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The musical feature the songs of Alanis Morissette opened December 5.
The encore shows mark a first in the Met’s modern history.
The musical welcomes a new cast in early 2020.
The awards honor productions and artists from Broadway, Off-Broadway, and Off-Off-Broadway.
The new musical, featuring a book by Oscar winner Diablo Cody, uses the music star's discography to tell an original story.
The three were recognized for their work in classic titles: Much Ado About Nothing, Irish Rep's O'Casey Cycle, and Coriolanus.
The new lineup includes movies featuring such stage veterans as Laura Benanti, Laura Linney, and Reed Birney.
The Academy Award winner for Juno shifts to libretto to craft a layered, contemporary story using the music of Alanis Morissette.
Hadestown Tony winner Rachel Chavkin directs the Boston-area production.
The 2020 revival is searching for young performers to play children and teens of River City.
The Tony and Emmy winner will play a Wisonsin community theatre darling in the new series.
The former artistic director of WPA Theater—the original home of Little Shop of Horrors, Steel Magnolias, and more—died November 29. He was 71.
The $550 million project is expected to be completed by spring 2024.
She steps in for Abby Mueller, who has withdrawn from the out-of-town engagement due to an injury.
The Olivier Award winner and Tony recipient also performed, produced, emceed, and practiced medicine.
The 15th annual reception will take place April 5, 2020.
The alum of The Deuce joins a cast that includes Meryl Streep, James Corden, Nicole Kidman, Andrew Rannells, and Ariana DeBose.
The Tony winner joins a cast led by Edie Falco and Thomas Sadoski.
The American Idol and Smash alum takes center stage as the musical approaches its last performance.
The project was announced as a musical inspired by the pop star's life readies for Broadway.
The new musical by The Great Comet's Dave Malloy makes its world premiere next month at the American Repertory Theater.
The bio-musical will open on Broadway in summer 2020.
California's La Jolla Playhouse revealed four of its six titles that will comprise the 2020–2021 season.
The variety special will drop December 24.
Jennifer Hudson, Taylor Swift, Judi Dench, and more star in the upcoming film.
The Broadway alum makes his Metropolitan Opera debut in Philip Glass' Akhnaten.
Swift dropped the song November 15 ahead of the film’s December 20 premiere.
The musical will tour the country beginning September 2020.
The pop star, who plays Bombalurina in the upcoming movie, collaborated with Andrew Lloyd Webber on the ballad.
The jukebox musical continues at New World Stages.
The new lineup also features a piece by Austrian choreographer Florentina Holzinger and plays in Japanese and Polish.