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These shows invited the audience to participate, and the experience was unforgettable.
Live music and live painting creates a multimedia theatrical experience that is hypnotic, transportive, and terrifying.
The LGBTQ+ cabaret extravaganza is a sensual and empowering late-night experience at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
The creator behind Edgar Allen Poe: Murder in the Rue Morgue explains why people love murder stories.
In her madcap one-woman show Tragedy, McCollister examines how the male gaze leads to tragedy (for women).
This show where a woman plays a chicken who thinks he's an Irishman is unlike anything you've ever seen.
Writer-performer duo and 2022 Fringe First winners Natasha Roland and Xhloe Rice detail the road to Fringe for their new play, What If They Ate the Baby?
The one-man show directed by the late Adam Brace, of Broadway's Just For Us, is a proper goodbye to a chosen family member.
This new play by Martha Watson Allpress and starring Alexa Davies moves at breakneck speed through a seemingly mundane day in the life for an “ethical-ish” weed dealer.
From a couple of Cats to a Topdog, it's the beginning of a new year for Broadway's brightest born in July.
The new Audible podcast based on Bechdel’s comic strip boasts a powerful team of queer theatre artists.
They are paving a path for the women, BIPOC, and queer producers of tomorrow.
From an American First Lady to an Old Man and the Pool, Playbill gives a standing ovation to Broadway's brightest born in June.
From two current residents of Camelot to two Evan Hansens, Playbill raises the curtain for Broadway's brightest born in May.
The Broadway veterans help Corden say goodbye to his famed segment in this musical mashup.
The new animated film hits movie theatres November 22.
The composer, with collaborators Lileana Blain-Cruz and Raja Feather Kelly, topples conventional musical theatre in an explosive three-hour new musical.
From Cinderella's Prince to ladies who lunch, Playbill lights up the marquee for Broadway's brightest born in April.
From a Sondheim muse to a Beautiful composer-lyricist—happy birthday to Broadway's brightest born in February.
Once Hollywood’s go-to ingenue, the star is exploring middle-aged dissatisfaction in the new Off-Broadway play.
Happy birthday to Broadway's brightest born in the first month of the year—from a Hamilton creator to multiple actresses who have played Anita in West Side Story.
The figure will take six months and 20 studio artists to complete in London before arriving at the Times Square venue.
Dexter Bullard will direct the industry reading of David Meyers' latest play.
Step into the spotlight with these self-tape audition opportunities for shows on Broadway and beyond.
Matt de Rogatis will reprise his starring role in the Joe Rosario-directed revival.
Kate, directed by Bo Burnham, will begin its eight-week run in December.
Set up your home studio and submit for roles on Broadway and beyond.
Step into the spotlight with self-tape audition opportunities for shows across the country.
Whether you missed the live broadcast or you want to re-watch your favorite moments, we've got the details on how you can watch the June 12 ceremony.