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The Tony-winning actor plans concerts and a major upcoming workshop.
He’s currently shooting a TV series based on the Johnny Carson-era Tonight Show.
The Tony-winning star has set a release date for her new album, and has scheduled concerts and classes in New York and California.
He replaces James Monroe Iglehart, who is headed into Hamilton.
James Monroe Iglehart will assume the roles of Jefferson and Lafayette on Broadway.
He’ll join newcomer Abby Mueller in the cast of the Carole King Broadway musical.
Award-winning alumni will honor the memory of the late actor and AIDS activist.
She joins a cast that includes Emily Blunt, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Dick Van Dyke.
Group targets non-traditionally cast As You Like It with frightening recruiting posters.
Joshua Harmon’s play—starring Gideon Glick—is currently in previews at the Booth Theatre.
Biggest single BO day ever for the musical.
See which Broadway recordings are giving pop stars a run for their money.
Schools from six states will receive up to $100,000 from the first Andrew Lloyd Webber Initiative Classroom Resource Grants.
The Broadway production’s longtime understudy and swing now owns the lead role.
Timothy Nolen stars in the opera based on the novel All the King’s Men.
The show‘s composer previously sang the score on a concept album for the show.
Jessica Hecht and Tony Shalhoub also star in the Arthur Miller drama.
Former presidential candidate visits Broadway for the second time in a month.
The awards will recognize sound design and orchestrations for the first time.
Applicants are now being accepted for the ”intense” training program in the Russian capital.
The star of South Pacific and The King and I returns to the Met stage.
“Warrior Face” is performed by Christopher Jackson and Phillipa Soo.
Danny Burstein, Ruthie Ann Miles, and Laura Osnes are among those who will perform at Carnegie Hall..
He oversaw the renovation of the Fort Greene landmark in the 1970s.
9 to 5 and the Chicago premiere of Lizzie are planned.
He has been artistic director of the Washington, D.C., company since its founding in 1986.
Couples sing “A Whole New World” at NYC landmarks.
In a letter to the Times drama editor, City Center Encores! Artistic Director Jack Viertel took issue with a notice for the musical.
The six-part pilot series begins February 13.
The decades-old non-profit has found a buyer for its name and equipment.
The 2000 Michael John LaChiusa musical begins previews February 13.