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The Wednesday and Thursday performances of the Shakespeare in the Park production were also canceled following a member of the production testing positive for the coronavirus.
Jack Feldstein and Paul Doust's new musical also features Lena Hall, Jackie Hoffman, and Gavin Lee.
Award-winning composer Lloyd Webber canceled the July 20 opening earlier this week.
Beverley Knight also stars in the musical, which will play Newcastle before arriving in the West End in November.
Performances of the family-friendly musical begin August 12 at the St. Louis venue.
Meg Fofonoff directs the Alan Zachary-Michael Weiner-Austin Winsberg musical.
Jamila Wignot’s film evokes Ailey’s memories through archival footage and audio recordings.
Kathleen Marshall directs and choreographs the production of the Cole Porter classic.
The studio recording from the Tony winner is now available via Old Mill Road Recording.
The Tony nominees will reprise their Broadway roles for the London concert.
The program encourages the reopening of Broadway productions as part of New York's economic recovery initiative.
Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley's daily series benefits The Actors Fund.
The August event will be the first production presented by the rebranded New City Music Theatre.
The annual holiday extravaganza was canceled in 2020 due to the pandemic.
The Broadway favorite is a current Tony nominee (and an Olivier nominee) for her work as the rock icon.
Four in-person performances are presented at Broadway's New Amsterdam Theatre.
The international hit musical resumes performances with two new cast members.
The Shakespeare in the Park production began previews July 6 at the outdoor Delacorte Theater.
The organization's West End theatres include The Playhouse, Harold Pinter, Lyceum, Duke of York's, Phoenix, Fortune, Ambassadors, Savoy, Piccadilly, and Apollo Victoria.
Recipients will be honored in December during a celebration of the arts to be filmed for subsequent TV broadcast.
Ben Joyce, Adam Bailey, Karl James Wilson, and Benjamin Yates perform the classic tune for the upcoming production of the Tony-winning musical.
The Broadway favorite will make her solo New York cabaret debut later this month at Feinstein's/54 Below.
Performances begin at the St. Louis venue August 30.
The film, based on the Tony-winning musical, will open the festival in September.
The Olivier-winning musical returns to the Victoria Palace Theatre in August.
The veteran cabaret artist tells CBS Sunday Morning that, after returning from the pandemic, her audiences not only cheered but cried.
Previews are set to begin August 27 at London's Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
The studio recording will be released July 23 via Old Mill Road Recording.
The Tony-winning actor previewed his Harold Hill for The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.