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The two-time Tony nominee will perform aboard the cruise from Austria to Hungary with Playbill Travel beginning November 3.
See how designer Mike Harrison has transformed the space into a Middle Eastern-inspired sanctuary.
The stage and screen actor celebrates his birthday October 21.
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The late actor, born October 21, performed her solo show chronicling her life in Hollywood.
Harvey Fierstein’s Tony Award-winning play returns to the New York stage after 35 years.
The new show from the creators of 90210! The Musical kicks off October 13.
Pulitzer Prize winner Ayad Akhtar’s play about Wall Street greed in the 1980s also stars Matthew Saldivar, Phillip James Brannon, and more, at Lincoln Center Theater.
Tony Nominee Adrienne Warren will star as Tina Turner in world premiere Musical.
The Two-time Tony winner celebrates his birthday October 19.
The event featured past and up-and-coming playwrights sharing their new work.
The show opened October 18, 2001, at the Winter Garden Theatre.
The play from House of Cards’ Beau Willimon is scheduled to begin November 9.
The Broadway revival will begin performances November 9.
Inside the Theatre, the photo feature series that documents Broadway’s historic playhouses, continues with the Shubert Theatre.
The Signature production marks the first New York City revival of the play since its critically acclaimed debut in 2000.
The show debuted Off-Broadway October 17, 1967, at the Public Theater.
The Tony-winning playwright was born October 17, 1915.
The tour of the Jonathan Larson musical will continue into 2018.
The film is set to hit theatres nationwide November 10.
The new Stephen Schwartz musical made its debut with TheatreWorks Silicon Valley.
The new musical based on the hit Nickelodeon cartoon series, gave an exclusive preview at Renaissance New York Times Square Hotel October 16.
Playwrights Ken Ludwig and Dominique Morisseau, as well as songwriting team of Chris Miller and Nathan Tysen were honored October 16.
The Pioneer Theatre Company production of the sequel to Lend Me a Tenor, runs October 20 – November 4.
Denis Jones directs a cast that also includes Byron Jennings, Jamie LaVerdiere, N’kenge, and more.
Tony nominee Hunter Foster directs a company that also includes Nick Cearley, Catherine Ricafort, Van Hughes, and more.
The series continues its unofficial tour of the U.S. as it arrives in Hartford, Connecticut, October 16.
The tour, starring James Taylor Odom and Blake Price, began performances in Elmira, New York, September 27.
The show, based on the lives of the Hilton Sisters, opened on Broadway October 16, 1997, at the Richard Rodgers Theatre.