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The 24-hour live stream will also include cast reunions for Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 and KPOP.
The Pulitzer Prize winner will present four works that have yet to be seen by a wide audience.
Kerry Butler, Krysta Rodriguez, James Monroe Iglehart, and more will appear on the show.
Lauren Samuels directs and stars as Cathy opposite Danny Becker as Jamie.
Jac Yarrow and Jason Donovan are set to reprise their roles from the 2019 production.
The Bay Area venue will also host three world premieres, including a musical from Saheem Ali, Michael Thurber, and Jocelyn Bioh.
The documentary drops on Hulu June 5.
Playbill will host a free live pre-show event featuring the stars of the musical.
Clarke is set to star in The Seagull prior to Chastain in A Doll's House, both at London's Playhouse Theatre.
The free NT Live re-broadcast is available through June 4.
A portion of proceeds goes to Broadway Cares.
Runners, walkers, dancers, and more can raise money for those negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the wake of coronavirus, Miscast20 will be live streamed for free June 20.
The award is presented by the Dramatists Guild to playwrights in recognition of their work.
The YouTube series offers live streamed performances and Q&As with a variety of theatre favorites.
The production was originally scheduled to premiere May 27 at the Daryl Roth Theatre.
The production is part of the new Old Vic: in Camera series.
The cabaret stars performed a medley of the composer's most cherished numbers.
The West End stars performed a medley of the composer's most cherished numbers.
The series also features Ashleigh Cummings and Broadway alum Mattea Conforti.
The entire Playwrights Horizons cast will return to remotely perform the Will Arbery play.
The stage regular plays Camilla Parker Bowles in the new musical.
James Jackson Jr., Nick Cearley, and more performed at the showcase of songs from the 1920s and '30s.
The #54BelowAtHome series continues with the star of On Your Feet! and more.
Feinstein's/54 Below moves its concert series online with a slew of Broadway stars.
The interviews will be followed by a Q&A session where fans can interact with their favorite Broadway star.
The New Jersey playhouse will host a virtual celebration of local high school students.
The show follows the lives of young musicians hoping to make it big in NYC.
The #BuildAVirtualProm trend started last month when high schoolers were asked to submit videos of themselves dancing in quarantine.
Traditionally held at the Provincetown Art House, the performances will now take place online.
The Hamilton Tony nominee recorded the track in 2015 at the Public Theater.