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From memoirs by Leslie Odom, Jr and Kenny Leon to histories of shows like Chicago, here are the theatrical titles hitting shelves in spring 2018.
Test your knowledge of the Playbill covers of these shows—without their titles.
The Grammy-winning album has sold 1.46 million copies since its September 2015 release.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day a little early Broadway’s most romantic and accomplished offstage pairings.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day a little early with Broadway’s most romantic and accomplished offstage pairings.
The new album drops February 9.
Broadway characters have been known to lift a few, but can you remember what exactly they imbibe? Take our quiz to find out!
The film, based on Michael John LaChiusa's Off-Broadway musical, premiered in 2017.
The second entry in the Hedwig Tony winner's year-long series is available for download and streaming.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the multiple puppets needed for every character in this Tony-winning musical.
From Glocca Mora to Fleet Street, Broadway shows take place all over the world—even in imaginary ones. Which are real and which are made up? Take our quiz!
His film Broadway: The Golden Age won festival awards nationwide in 2003.
The initial run of the Stephen Sondheim musical starred Imelda Staunton, Tracie Bennett, and Philip Quast.
With songs from 15 legendary Broadway musicals, the album is set to drop in April.
Black Sheep: The Authorised Biography of Nicol Williamson will be released May 1.
The second entry in the Hedwig and the Angry Inch Tony winner's year-long series drops February 2.
Did you know that some of the best songs written for Hamilton, Once On This Island, and Little Shop of Horrors were cut before opening night? Read about and listen to them here!
Broadway's longest-running show is celebrating its 30th anniversary, so we want to know how well you know its lyrics. Take our quiz to find out!
The Songs of Leo Hurley & Charles Osborne hits Broadway's supper club February 8.
Tony nominee Rachel Chavkin directs a play by five-time Obie Award winner Caryl Churchill.
Which productions hold the house record for the longest run across Broadway's 41 theatres? Check out this list to see!
Joanna Chilcoat Fellows, who plays Ellen in the cult film, performs a parody of Hamilton's opening number to fight cuts to arts funding in her Maryland school district.
The film, which also features Sas Goldberg, Christine Lahti, Mena Suvari, and Hayley Kiyoko, hits theatres and VOD February 9.
You might know the names of all 41 Broadway houses, but can you remember the names they used to go by? Take our quiz to find out!
The January 17 event includes a Playbill Instagram takeover from SpongeBob SquarePants swing Alex Gibson and a Facebook Live broadcast with the swings of A Bronx Tale.
The Tony and Emmy winner hit The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to discuss his Broadway return and The Crown.
As Bernadette Peters readies to return to the Shubert in Hello, Dolly! after appearing there in Gypsy, we look at performers who keep coming back—to the same theatres.
Something Wonderful: Rodgers and Hammerstein's Broadway Revolution releases April 3.
From 3 Beekman Place to 17 Cherry Tree Lane, how well-versed are you in the locations in your favorite Broadway shows? Take our quiz to find out!
Tickets are available to Ticketmaster Verified Fans beginning January 15.