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Led by Daniel Radcliffe, Jonathan Groff, and Lindsay Mendez, the starry Sondheim revival is playing the Hudson Theatre.
The musical is based on the 1995 cult classic film that featured Patrick Swayze, Wesley Snipes, and John Leguizamo as three drag queens on a cross-country road trip.
The timely new play began its run with a benefit performance supporting the Writers Guild of America.
The production marks the return of Mary Testa to the William Finn musical in a different role after starring in the original Off-Broadway company.
The new play begins its run with a benefit performance supporting the Writers Guild of America.
The play is a cautionary tale about the dangers of artificial intelligence.
The upcoming season also includes world premieres from Paula Vogel and Jen Silverman.
Both Grey and Kander were honored during The Tony Awards: Act One June 11.
The adaptation of the beloved Disney cartoon debuts in theatres May 26.
Taking its name from basketball star LeBron James, the work comes to New York after runs at Steppenwolf Theatre Company and Center Theatre Group.
Jessica Hecht and Laura Linney co-star in the two-hander from David Auburn.
With a book by Craig Lucas, the new musical will begin performances at Atlantic Theater Company May 5.
Funds are currently being raised to establish a museum and theatre education center in the former home of the famed lyricist.
Digital lottery and rush policies have been announced for the follow-up to The Play That Goes Wrong, which begins previews March 17 at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre.
The follow-up to The Play That Goes Wrong will star much of its original West End cast.
Wayne Cilento directs the seldom-produced work, re-creating Fosse's original, 1978 Tony-winning choreography.
Ms. Simon began her career as a songwriter alongside her sister, Carly Simon, before transitioning to the stage.
Mr. Woodward began work at the cultural center the week it opened and remained a part of its leadership for 45 years until his retirement in 2016.
Home to the New York Philharmonic, the venue celebrated its grand reopening October 8, two years ahead of schedule.
The musical features country hits from Florida Georgia Line, Kenny Chesney, Miranda Lambert, Dolly Parton, Little Big Town, Keith Urban, and more.
The musical tells the story of two rival drag bars fighting for financial survival.
Feldstein appeared on CBS Sunday Morning and Good Morning America to discuss what playing Fanny Brice means to her.