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Provincetown's largest entertainment venue will host a wide array of theatrical talent
The Nicholas Sparks novel officially opens on Broadway March 14 with a score by Ingrid Michaelson and a book by Bekah Brunstetter.
The musical adaptation of the 1989 cult film favorite features a book, music, and lyrics by Kevin Murphy and Laurence O'Keefe.
The star-studded gala will honor record industry executive Clive Davis.
The co-production with Tectonic Theater Project will be directed by Moisés Kaufman.
Parents received an email Friday night announcing the cancellation, but no transparent reasoning was provided.
The new David Yazbek, Erik Della Penna, and Itamar Moses musical follows a real-life outlaw whose dead body becomes a side-show attraction.
Inspired by Beat Era poetry, the play-with-music will be directed by Fempath.
Sydney Lemmon and Peter Friedman star again in Max Wolf Friedlich's play, now playing the Connelly Theatre following its acclaimed premiere at SoHo Playhouse.
Scott Elliott directs Jordan Seavvey's play following a mother and world-famous performer who suddenly reappear after being missing.
The Warhol factory drama will be directed by Rachel Klein.
The three albums will feature songs from new musicals Cinderella Rock, Oz the Musical, and U.G.L.Y.
The 2023 Larson Grant Recipient's rock/hip-hop/folk opera follows a rock band on a quest for vengeance.
Dominic Dromgoole directs the new moral thriller from Paul Grellong, centering on a Harvard professor who invites a white nationalist to his yearly symposium at the college.
Corey Cott stars in the Huey Lewis and the News jukebox musical.
Playwright Austin Pendleton will direct his own work, which follows Orson Welles, Laurence Olivier, and Vivien Leigh as they clash in a theatre production.
The show combines drag, multimedia, audience interaction, puppetry, and queer joy.
The Hadestown alum's return to the venue will be livestreamed.
The new immersive electro-swing musical features music and lyrics by Andrew Gerle and a book by DJ Salisbury.
With a book, music, and lyrics by Kailey Marshall, the show chronicles one woman's experiences of the ecstasy, pain, and hilarity of sex.
The York Theatre Company production features the songs of Petula Clark, Lesley Gore, Dusty Springfield, and other hits.
The work explores the true story of Fernando Barba, who discovered he has an extraordinary gift for creating music using his own body as an instrument.
Jonathan Roxmouth will return to the titular role in the tour, which was put on pause at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The world premiere from the Strange Loop creator follows Christian teenager Dawn O'Keefe, whose body bites back when men try to violate her.
The comedic play-with-music returns to the Fringe after two sold-out runs in London.
Estelle Parsons will direct the new play following two men from historically-linked families meeting and confronting hundreds of years of injustice.
This year's Harmony Gala also honors the not-for-profit The Ali Forney Center.
Julia Rodriguez-Elliott directs the Stephen Sondheim favorite at the Los Angeles venue.
Ontario's Musical Theatre Productions is sending its Silver Spotlight senior company back to senior year of high school.
Kritzer will work alongside director Leigh Silverman and choreographer Mayte Natalio on Suffs.
Tony winner Diane Paulus co-directs the adaptation of the acclaimed memoir with Carl.