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The Mark Twain Tonight! creator was known for his wide-ranging work on stage and screen.
On screen, Ms. Tyson is remembered for acclaimed performances in such works as Sounder, The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman, Roots, and How to Get Away With Murder.
Among his works were The Normal Heart and the Pulitzer finalist The Destiny of Me.
How the Michael Bennett musical prompted a seismic shift for Broadway, the theatre, and dancers for decades to come.
The beloved theatre veteran earned three Tony Award nominations throughout her illustrious Broadway career.
Schwartz sat down with Playbill before Rags opened August 21, 1986, at the Mark Hellinger Theatre to talk about the new musical and in some ways continuing the story begun in Fiddler on the …
Morison achieved her greatest success as Cole Porter's handpicked leading lady in the iconic musical.
The early Tony winner for Love Life also appeared in The Band Wagon and on One Day at a Time.
Tony winners Lillias White and Kristin Chenoweth, Tony nominees Carmen Cusack and Judy Kuhn, the ubiquitous Michael Feinstein, and more present solo shows and Valentine’s Day concerts.
The former Phantom will take part in the fast and furious concert presentation of the beloved musical.
He will sing February 9 as part of the Lincoln Center series.
The Tony-nominated star of Baby performs with the South Florida Symphony Orchestra.
They will perform February 17 as part of Lincoln Center’s American Songbook series.
The two will sing songs by Leonard Bernstein and his many lyricist collaborators as part of the 92nd Street Y series.
The Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star and creator will perform with Adam Schlesinger in NYC’s Appel Room February 10.
The three are among stars performing the revue inspired by the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt.
Titled Float Like a Butterfly, the tribute to the composer of The Last Ship sets sail for Feinstein’s/54 Below.
Kenita Miller, Emily Skinner, Margo Siebert, and Karen Ziemba are among the stars who will perform in the Feinstein's/54 Below concert.
Chita & Tune: Just in Time is directed and choreographed by Graciela Daniele.
The Tony nominee, who also appeared in Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark and American Psycho, brings her club show back to NYC.
Actors from Dear Evan Hansen, SpongeBob, and Miss Saigon are among those who will get to take the stage at the concert.
The Color Purple Tony winner brings her touring show back to the Highline Ballroom.
The company of the Tony-nominated musical will gather—when else?—February 2.
Fans will get to hear number from their Broadway careers, including Ragtime, Passion, Curtains, Candide, and other shows.
The June 17 Till There Was You concerts will also feature Karen Ziemba, Christiane Noll, and more stars.
The jazz club, which frequently showcased Broadway talent, has resumed its search for larger quarters.
Broadway's current Angelica Schuyler will sing tracks from her new album Fearless at Feinstein's/54 Below.
Tommy Tune, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Chita Rivera, and other Broadway luminaries will take part in the concert at the Kravis Center.
The master guitarist and co-star of Broadway's Dream will perform at the theatre district jazz club.
The Broadway South Pacific star will sing March 2–3 at Feinstein’s at the Nikko.
Titled Float Like a Butterfly, the tribute to the composer of The Last Ship will set sail for Feinstein’s/54 Below.