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Celebrate these shows in honor of the 2020 Summer Games in Tokyo, Japan.
The Off-Broadway hit is next up as part of Private Reels: From the LCT Archives.
The performance in Washington, D.C., honors the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks.
The Open Access membership policy will also make it easier for former members of Equity to rejoin the union.
The new musical will play the Vivian Beaumont Theater.
The composer recently canceled the opening of his new musical.
The coming-of-age film is written by Alvaro García Lecuona.
The long-running favorite returns to the Orpheum Theatre.
The Washington, D.C., institution will welcome audiences back this September.
A guide for theatre fans to check out their favorites in virtual concerts, talk shows, and panels.
Renée Fleming in Le Nozze di Figaro, Anna Netrebko in Il Trovatore, and more opera favorites will close out the series.
The musical was set to officially open July 20.
Performances are halted indefinitely but the production hopes to resume at a later date.
The Off-Broadway theatre was sold for $11 million.
Coronavirus cases are rising in the U.K. as Step 4 begins July 19.
Could VR be the next frontier for theatre?
The Mischief production will now play the Apollo Theatre in London.
The magic and illusion spectacular will now begin July 21 at the Palace Theatre.
Seaview and Marathon Digital have partnered to create a platform for Broadway digital collectibles.
The Tony nominee narrates the romantic comedy.
Broadway-Bound is a new collaboration between Bryant Park and BroadwayEvolved.
Silverman will direct Cale’s new play Sandra.
The play premiered Off-Broadway in 2014.
The Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss musical is currently running at London's Lyric Theatre.
Following Vineyard Theatre runs, Emily Davis and Deirdre O’Connell will reprise their performances at the Lyceum Theatre.
The fairy tale gets a contemporary update with a book by Oscar winner Emerald Fennell.
The choreographer discusses her take on the new fairy tale, racism, and more.
Check out which stage names were recognized for their work on the small screen.
Some of the new titles will be based on Rodgers and Hammerstein properties, which are a part of Concord's theatre catalog.
The Performing Now NYC booth offers tickets to Off-Broadway, dance, and comedy shows.