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George Dvorsky co-stars in a concert version of this musical about an uneasy reunion of feuding divorced lounge singers.
St. Ann’s Warehouse celebrates the “power of art in turbulent times.”
The company pauses to salute the architect and set designer May 1 as it gets ready to expand into the Helen Hayes Theatre.
The Tony nominee is planning a solo concert on Long Island.
The 1992 musical celebrated the song parodies of Allan Sherman.
Offstage she helps battle the disease that took a family member’s life.
See all the theatre-related events scheduled this week at the intimate venue.
Take a look at highlights from the skits and songs in the April 25, 2017 fundraising performance for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids.
The concert salutes three composers whose work she introduced.
The singing actor will return to Feinstein’s/54 Below June 3.
The 10-time Tony winner will accept the Sackler Award June 2.
The Lion King nabbed the Best Bonnet and Best Presentation awards at the annual event.
The A Chorus Line original cast member has won the 2017 Tony for community service.
Shaina Taub and others will help recognize Jeanine Tesori as “extraordinary mentor.”
See who else Jason Robert Brown has booked for his concert series the Greenwich Village club.
The co-star of the recent a cappella musical will tell stories and sing songs from his solo albums at The Green Room 42.
Sixty New York school kids will display budding talent in the NYC event.
The May 22 NY gala will mark the Off-Broadway troupe’s 25th anniversary.
Broadway stars will help the New York Pops celebrate James Taylor, Carole King, and others.
Both actors are currently on Broadway, in Present Laughter and The Little Foxes, respectively.
The Tony nominee will appear with James Monroe Iglehart, Taran Killam, and other Broadway stars May 8.
Andrea McArdle and Sarah Jessica Parker among those promised at winery event.
Almog Pail performs the United Solo Festival hit Me, Myself and Rita.
See theatre events scheduled at the NYC venue the Week of April 20–27.
The May 24 extravaganza will be the fifth concert in the fundraising series.
The singer-actor is celebrating the release of It’s About Time with a May booking at the club she opened.
The Colorado-raised stars will boost the April 30 benefit concert for the Denver Actors Fund.
The roster of performing guests includes an original Company cast member.
Nancy Anderson, Willy Falk, and other Broadway veterans will join them.
Caroline Rhea, Adrienne Warren, and LaChanze are also among headliners at the New York City fundraiser.