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How the Drama League nominee wears the emotion of her character to express truth in one song.
As the two told Playbill, they were nearly in the film. The duo shares details on Watch What Happens Live.
The Tony-nominated actor visits Stephen Colbert to talk Hamilton, Amélie, and the shows she used to put on as a child.
The Bandstand director-choreographer, along with his cast and co-creators, hit the red carpet LIVE on Playbill to reveal the secrets behind making the new musical soar.
A full playlist of the best solos to croon while you get clean.
The seven-time Emmy winner steals the mic on Facebook Live to talk about her return to Broadway—plus interviews with Tony winner John Benjamin Hickey and 24’s Corey Hawkins.
What to expect from the award-winning actors as they team up in the Trip Cullman-directed revival of Six Degrees of Separation.
The Tony-nominated director travels to the setting of the Ahrens and Flaherty musical to find actors and inspiration.
Broadway’s Tony-winning Aaron Burr celebrates the arrival of his daughter.
On the opening-night red carpet of the new musical from Lynn Ahrens, Stephen Flaherty, and Terrence McNally, Ahrens confides the secret homage to the 1997 film hidden in the set of the Broad…
On the opening-night purple carpet of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, the two-time Tony winner (and the cast and creative team) spill all of their delicious secrets about the new musical.
The two-time Tony-winning actor talks about meeting the Hamilton creator before everyone knew his name.
Tony nominee Brandon Uranowitz recreates his auditions for An American in Paris, and Falsettos, as he sings the songs that booked him Broadway jobs—plus an embarrassing audition story …
The Tony winner tells Stephen Colbert about those she loves to meet on the street—plus a clip from The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks.
Borle takes us inside his creative genius as he pivots from the emotional Falsettos to the fantastical Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
The Pulitzer Prize winner defines her Judaism and the message of identity in her Broadway play.
Tony-nominated choreographer Joshua Bergasse reveals the inspiration that let his imagination run wild in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
While incognito, set designer Mimi Lien asks audiences what they think of her drastic remodeling—plus, she takes us on a behind-the-scenes tour!
This latte artist unmasks a Broadway icon in espresso right before your eyes.
Lovers of the 1993 film starring Bill Murray need not worry about the adaptation “ruining” the story—in fact, they should rush to the August Wilson Theatre.
Nixon and co-star Laura Linney talk to Playbill LIVE on the opening night red carpet.
See who Time included this year in their list of the 100 Most Influential People.
Watch Pulitzer Prize winner Paula Vogel (and the company of Indecent) on the red carpet of her Broadway debut.
The Tony and Oscar winner on his hosting engagement and transforming a U.S. Open tennis court into theatre in the round.
The Tony winner shared on Watch What Happens Live that the rumors are possibly true.
The two-time Tony winner and Younger TV star has adopted a baby.
In the sketch, Kate McKinnon, Vanessa Bayer, and Aidy Bryant star in a middle school musical performance.
The April 15 matinee performance has been canceled after updates about Karl’s condition.
The Tony-nominated songwriter of Matilda reveals the next-level concept behind his score for the new Broadway musical.
How costume designer Toni-Leslie James uses a single piece of clothing to create dozens of characters.
The star of the new Broadway musical injured himself during the April 14 performance, stopping the show.