award-winning play.
The Broadway-bound production begins previews April 10 at the Curran Theatre.
The tour will play over 60 cities, including Los Angeles, Denver, Las Vegas, New Orleans, and Miami.
The tour will also play Los Angeles, Denver, Las Vegas, New Orleans, and Miami.
The Drama Desk Award-winning actor joins Leah Walsh for this week’s episode of the artists’ podcast The Compass.
Escape to Margaritaville, Kinky Boots, Rocktopia, and Beautiful: The Carole King Musical are among the musicals you can see for less.
The Stephen Sondheim-James Goldman musical will be the final production in the company’s home for the last decade.
Derrer will return to Dallas after serving as general director of Kentucky Opera for the past two years.
The stars will join Seth Rudetsky for his popular concert series.
Tony winner LaChanze talks about bringing the groundbreaking musician to life onstage.
Tony Award winner Jason Robert Brown created the orchestral arrangement that can be heard on the show’s original Broadway cast album due out April 20.
Co-created with Wesley Taylor, the series follows two single gay roommates and their search for love in Los Angeles.
The Evita and Gypsy Tony Award winner share stories from her life and career with San Francisco audiences.
Make Some Noise! will take place April 23 at Sons of Essex.
The creators called for the studio to release rights to the film in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
The concert will feature special guests Ciara Renée, Emma Hunton, and Gerard Canonico.