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Broadway’s Hudson Theatre may be a stop on his international tour, but as the only venue of its kind on the list, you won’t see the Talking Heads frontman like this anywhere else.
The event will be held December 2 at the Grand Hyatt New York in Manhattan.
The movie opens in theaters January 2020.
The new comedy follows an NFL star joining an all-female book club.
The donated performance from the Tony-winning musical will take place in January 2020.
The concert, paying tribute to songwriters who died of HIV/AIDS, will take place December 1.
Performances begin November 27 at The Music Hall in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
The annual AIDS benefit is set for December 1 in Los Angeles.
The eight-hour event will feature cocktails, live performances, and celebrity appearances.
Kate Baldwin will present the award at the Fred Ebb Foundation's ceremony December 2.
Allred, who sang “Never Enough” on the movie’s soundtrack, will play her first NYC show January 18, 2020.
The celebration will recognize the honorees for their extensive achievements in the arts.
The stage and screen star will appear as the “poisson-loving” chef in the live musical on ABC November 5.
The Broadway star will perform a variety of her favorite selections at the D.C.-area benefit.
The one-night-only presentation features a cast including Ann Harada, John Cameron Mitchell, and Taylor Schilling.
The cast includes Frank Langella, Mark Rylance, Eddie Redmayne, and Alex Sharp.
The music video accompanies the October 25 physical CD release of the show's Original Cast Recording.
Dracula: A Comedy of Terrors begins performances October 27 in Jupiter, Florida.
The show’s limited engagement will begin November 7 at Theater For the New City
The rocker celebrated the official opening of his Broadway show October 20.
The gala will also honor composer Philip Glass, preservationist Dr. Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel, and press agent Sam Rudy.
The French film, about the story behind the 19th-century play Cyrano de Bergerac, premieres October 18.
The theatrical concert from former Talking Heads front man will open at the Hudson Theatre October 20.
The Broadway favorite will receive the distinguished Prince Rainier III Award in recognition of her devotion to the arts and philanthropic causes.
Pick from immersive Halloween horror shows, scary good concerts, and ghostly walking tours—all October long.
The awards, honoring Broadway and Off-Broadway newcomers, gear up for the 76th annual ceremony.
Bob Fosse biographer Kevin Winkler will introduce the 4K restored showings of Sweet Charity in October.
Lots include a lunch with Be More Chill Tony nominee Joe Iconis and the VIP treatment at 2020’s Broadway in Bryant Park.
The courthouse drama follows the chaotic lives of L.A. judges, assistant district attorneys, clerks, and more.
The music video from the Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 star precedes the album’s September 24 release.
Broadway industry members and patrons are encouraged to donate electronic waste at the September 25 event.