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Current Mean Girls swing Maria Briggs worked more Broadway shows than any other performer. Here’s how she did it.
The events will reflect on what "home" means and weave themes of identity, immigration, and climate change.
The one-night-only performance will take place October 28.
Ross Golan’s new show celebrated its world premiere Off-Broadway October 7.
The world premiere, directed by Danya Taymor, opened October 7 at Playwrights Horizons.
The flash mob performance, featuring Orfeh, Andy Karl, Paige Price, Bryan Batt, and more, celebrated the musical’s 20th anniversary.
The new play, helmed by Robert O'Hara, officially opened on Broadway October 6.
The Laura Wade play, based on an unfinished Jane Austen novel, Menier Chocolate Factory September 30.
Ramos will sit down at the Upper East Side venue to chat The Good & the Bad.
The Emmy Award-winning choreographer will stage the Los Angeles-area holiday spectacular.
See who has recently joined the teams at major U.S. arts institutions.
Rachel John and Jeannette Bayardelle preview the song, which will appear in the Broadway-bound musical.
The New Jersey native will make her Shore debut October 19.
Katie Thompson's musical comedy had its off-Broadway bow at the DR2 Theatre in 2018.
The new musical about a teen rock writer in the 1970s opened at San Diego's Old Globe Theatre September 27.
Tony winners Rachel Chavkin, Katie Finneran, Julie White, and more will pay tribute to the playwright at the October event.
Nancy Harris' tale of two presidential wives had its world premiere September 25.
The Florian Zeller play opened at Manhattan Theatre Club's Samuel J. Friedman Theater September 24.
See who has recently joined the team at major U.S. theatre institutions.
The stage veteran is set for a four-episode arc on the Starz drama.
The Oscar-winning screenwriter's play has its world premiere at Los Angeles' Center Theatre Group.
The Tommy DeVito actor closed the original Broadway production in 2017.
The 36th annual event will take place October 28.
The star-studded comedy from Ryan Murphy premieres September 27.
The 2005 cult favorite will be celebrated at Brooklyn's House of Yes.
Caissie Levy, Michael James Scott, and more sang “Circle of Life,” “Friend Like Me,” and “Let It Go” live on Good Morning America.
The string and piano ensemble will offer a program paired with a wine tasting.
The announcement comes ahead of the company's October season launch.
Patti Murin, Arielle Jacobs, and Adrienne Walker see their roles with a couture twist.
The comedy hails from 2 Broke Girls creator Michael Patrick King.