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The Tony winner took in a performance at the Savoy Theatre to celebrate her birthday.
You won’t believe who he played in this very special production of The Wizard of Oz.
Now starring in Squeamish, the actor shares memories from the decisive roles of her storied 40-year career.
Hear a clip of “Livin’ It Up on Top” from the hit Off-Broadway production.
A red-hot exploration of dance in the 20th century, the new show plays Connecticut and New York this month.
The Tony winner offered a warning to Jason Danieley on The Wendy Williams Show.
The star of the upcoming Broadway transfer appeared on Ellen.
As part of Disney Night, Fisher danced to the remix of the Moana tune for which he also provided the vocals.
The Oscar-nominated actor explains why on Live With Kelly and Ryan.
Watch “The Song for Men Who Can’t Please Women” from The CW’s musical comedy.
Chris Miller and Nathan Tysen presented a song from the new work at the second annual Samuel French Awards.
Commercial Theater Institute has revealed its upcoming series of workshops, intensives, and more.
Ken Ludwig, Dominique Morisseau, Chris Miller, and Nathan Tysen speak about being honored as part of the second annual awards.
The magical world of Off-Broadway’s Puffs continues to expand with its November Fan Appreciation Night.
The star of the upcoming Broadway play appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Thomas Elleson’s It Is What It Is pushes for more diversity in storytelling onstage.
Phantom of the Opera’s Ali Ewoldt, Miss Saigon’s Billy Bustamonte, and more stars and collaborators of Jason Ma's new play reveal family stories of emigration.
Join the immersive dance experience to commemorate World Food Day and raise funds for those affected by the recent hurricane in Puerto Rico.
Activists will gather October 22 to advocate the preservation of the threatened cultural district.
The Play That Goes Wrong’s Catherine Schreiber defines the role of a producer, plus her advice on how to become one.
The new series, starring the two-time Tony nominee, debuts October 13.
The musical comedy series airs on The CW.
In honor of the anniversary of the show’s MTV debut, Shindle spills her backstage knowledge.
The ultimate playlist for any fan of Broadway musicals of the “me decade.”
As Jersey Boys prepares for its New Jersey premiere, Tony-nominated book writer Rick Elice shares the oral history of the Tony-winning musical.
The TV show helmed by Hairspray Live producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron comes from First Date writers Alan Zachary and Michael Weiner.
During Playbill’s opening night red carpet live stream, Camp divulged a bombshell that will change the way you watch the Broadway revival.
In the new book Voice Lessons: A Sisters Story, the star of Rent, Wicked, and Frozen shares details of one of her most personal relationships.
In Haters Back Off, Miranda aims for Broadway in order to cement her status as a legend.
Mickey Rowe is the first autistic actor to play the character with autism—and here’s how he does it.
The star of Daveed Diggs’ new TV series The Mayor talks Barbra fandom and singing at Elsie Fest 2017.