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The initiative awards American teachers with a $10,000 grant in recognition of their extraordinary impact.
The 1968 album joins 525 audio recordings selected for preservation because of their "cultural, historic, and aesthetic importance to the nation's recorded sound heritage."
Starring Rebecca Naomi Jones and Damon Daunno, the production comes to Broadway following a sold-out engagement at Brooklyn's St. Ann's Warehouse.
Orchestrator Daniel Kluger reveals how he makes the score sing with the magic of Rodgers and Hammerstein—with only seven musicians.
The program, presented by arts education nonprofit Inside Broadway, offers students a glimpse at how Broadway shows run and operate.
The Ahrens and Flaherty musical, based on the hit 1976 film and featuring a book co-written by Sylvester Stallone, played Broadway in 2014.
The movie, featuring songs from the original 1992 animated film and new material by Pasek and Paul, arrives in theatres May 24.
The 2017 Off-Broadway cast, including Carrie St. Louis, Alex Boniello, and Constantine Rousouli, recorded the cast album last summer.
The Dear Evan Hansen and Ain't Too Proud stars teamed up for the new pop release.
The Falsettos and An American in Paris star puts his spin on golden age Broadway classics.
The Oscar-winning screenplay by Tom Stoppard and Marc Norman was adapted for the stage by Network and Billy Elliot playwright Lee Hall.
Founder of DRG records, Mr. Fordin worked for more than six decades on theatre albums including The Act, Falsettos, and The Producers.
A special preview track, "Ain't Too Proud to Beg," is currently available to stream and as an immediate download with pre-orders.
"Theatre, arts, makes kids learn things in a different way than taking a test does," shares The Band's Visit star in his testimonial kicking off 2019's Theatre in Our Schools month.
The acclaimed revival will begin previews at the Circle in the Square March 19.
High school and middle school theatre programs can apply for one of ten $1,000 grants, funded by Music Theatre International.
Produced by the National Endowment for the Arts in collaboration with the American Theatre Wing, the program pairs aspiring student writers with professional musical theatre artists.
With performances by the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus, Britney Coleman, and more, the epic choral work tells the story of more than a century of LGBTQ history in America.
Written by Kirsten Childs, the show played an Off-Broadway premiere production at Playwrights Horizons in 2017.
Manhattan School of Music's production reflects John Kander's favorite moments from all the various editions of the classic musical, including Bob Fosse's 1972 film adaptation.
"Black Woman," now available digitally, was co-written by Brooks, Ramos, and Will Wells.
The new digital release preserves the gender-swapped version of the Sondheim and Furth classic.
This new production of the Howard Ashman-Alan Menken musical will celebrate the 125th anniversary of Bool's Flower Shop in Ithaca.
For every visible gun featured in the staging of the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic, a donation will be made to a non-profit working to end gun violence.
The Spider-Man and Hadestown star will offer evenings of original music and a celebration of Queen.
Set to release in February, the new album will preserve the gender-swapped version of the Sondheim and Furth classic.
Watch a clip from the Wicked star's upcoming appearance on ABC's 20/20.
The 2017 National Theatre production featured a cast including Imelda Staunton, and Janie Dee; the latter will reprise her performance in the 2019 return of the staging.
From Argentinian presidents in Evita to U.S. Assassins, test your history in musical theatre knowledge with this quiz!
Pre-orders of the digital and physical releases include an immediate download of “Breakfast at Tiffany's” from the upcoming album.
The complaint, filed in June 2018, states that Theaterpalooza Community Theater Productions, Inc. in Virginia had presented at least 16 illegal and unlicensed productions.