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The Great Performers spring series and the David Rubenstein Atrium spring season have also been canceled due to the ongoing pandemic.
Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley's daily series benefits The Actors Fund.
The hour-long video, featuring songs and short monologues, aims to get out the vote.
Plus: Watch "Old Country: A Musical Remedy for Democracy Blues" from the musical Afterland.
The true crime comedy podcast kicks off October 30 with Tony winner Kristin Chenoweth.
The evening with the six-time Tony winner will be streamed live from the City Center stage.
Rehearsals are slated to begin in Toronto in March 2021.
The comedy will play a limited run at the Vaudeville Theatre during the holiday season.
Plus: Watch the premiere of a new song by Tony-nominated The Great Comet composer Dave Malloy, "Touch."
Two-time Tony nominee Michael Arden directs the production, which premiered at the Geffen Playhouse.
The Ogunquit Playhouse benefit will make use of the Brady Brunch squares in the theatre-via-Zoom era.
"Black Americans have stories that need to be told. We have experiences and thoughts that most people aren't privy to."
Plus: Watch the new music video from The Skivvies, "Super Heroes."
The Tony-winning actor is offering classes for both new students and alumni of her previous workshops.
The annual benefit for The American Civil Liberties Union and the New York Civil Liberties Union will honor the legacies of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Rep. John Lewis, suffragists, and mor…
Mr. Lee received a 1983 Tony for Best Scenic Design for K2 and a Special Award for Lifetime Achievement in 2013.
Mr. Binkley designed the lighting for 52 Broadway shows, receiving two Tony Awards.
Two-time Tony winner LuPone kicks off the virtual concert series at The Shubert Virtual Studios on Manhattan’s West Side.
Molière in the Park Founding Artistic Director Lucie Tiberghien directs the all-female cast.
Plus, watch Solea Pfeiffer sing with the newly formed, all-female orchestra, Broadway Sinfonietta.
Noah Thomas stars in the title role of the hit musical, which will also arrive on the silver screen in 2021.
The new movie includes original songs by Christopher Curtis, Marjorie Duffield, and Helen Park.
Plus: Watch Empire's Alexandra Grey perform "How Can You Ask" from the new musical popstar.
Directed by Frank Oz, the filmed version of the solo show makes its world premiere at the Montclair Film Festival, currently taking place through October 25.