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Keen Company brings Pearl Cleage’s play to the New York stage for the first time since its premiere 25 years ago.
John Mulaney, David Byrne, and more attended the reception in honor of the Tony-nominated director.
The popular underwear-clad duo returned to the Green Room 42 on February 17.
Shereen Pimentel stars as Maria opposite Isaac Powell as Tony in the revamped production.
Letts' play begins previews February 25 at the Cort Theatre.
The Susan Smith Blackburn Prize–winning play, directed by Lileana Blain-Cruz, opened at Atlantic Theater February 18.
The February 16 evening at Birdland benefited The Actors Fund.
The February 24 benefit will star Kathleen Chalfant, Marsha Mason, Michael Urie, and more.
The world-premiere comedy, directed by Steve H. Broadnax III, began February 11 at the Signature Theatre.
The Lyrics & Lyricists presentation will perform February 22–24.
Performances continue through March 1 in Cerritos, California.
Michael Arden directed the evening, also starring Alex Newell and Jessica Vosk, at David Geffen Hall February 17.
The play, which premiered on Broadway in 1939, has recieved four subsequent revivals.
The special engagement will begin performances March 10.
The presentation of the Jerry Herman musical is scheduled to begin performances February 19 at New York City Center.
The Civilians production of the ghost story musical opens March 24 at 59E59.
The Hamilton and Fox's Rent alum joined the cast of the Tony-winning musical at the Music Box Theatre January 28.
David Seidler's drama, which tells the story of how King George VI overcame his speech impediment, began performances February 11 at the National Theatre.
The beloved Jonathan Larson musical opened at New York Theatre Workshop on February 13, 1996.
Ryan Cupello and Mia Vallet star in the production at Access Theater, which opens February 13.
The world premiere, performed by actor-playwright Donnetta Lavinia Grays, opened at WP Theater February 11.
The LCT3 production, directed by Knud Adams, opens Feburary 24 at the Claire Tow Theatre.
Sally Cookson’s adaption of Patrick Ness’ novel launched at the Chichester Festival Theatre February 6.
Lansbury took home a Tony Award for her performance in the Jerry Herman musical, which opened on Broadway 51 years ago today.
The new musical, starring Jeanna de Waal as the late Princess of Wales, will begin performances at the Longacre Theatre March 2.
The underwear-clad duo's January 30 concert at Joe's Pub also featured performances from Andrew Keenan-Bolger, Claybourne Elder, and more.
JoAnn M. Hunter directs and choreographs the production, which features Rema Webb, Mamie Parris, Mauricio Martinez, and more.
The James Lapine-Tom Kitt-Michael Korie musical is inspired by three well-known artists who experimented with LSD in the '50s.
Tony winner Kathleen Marshall directs and choreographs the Meredith Willson musical.
The Dear Evan Hansen Tony winner takes on the role of Diana in the Washington, D.C. production.
Simon Stone’s contemporary take on the Euripides tragedy plays the Harvey Theater.