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Playbill gets ready for youth group with the Gossip Girl actor, who has to cover his tattoos for the role.
Playbill gets ready for places with Passenger #1 from the Jordan E. Cooper play.
Starring Erika Henningsen, the new musical opens at George Street Playhouse December 16.
Playbill gets ready backstage with one of the stars of the spooky hit musical.
The evening honored Paula Vogel, Jeffrey Banks, and Barbara Olcott.
The Suzan-Lori Parks revival stars Corey Hawkins and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II.
Tony winner Joel Grey returns as director.
The world premiere family-friendly musical at The Tank features puppets by The Ladies of Mischief.
The queer coming-of-age musical, starring Megan Hill and Jessica Aubrey, continues through November at the Turbine.
The first Broadway revival of the August Wilson play opens at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre October 13.
The star-studded revival begins at the Kennedy Center October 7.
Playbill gets ready for the five-minute call with the Off-Broadway cast of Kinky Boots.
The pair joined the company September 6 at the August Wilson Theatre.
Performances of the August Wilson play began September 19 at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre.
It's a full-circle moment for the Free Shakespeare in the Park performer, who first saw this Shakespeare work when he was seven years old, and reprises his 2017 Public Works role.
Playbill gets ready with Khwezi as she prepares for her entrance as Broadway's Nala.
The Tony-winning musical opened Off-Broadway at Stage 42 August 25.
The Public Theater's Free Shakespeare in the Park production began performances August 10.
The political farce ended its run at the Shubert Theatre August 14.
The European tour will celebrate 100 performances August 13.
The long-running production continues at the Ambassador Theatre.
The television veteran and star of POTUS talks being shot out of a canon, the importance of comedy, and vomit rehearsals.
The Public Theater's Free Shakespeare in the Park production begins performances August 10.
Asher Muldoon's adaptation of the Patrick McCabe novel opened August 1.
John Hillner, who starred in the original Broadway production, reprises the role of Reverend Shaw at the Long Island venue.
The new play, co-written by Hanks, opened July 16.
The musical, based on the Jodi Picoult and Samantha Van Leer novel, opened July 11 at Off-Broadway's Tony Kiser Theater.
The Actors Fund, newly named the Entertainment Community Fund, celebrated its birthday at Junior’s Restaurant June 8th.
The Tennessee Williams revival officially opens at The Duke of York’s Theatre May 31.
The evening was hosted by Tony winners LaChanze and Shuler Hensley May 23.
The Tony-nominated ghoulish musical reopened at the Marquis Theatre April 8.