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The production continues its streak of surpassing capacity at the August Wilson Theatre.
Performances of the two-part play will begin September 21 at the Noël Coward Theatre.
The 19-city tour of the Jim Steinman musical will kick off in Detroit in November.
The Arthur Miller drama will play the Old Vic in 2019.
The pre-Broadway engagement will begin October 14 at Washington, D.C.'s National Theatre.
The musical premiered in the U.K. in 2016.
The announcement follows an agreement between CIM Group and the Hollywood Pantages Theatre.
Performances will begin September 25 at the Off-Broadway venue.
The Epic Theatre Ensemble production will play Theatre Row in October.
The musical set a new high at the Nederlander Theatre in the week ending August 12.
The Sondheim-inspired episode is part of the mockumentary series’ upcoming season, premiering in 2019.
Performances will begin at the National Theatre November 2; a Broadway transfer will follow.
The limited engagement marked the Broadway premiere of Mart Crowley’s groundbreaking 1968 play.
The Joe Iconis and Joe Tracz musical celebrated its opening at the Pershing Square Signature Center August 9.
Corey John Snide and Craig Salstein discuss the responsibility of preserving Justin Peck’s Tony-winning choreography.
The tour will launch September 30 in Cleveland, Ohio.
The musical will first premiere in Chicago September 11–October 14.
Mr. Glines was the first person to thank a same-sex partner in an acceptance speech at a major awards show.
The production stars Jessie Mueller, Joshua Henry, Renée Fleming, and Lindsay Mendez.
Brescia assumes the role of Heidi Hansen in the Tony-winning musical.
The musical played its final performance at the Longacre Theatre August 5.
The two stopped by Good Morning America ahead of the Disney Channel premiere.
The musicals were celebrated August 5 as the festival concluded its 15th annual season.
The stage adaptation of the Baz Luhrmann film, starring Karen Olivo and Aaron Tveit, marks the reopening of Boston’s historic Colonial Theatre.
The London production from Liam Scarlett will be screened in major markets in the U.S. July 31.
The filmed performance of the Disney musical stars Jeremy Jordan and Kara Lindsay.
The Hamilton parody from Gerard Alessandrini makes its U.K. premiere at the Menier Chocolate Factory.
She'll make her Broadway debut as Jenna in the Sara Bareilles musical.
Hamilton director Thomas Kail and Dear Evan Hansen's Steven Levenson have been tapped to direct and pen the pilot, respectively.
The Coney Island-set staging will air as part of the Great Performances at the Met series July 29.
The October event will feature performances by Christine Ebersole, Sierra Boggess, and Amber Iman.