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Not your average a cappella group, the Broadway actors of RANGE produce viral music videos and eight-show weeks in equal measure.
Currently starring in South Coast Repertory’s production of The Siegel, the actor who launched his career with Broadway’s The Graduate pinpoints the moment when he discovered the…
Now that he’s snagged a role on television, the Tony nominee for Hand to God shares the biggest challenge of his career, what it’s like to work with John Lithgow, and more.
The Tony-winning choreographer of Hamilton makes his Broadway directorial debut and lifts the silence of war veterans through swing in the new musical.
In Haram! Iran!, a rabbi’s daughter plays a Muslim woman and finds connection, empathy, and a path to understanding.
The new musical ensures that the stories of 9/11 heroes will go unsung no more.
In anticipation of the March release of the live-action musical, Playbill looks back at the women who have lived the provincial life.
Fresh from the Netflix original, the Argentine actor brings an international flair and his theatre roots to Feinstein’s/54 Below.
Anthony Rapp, Rebecca Luker, Jen Colella, and Brad Bass offer their best advice.
What four actors with disabilities say about the roles they are always offered.
This was one of several questions answered at BroadwayCon’s conversation on Theatre Accessibilty.
One young artist was chosen by Anthony Rapp, LaChanze, and casting director Tara Rubin as the Star to Be.
How Thoroughly Modern Millie ended up with a working elevator, one producer “originated” a role in Dear Evan Hansen, and idea for improv became a decade-long hit, and more.
The unmissable performances and moments from the January 27 show.
The Tony winner talked about realizing the darker side of these legacy roles in a BroadwayCon panel that also boasted multiple Tony nominees Danny Burstein, Judy Kuhn, and Celia-Keenan Bolge…
The Lovely Bones star makes her stage debut in MCC Theater’s Yen.
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The Theater Hall of Fame welcomed Brian Stokes Mitchell, Phylicia Rashad, Marsha Norman, Glenn Close, Paul Libin, Tim Rice, Joe Masteroff and Catherin Zuber.
Actor Hannah Dunne makes her stage debut opposite the ’80s film maven in Terms of Endearment.
The creator of The Backstagers speaks up about why he created a comic series for queer youth, where magic lives in the wings.
Television isn’t the only place to catch the cult classic. Here’s a guide to various screenings, sing-alongs and staged productions you can see in the tristate area!
From lucky cancellation line buyers to celebrity attendees, Playbill takes you to the scene of the final performance of Hamilton’s three leads.
What do a drag queen on roller skates, an over-excited llama and Carol Channing have to do with each other? Welcome to The Commedia Cinderella.
Stories from hopefuls on the audition line.
Over 1,000 girls lined up in hopes to be television’s Tracy Turnblad. We spoke to the musical’s casting director and a few of the hopefuls about what it would be like to be the next Nice…
Opportunity, understanding and visibility are at the core of the conversation that is changing the dynamic between casting directors and actors with disabilities.
The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey, which was recently seen Off-Broadway, begins a limited run Jan. 13 at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City, CA.
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld begins a yearlong series of monthly shows titled Jerry Seinfeld: The Homestead at New York's Beacon Theatre Jan. 7.