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The works commissioned in the new program will premiere in the Graduate Acting program's season of productions.
The alum of the Tony- and Pulitzer-winning show steps back into the role of George Washington.
The 2019–2020 Nominating Committee consists of 54 industry members.
The one-night-only benefit, also featuring Tony winner Katrina Lenk, has released a new batch of tickets.
The musical premiered in London before playing Off-Broadway’s Public Theater in 2018.
The Temptations musical celebrated its highest gross to date the week after Broadway's biggest night.
The musical has also reached a licensing agreement with Theatrical Rights Worldwide.
The biomusical will open in November at Broadway’s Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.
The two will reprise their performances in the U.K. after headlining the musical at New York City Center and on Broadway.
The Pretty Woman standout is among the 16 new Houseguests on the CBS reality competition.
Steven Spielberg directs the upcoming adaptation of the musical, slated to premiere in December 2020.
Why the playwright says he’d “never want to research a play” and his take on the gay rights movement.
Clémentine Margaine sings the title role in the filmed presentation of the Richard Eyre production.
The ceremony, known formally as the National High School Musical Theatre Awards, will take place June 24; Ben Platt returns to host.
FX’s Pose is back June 11 with grander balls, higher stakes, and Patti LuPone.
Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, Jonathan Groff, and more return as Arendelle faces new dangers.
The stage adaptation will hit the U.K. stage in 2020.
Audiences clamored to catch the Carneys before Broadway’s biggest night.
From a reflection on Pride to calls for inclusivity, there were some running themes throughout the 73rd annual ceremony.
As the curtain comes down on the 73rd annual Tony Awards, here's what's set to take the stage next.
Follow along as Playbill hears from the winners and more during Broadway's biggest night.
Playbill will be live-updating throughout the night as winners are announced at Radio City Music Hall.
Sam Gold directed the Broadway revival of the Shakespeare tragedy.
Lee Sunday Evans will direct the LCT3 world premiere.
The viral star will play Dawn in the Sara Bareilles musical.
The Jimmy Award winner steps into the role of Regina George for a limited summer engagement before joining full-time in September.
The show hails from Something Rotten! team John O'Farrell and Wayne and Karey Kirkpatrick.
Matthew Lopez’s U.K. hit will play the Ethel Barrymore Theatre.
The ceremony will also feature a special performance by Cynthia Erivo.
This year's honorary recipients, also including Broadway Inspirational Voices and Choir Boy's Jason Michael Webb, were celebrated at a June 4 cocktail reception.