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This Thursday we remember the sold-out Off-Broadway engagement of the Tony-winning Best Musical.
We take a look back at Kristin Chenoweth’s emotional performance from her Coming Home concert.
The Tony winner will play an advocate for victims of bullying in the second season.
The third annual Elsie Fest, which celebrates music from stage and screen, will take place October 8.
The Tony winner plays a teacher in the upcoming film adaption.
The two screenings will feature special performances by Waitress' Caitlin Houlahan and Chicago's NaTasha Yvette Williams.
The new album features Santino Fontana, Skylar Astin, James Earl Jones, and more.
The Phil Geoffrey Bond play, starring Tony winner Alice Ripley, will play the first-ever Broadway Bound Theatre Festival August 10, 12, 14.
See who's joining Laurence Fox in the U.K. tour of the Tom Stoppard drama.
Coon, who will soon return to the New York stage, won the award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Drama.
The Tony nominee will return as Jo’s husband.
The Tony winner returns to the West End for the first time in 10 years to star in Alexi Kaye Campbell’s play.
The family-friendly musical by Maurice Sendak and Carole King wraps up the summer Encores! Off-Center season.
We throw it back to Deaf West Theatre's Broadway production trailer of Spring Awakening!
The Tony nominee will headline the Christopher Hampton adaption at London's Menier Chocolate Factory.
The Strand Magazine will publish the lost gem in its next issue.
The director, producers, artists, and cast members of the VMA-nominated music video offer a peek of how it came to be.
The world premiere opened at London's Old Vic July 26.
The At Home With Amy Sedaris series will air October 24.
The episode will air July 27 on Comedy Central.
The company of the Broadway musical is willing to bake for it (bake for it).
We throw it back to Jonathan Groff's iconic Miscast musical number.
The Eclipsed director will helm an episode in the current second season of the OWN TV series.
The third annual festival, which celebrates music from stage and screen, will be held on October 8.
The world premiere of Soft Power will be presented at the Ahmanson in Los Angeles May 3–June 10, 2018.
The world premiere of Douglas Carter Beane's musical runs through August 6 at Dallas Theater Center.
The original Lorrel will star alongside Kimberly Elise and Deon Cole in the upcoming indie comedy.
Additionally, Linda Cho and Oskar Eustis are among those joining the Wing's Advisory Committee.
The reading will feature Paul Alexander Nolan, Nikki Renee Daniels, and Eric Petersen.
Tony nominee Stephanie D’Abruzzo and Stephanie Umoh will join Pedi in the production beginning August 5.
The Olivier winner will step into the role officially beginning April 2018.