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The funds directly support the Broadway nonprofit’s new play development.
The two-day event will feature original artwork, costumes and more crafted by the local chapter’s members.
Tony Award-winning actors Victoria Clark, Leslie Odom Jr. and Roger Bart are among those slated to appear at the annual event.
“Purlie Victorious,” “Spamalot,” “Harmony” and “Merrily We Roll Along” are slated to participate.
Tony Award winners Jeanine Tesori and David Lindsay-Abaire will modify their score and book for the new production.
The presentation will also feature Biko Eisen-Martin and Michael Rishawn.
The experience coincides with the release of the film adaption of the 2018 Broadway musical.
For the week ending Nov. 26, the 26 currently running productions grossed $34,512,033.
Following the launch of its North American tour, the musical will open in Hamburg in October 2024.
The Tony Award nominee will play her final performance on Dec. 17.
In addition to new and re-elected appointments, Jonathan S. Cerullo and Nick Corley received the President’s Award for Extraordinary Service.
Lane will play Amos Hart, having previously played Billy Flynn.
Byron Jennings, Sharon Catherine Brown and others return to their roles from the Off-Broadway production.
The revival has found its Fraulein Kost and Ernst Ludwig.
The new initiative aims to increase arts access and participation for underserved communities.
The recording of the Stephen Sondheim-George Furth musical is now available digitally from Sony Masterworks.
Jules Arnott and Darren Atkins also tapped to head Lloyd Webber’s West End theaters.
Broadway’s Billy Crystal, Renée Fleming and Barry Gibb are among the artists to be honored on the Dec. 27 telecast.
For the week ending Nov. 12, the 28 productions currently running grossed $29,163,440.
Plus, a Broadway theater, opening night date and additional producer have been announced.
“Shucked” wins Grand Clio Award, “& Juliet” and “Grey House” take home two honors each.
The Joshua Harmon play will open Jan. 9 at Manhattan Theatre Club’s Samuel J. Friedman Theatre.
The musical will open at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre in spring 2024.
“Shucked” co-composers and co-lyricists Brandy Clark and Shane McAnally both received multiple nominations.
The deal follows the end of the WGA strike, both of which put television and film production at a stand-still for months.
Kenneth Robinson, Kate Rockwell, Elizabeth Teeter and more will be featured in the stage adaptation of E.R. Braithwaite’s book.
All are welcome to recycle electronics in Times Square on Nov. 15.
Harvey Fierstein, Danny Burstein, Judy Kuhn and more will honor the “Fiddler on the Roof” lyricist.
Tony Award winner Bebe Neuwirth will present the award on Nov. 27.
Producers Lively McCabe Entertainment and Primary Wave Music are developing the stage property based on the 1980s film.
For the week ending Nov. 5, the 28 currently running productions grossed $26,546,735.