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The award is presented by Actors’ Equity’s Advisory Committee on Chorus Affairs.
The 1974 musical begins performances June 19 at the outdoor venue.
The solo show is part of the Queerly Festival.
The annual stripathon raised $1,875,090 for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
Vosk will reprise her performance as Elphaba after taking on the role on tour.
The Pulitzer-winning 1961 musical played the D.C. venue June 6–10 as part of the Broadway Center Stage series.
Hanks plays Falstaff in the Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles production.
David Staller directs the reading as part of the Project Shaw series.
The annual striptease spectacular benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
Matthew Dunster will direct the production at the Vaudeville Theatre.
Jack Cummings III will direct the evening, which will be hosted by original stars Jill O’Hara and Margo Sappington.
Murin recalls several humorous moments onstage with Jason Tam, Dee Roscioli, and more.
The family-friendly lunchtime series kicks off in Brooklyn.
The June 15–16 concerts celebrate the centennial of the late composer Leonard Bernstein.
The new series will premiere in 2019.
The sequel to the ABBA sensation heads to movie theatres July 20.
Michael James Scott will play the West End, while Trevor Dion Nicholas returns to America.
The evening will be held at the Merkin Concert Hall at the Kaufman Music Center.
The Broadway musicals will open in Sydney over the next two years.
The William Finn-Rachel Sheinkin musical makes its world premiere in Massachusetts starring Harriet Harris, Will Swenson, and Laura Michelle Kelly.
The Off-Broadway company's lineup features works by Jesse Eisenberg, Sharr White, and Jeremy O. Harris.
The TV presentation of the musical adaptation, featuring a score by Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey, co-stars Cozi Zuehlsdorff.
The family favorite will begin in Beverly, Massachusetts, July 10.
Performances begin Off-Broadway July 5.
Katie Mitchell will direct the world premiere in January 2019.
The William Finn-Rachel Sheinkin musical is making its world premiere at the Massachusetts venue.
Joshua Henry, Renée Elise Goldsberry, and the late Jan Maxwell are among DeBose’s picks.
The limited engagement begins at the Westside Theatre June 13.