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Stephen Sondheim, a towering figure in musical theatre, has died.
Ms. McCann was the recipient of nine Tony Awards throughout her lengthy producing career.
Mr. French, honored with an Obie Award for Sustained Excellence in 1997, spoke with Playbill in 2006 when he was appearing in the Signature Theatre Company revival of August Wilson's Two Tra…
Mr. Smith announced his retirement in June 2020, following a 63-year career in the theatre industry.
The future Pulitzer Prize winner spoke to Playbill in 2012 about his then song cycle shortly before performing it with a star-studded cast as part of Lincoln Center's American Songbook Series
As managing director of The Public Theater and then executive producer at Lincoln Center Theater, Mr. Gersten was at the forefront of two of the most significant non-profit theatre companies…
Mr. Herman was responsible for such hummable scores as Hello, Dolly!, Mame, and La Cage aux Folles.
The Terrence McNally revival opened October 9, 2014, at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre, co-starring Rupert Grint, Megan Mullally, Stockard Channing, and more.
The producer and director helped transform the Broadway landscape with shows such as Company, Sweeney Todd, and The Phantom of the Opera.
Shortly before winning a Tony Award for his performance in Lincoln Center Theater's revival of South Pacific, Szot spoke about how he almost didn't audition for the role at all.
The Broadway icon originated the roles of Lorelei Lee and Dolly Gallagher Levi.
The Tony winner also wrote the books to She Loves Me and 70, Girls, 70.
Mr. Debuskey was one of the most prominent press agents ever to ply his trade on Broadway, and Joe Papp’s right-hand man.
Mr. Simon, who created numerous hits over his long career, has been called the most successful playwright in American theatre history.
The composer of the long-running classic also wrote the scores to 110 in the Shade and I Do! I Do!.
Barbara Cook, the musical theatre ingénue who became cabaret and concert royalty, has passed away.
Through two iconic sitcoms, Moore achieved television immortality.
One-man show. Feature film. Musical. Palminteri’s story doesn’t get old, it just gets better.
Author of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Three Tall Women, A Delicate Balance, is dead.
Midler gets some co-stars, Garland goes to Goodspeed, and The Humans leaves Broadway.
Some musicals by such notable composers at Alan Menken, Charles Strouse and Kurt Weill were never preserved on wax.
Hofsiss was the youngest person to win a directing Tony Award at the time.
Fun Home played to near capacity houses in its clsoing week, but several of the big musicals along Broadway took a hit at the box-office.
In reflection on Sept. 11, Playbill.com looks back at our feature 'When the Curtain Came Down on the American Heart.'
Both Danny DeVito and the play Marvin's Room get their Broadway debuts, and Spamilton, the Hamilton spoof, opens and more.
Ticketbuyers rushed to see Les Misérables and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time in their final weeks.
Moulin Rouge is coming to the stage, and #Ham4Ham bids farewell to Broadway.
As the latest revival of the Schönberg and Boubil classic prepares for its final performance, we look back at the talent who got their start in the show. Turns out, the long-running musical…
Les Misérables continued its strong summer, while Hamilton was the only show to break $2 million.
Paula Vogel may finally get to Broadway, and a triple dose of Sondheim news.