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The Oscar and Grammy winner sings “Gethsemane” in the teaser for the April 1 live broadcast that also stars Sara Bareilles and Brandon Victor Dixon.
After a sold-out debut last fall, “The Donny Nova Band” will reunite for a March encore engagement.
The Tony nominee will make her Feinstein’s at the Nikko debut in April with her nightclub act Girl No More.
The popular concert series featuring the stars of Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin will play Feinstein’s at the Nikko in June.
Tony Kushner’s landmark account of a bewildered nation at the dawn of the AIDS epidemic returns to Broadway February 23 in a timely revival.
The Pops will also celebrate Leonard Bernstein with performances of West Side Story and On the Town.
The 2018-2019 season will also include the return of Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella.
The stars will join Rudetsky this spring.
The Off-Broadway musical by Tony nominee Laurence O’Keefe and Kevin Murphy will come to Feinstein’s/54 Below in March.
The two stars of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom sequel Love Never Dies will appear together for the June concerts.
Along with Cameron Mackintosh and Freddie Gershon, Cohen sets plans for the vanguard of Broadway licensing agencies as it expands its global reach.
The Broadway legend has lined up appearances across the country, starting with a 10-performance New York City concert engagement.
Yen is the latest guest on the artists’ podcast The Compass, hosted by Leah Walsh.
The theatrical musical duo are bringing their act back downtown for a March 5 concert that will also feature Nick Adams and Paige Davis.
The gala concert celebrates the man who created Tony Award-winning designs for The Producers, Hairspray, Nine, Crazy for You, Cinderella, and the 2004 revival of La Cage aux Folles.
The folk-rock musical from husband-and-wife musical duo The Bengsons has been tapped as the final production in the theatre's 2018–2019 season.
Head, who scored a hit with “One Night in Bangkok” from the show’s 1984 concept album, went on to star in the original West End run.
The concert will include a full performance of Leonard Bernstein’s 1951 one-act opera Trouble in Tahiti featuring mezzo soprano Susan Graham.
The music of soul icons Aretha Franklin, Patti LaBelle, Diana Ross, Chaka Khan, Whitney Houston, and more will be celebrated at the Triad in April.
The Olivier-winning Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre production of the Andrew Lloyd Webber-Tim Rice musical makes its U.S. debut in April.
The Grey Gardens star will perform an updated version of her acclaimed cabaret show After the Ball.
The National Endowment for the Arts is putting $36,000 behind the project that aims to create a nationwide framework for theatre education.
The evening, featuring the songs of Rachel Dean and David Brush, serves as a benefit for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
The upcoming season will also include the world-premiere musical A Strange Loop by Jonathan Larson Award-winning writer Michael R. Jackson.
The Tony-winning Hamilton star will perform the theme song for the Disney Junior remake of the classic Muppet Babies series.
Michael Mayer directs the semi-staged concert presentation of the operatic pop-rock musical that features a revised book by Danny Strong.
The 10-time Tony winner will bring his nightclub act Tommy Tune, Tonight! to Feinstein’s at the Nikko in March.
Before they won Tony Awards for the Baltimore-set musical, the songwriters were among a collective of artists starting out in the East Village nightclub scene in the 1980s.
The Tony-winning Cabaret and Good Wife star will premiere his latest show, Legal Immigrant, at the Carlyle in June.
Homeland co-star Rupert Friend was also on hand to celebrate Patinkin’s work on stage and screen.
The Tony-winning writers join Michael Musto for a conversation about the birth of their careers in New York City's downtown club scene in the 1980s.