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Join Tony Award nominee L Morgan Lee in the last episode of the original Playbill series.
The production reopened at Off-Broadway's Theatre Row June 20 and continues through July 31.
Join Company’s Claybourne Elder—and a surprise guest—in the fourth episode of the weekly series.
Company’s Christopher Sieber returns to host the special edition of the original Playbill series.
The adaptation of the bestselling novel by Khaled Hosseini is set to begin previews July 6.
Join Broadway’s Jose Llana—and a surprise guest—in the third episode of the weekly series.
Members of the Broadway community come together to read an original poem.
Join Fun Home star Beth Malone—and a special guest—in the second episode of the weekly series.
The studio album of the musical also features Peppermint, Max von Essen, Bob the Drag Queen, and more.
Tony Award nominee A.J. Shivley stops by the Playbill Studio for an exclusive performance.
Join Eric Ulloa and four other LGBTQ Broadway stars in this first episode of the weekly series.
Choreographer Ayodele Casel teaches a section from the show’s “Rat-Tat-Tat-Tat.”
The singer-songwriter enchants with “My Little Voice” in the Playbill Studio.
The musical, based on the Jodi Picoult-Samantha van Leer novel, begins previews June 14.
Based on the Jodi Picoult-Samantha van Leer novel, the new musical begins previews June 14.
Several of the 2022 Tony nominees also share how they celebrated their nomination.
Watch Hugh Jackman, L Morgan Lee, Kenita R. Miller, and more share what it means to be nominated this year.
The Tony winners star in the production that features choreography by current Tony nominee Warren Carlyle.
Play along with Sas Goldberg, Max Jenkins, Evan Todd, and Michelle Veintimilla in the latest episode of the Playbill series.
This year’s nominees share how they learned about their nod, who they shared the moment with, and how they celebrated the news.
McArdle will take the stage at Feinstein's/54 Below in her show Andrea McArdle & Friends Celebrate the 45th ANNIEversary May 6 and 7.
The New York City Center Encores! production began its limited run May 4.
The Peacock comedy also stars Paula Pell, Busy Philipps, and Ashley Park.
The touring production of Daniel Fish's Tony-winning revival is currently playing Nashville.
Playbill assembled a cast of dancers to recreate the original choreography of iconic numbers from A Chorus Line, West Side Story, Sweet Charity, and more.
The Sam Gold-directed production opened at the Longacre Theatre April 28.
Cellist Mairi Dorman-Phaneuf will be joined by Norbert Leo Butz and Jessica Vosk for her May 2 New York concert.
This exclusive performance precedes the April 29 release of Jesus Christ Superstar: Highlights From the All-Female Studio Cast Recording.
This exclusive performance precedes the April 29 release of Morgan James' Jesus Christ Superstar: Highlights From the All-Female Studio Cast Recording.
The McKittrick Hotel, home to Sleep No More, hosts the Downton Abbey star's show.
Choreographer Lorin Latarro teaches a section from “Easy Peasy.”