Close Login Box
The underwear-clad duo of Nick Cearley and Lauren Molina return to the downtown venue April 30.
The mixed program features two premieres and "The Age of Anxiety."
The Lawrence Wright play runs through April 29 at Houston’s Alley Theatre.
Performances of Bernard Weinraub’s play begin May 18 at Boston Huntington Theatre Company.
The Coronation Street and Dinnerladies star returns to the London stage this May.
The two-time Tony winner and Younger star performs such show tunes as “It All Fades Away” and “Stars and the Moon” on the upcoming recording.
Midler will play a six-week encore engagement this summer, succeeding Bernadette Peters.
The Broadway tradition, honoring ensemble members in each Broadway musical, will retire its original moniker after the current season.
Winners will be announced at the May 18 ceremony.
The 72nd annual ceremony will take place June 10.
Adrienne Warren stars as the rock goddess at the Aldwych Theatre.
The musical episode premieres April 18 on the CW.
The trio will reveal the nominees April 18 before the May 18 ceremony.
The cast of the Chicago world premiere will also feature Tony nominees Jarrod Spector, Michael Berresse, and Emily Skinner.
The play made its New York premiere at Manhattan Theatre Club in June 2017
Parsons returns to the stage in The Boys in the Band; producer Ryan Murphy and his co-stars surprised him at the GLAAD Media Awards April 12.
The lineup also includes a tribute to Jerome Robbins on the 100th anniversary of his birth.
The Fargo and Leftovers star was recently nominated for a Lucille Lortel Award for her performance in Mary Jane.
The world premiere, also starring Boyd Gaines and Andrew Veenstra, runs through May 6 at the Connecticut venue.
The musical heads to The Other Palace this summer.
Dear Evan Hansen’s Roland will lead a company that also features members of the 2015 New Jersey premiere, including Gerard Canonico and George Salazar.
The Jack O’Brien-helmed production stars Jessie Mueller, Joshua Henry, and Renée Fleming.
The committee ruled on seven shows for the 2018 Tony Awards.
The Tony and Emmy winner will play an eccentric heiress and alleged murderer in the NBC comedy.
The Frozen and The Good Place star will play a junior high school teacher who attends an adult performing arts camp.
The lineup also includes works by Will Eno, Athol Fugard, and Sam Shepard.
The two mezzo-sopranos play the title role and her Prince Charming, respectively, in Massenet’s take on Cinderella.
The announcement will take place May 1 prior to the June 10 ceremony.
The Donmar Warehouse has canceled performances of The Way of the World, in which Beckett played Waitwell, for the remainder of the week.
The Rodgers and Hammerstein classic returns to Broadway in a Jack O’Brien-helmed production.
The Second Stage revival, which premiered Off-Broadway last year, begins October 9 at the Hayes Theater.