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The actor, known for his performances in Spring Awakening and Hamilton, celebrates his birthday March 26.
Audra McDonald, Angela Lansbury, Nathan Lane, John Kander, and Chita Rivera are featured in the film about the Tony Award–winning playwright.
Take a look at some of the standout fan art from the competition to grace the show's May Playbill cover.
Find your next job with these calls for shows across the country.
The Tony winner shared the good news on Twitter.
The film is a 2020 NY Emmy Awards nominee in the Documentary category.
Stream the movie on YouTube beginning at 8 PM Eastern and follow along for trivia, giveaways, and more.
If social distancing has you down, turn to these hopeful quotes from Broadway musicals old and new.
The Roundabout Theatre Company revival opened March 14, 2019, at Studio 54.
We asked, you answered: A look at some of your creative (and huge!) Playbill collections on social media.
Check out these administrative positions listed on Playbill’s online resource for job seekers.
The closure is effective at 5 PM tonight, and will last through April 12.
The new play, which examines the border crisis from the perspective of a single family, opened at Roundabout Off-Broadway March 10.
Trip Cullman directs Michael Friedman and Daniel Goldstein's musical at Playwrights Horizons.
Find your next job with these Equity calls for Broadway productions and shows across the country hosting auditions in the Big Apple.
Roundabout Theatre Company's presentation of the play by Hilary Bettis opens March 10.
See what critics think of the Conor McPherson-Bob Dylan musical, now playing at the Belasco on Broadway.
Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen's docu-play, with music by Steve Earle, looks at the aftermath of the 2010 Upper Big Branch mine explosion.
In the final episode of the season, Gary Gunas and Billy Rosenfield reminisce about the blockbuster original production of Godspell and more.
The Waitress star and her husband, horn player Adam Krauthamer, announced the news via Instagram.
The world-premiere comedy, directed by Steve H. Broadnax III, opened March 1 at the Signature Theatre.
With a brand new duet added to the musical, the duo forms their own sisterly bond.
The production, starring Tony winners Katrina Lenk and Patti LuPone, begins March 2.
The audiobook version is currently available from Penguin Random House Audio, as performances continue on Broadway.
The new play from Obie winner Christopher Chen, directed by Knud Adams, plays Lincoln Center Theater’s Claire Tow Theater.
The four-time Tony Award winner died at 86 on February 16.
The On Your Feet! and The Nance star celebrates her birthday February 21.