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The gender-swapped production, starring Katrina Lenk, begins performances at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre March 2.
The stage adaptation of Erika L. Sánchez’s novel will begin performances in Chicago February 26.
The hit London and Broadway comedy continues its run at New World Stages.
The new musical, starring Jeanna de Waal as the late Princess of Wales, will begin performances at the Longacre Theatre March 2.
The Neil Simon comedy opened at the Plymouth Theatre February 14, 1968.
The world premiere will play a limited engagement at New World Stages beginning February 29.
The Michael Arden-helmed presentation, also starring Eden Espinosa, Alex Newell, and Jessica Vosk, will play Lincoln Center’s David Geffen Hall February 17.
Young Jean Lee's play-concert, starring Janelle McDermoth, opens at Tony Kiser Theater February 25.
The new musical, directed by Tony nominee Sheryl Kaller, opens February 14.
The Lincoln Center Theater production, starring Carmen Cusack, Harry Hadden-Paton, and Tony Yazbeck, will begin performances at the Vivian Beaumont Theater March 12.
Matthew Lopez's Olivier Award–winning play opened at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre November 17.
The London production also features Samuel Beckett’s short play Rough for Theatre II.
The world premiere by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen will begin performances Off-Broadway February 18.
The Keen Company production, directed by LA Williams, will open at Theatre Row February 18.
The New York premiere of Yee’s intimate rock epic, directed by directed by Chay Yew, will open at the Signature Theatre February 24.
Second Stage Theater’s 33rd annual All-Star Bowling Classic took place February 10.
The presentation of the Jerry Herman musical will begin performances at New York City Center February 19.
The world premiere opened at the New Jersey Venue February 9.
The new family-friendly musical, directed by Lee Sunday Evans, began performances Off-Broadway February 7.
Quio Nguyen’s new musical opens at the Geffen Playhouse February 13.
The annual gala, held at Tao Downtown February 10, honored Festival trustees Bo and Katherine Peabody.
The Tony-winning lyricist and librettist welcomed fans to a reading of his literary adaptation of the Off-Broadway musical February 7.
The Tracy Letts play, directed by Tony winner David Cromer, opened in Chicago February 3.
The February 3 concert at Feinstein’s/54 Below featured Broadway stars singing from their dream roles that will never be.
The concert, presented by Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley, was held at Town Hall in New York City February 6.
The world premiere, directed by Slave Play’s Robert O’Hara, opened at Virginia’s Signature Theatre February 5.
The new musical, with music and lyrics by Duncan Sheik, lyrics by Amanda Green, and a book by Jonathan Marc Sherman, opened February 4.
The event, featuring Anaïs Mitchell's Tony Award-winning musical, plus Moulin Rouge! and more, was celebrated at Capitale February 3.
The Tony winner of M. Butterfly and organizers of the Winston-Salem festival were celebrated at the Edison Ballroom.
The bio-musical, starring Tony and Olivier nominee Adrienne Warren, opened at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre November 7.
Daniel Messé, Mike Lew, and Rehana Lew Mirzawere awarded for their work in musical theatre at the ASCAP headquarters February 3.