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The three-day virtual event will connect theatre students worldwide with Broadway professionals for online workshops and more.
The addition will add accessible bathrooms and a rehearsal space to one of Broadway's more intimate theatres.
Recently published by Theatre Now New York, the collection of short musicals is available for both streaming and in-person performances.
The second episode of the project, which speaks uniquely to 2021, streams February 24.
The sophomore season will feature Andrew Barth Feldman and see the students of East High take on Beauty and the Beast.
The release includes traditional four-inch figures and keychains of characters from the Pulitzer- and Tony-winning musical.
Arts Action Sessions will pair filmed scenes with guided discussions and creative exercises to explore the real-world implications of the Tony-nominated works.
The theatrical licensor will make an all-new musical revue available to perform free of charge as part of the weekend event.
Black Writers Amplified will include new work from both established and emerging Black musical theatre writers.
As the Whitney Houston and Brandy–led film preps to premiere on Disney+, find out which songs in the Rodgers and Hammerstein favorite were written for other projects.
The January streaming event raised money for arts education with performances from Jennifer Hudson, Audra McDonald, Amber Riley, and more.
Find out how to submit a video performance for a chance to win a special V-day prize package.
The in-person event was planned for May in Sacramento, California.
The streaming series based on Adam Guettel's song cycle continues February 24 with "Work."
The national showcase shines a spotlight on and awards scholarships to the best in high school musical theatre performers.
Nia Vardalos and John Stamos emcee the special event, streaming free on Playbill from 8:30 PM ET.
The event supporting theatre in schools streams on Playbill January 28.
Find out how to apply for these scholarships, with slots for writers, directors, actors, and dancers.
The Tony-winning Pippin star will work with students nationwide on monologues and songs during the eight week session.
The new scholarship program provides financial support and mentorship to BIPOC aspiring theatre-makers.
The Freddie G Awards ceremony will include performances from Wicked star Ryan McCartan, Mean Girls' Krystina Alabado, and more.
The event supporting the Educational Theatre Foundation will stream on Playbill January 28.
The five-episode series will be available to schools through U.K. streamer Digital Theatre+.
Participants will spend a summer in residence at the Festival in a "work and learn" experience.
Captured live on stage in 2016 at London's King's Cross Theatre, the presentation marks the fifth anniversary of David Bowie's death.
The remake of the 1989 Disney animated movie will feature new songs co-written by Alan Menken and Lin-Manuel Miranda.
The online weekend-long celebration of all things youth theatre will take place January 15-17.
The Tony-winning Dear Even Hansen and Dogfight writing duo will perform in concert at the online extravaganza, set for January 15–17, 2021.
We chat with director Peter Flynn and the Wicked and Godspell composer about an updated edition of the 1978 musical that features new interviews with frontline and essential workers.
Captured live on stage in 2016 at London's King's Cross Theatre, the presentation will mark the fifth anniversary of David Bowie's death.