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Victor Garber, Charlie Stemp, and Molly Griggs also step into the Tony-winning revival at the Shubert Theatre.
The Tony winner steps into the revival January 20.
Dillman won a Golden Globe as “Most Promising Newcomer” in 1959.
The release is the latest in Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda’s #Hamildrop series.
The show is the latest in Strong's growing list of theatre-related projects.
Ice Cube also produces the reimagined take on the 1963 musical alongside Marc Platt.
The company’s general director will sing in both the opening production of Don Carlo and El Gato Montes: The Wildcat.
The 2018–2019 lineup also includes a new staging of Tosca.
The Emmy-winning competition returns to VH1 January 25.
The season will also include Eugene Onegin, Così fan tute, La Bohème, and Otello.
The 63rd annual ceremony, honoring the best Off- and Off-Off-Broadway, will be held May 21 at Terminal 5.
The two co-starred in the most recent Broadway revival of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and now share the screen in The Post.
The Tony- and Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter stepped back into her musical as Jenna January 16.
Tickets for the summer engagement go on sale this month, beginning with a January 17 American Express pre-sale.
The Tony winner concluded her stint in the Broadway revival January 14.
The U.K. production will begin February 19 at the Charing Cross Theatre.
The New Group production, directed by Scott Elliott, begins February 20.
The Tony- and Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter steps back into the leading role of Jenna, replacing Betsy Wolfe.
The Golden Globe winner stopped by Good Mythical Morning to sing through online dating woes in the style of Hamilton, The Phantom of the Opera, and more.
Though the 2016–2016 season was one of the most diverse for New York City stages, underrepresented persisted in Broadway plays and in some non-profit companies.
Their final performance will benefit the Actors Fund; Bernadette Peters will then assume the title role.
The film from Susan Froemke explores the creation of the Met’s home at Lincoln Center over the past 50 years.
The stage and screen alum will guest star on an upcoming episode of the NBC comedy.
The Oscar winner will play smooth-talking lawyer Billy Flynn.
The Young Vic production of Matthew Lopez’s two-part play begins performances March 2.
The Hamilton creator will be honored at a gala dinner in April at the Edison Ballroom.
The series, featuring the Hamilton and Hedwig and the Angry Inch alums, is based on the 2013 film of the same name.
The musical, produced by Gwyneth Paltrow, is set to kick off a pre-Broadway engagement at San Francisco’s Curran in April.
According to League-administered survey, a quarter of Broadway theatregoers last season were under the age of 25.