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Freddie Gershon and Dr. Sharon Dunn will be presented with the honor in September at Feinstein’s 54/Below
The London concert was part of the worldwide celebration of the Leonard Bernstein centennial.
And how to become one.
Playbill ClubSeats is offering two tickets to see the brand new Broadway musical.
The 2018 event will feature a performance of songs from various Disney musicals.
The three-time Tony Award winner will receive the organization's 32nd annual Salute.
Conor McPherson’s solo show begins performances at the Donmar Warehouse September 10.
The Tony Award nominee will present Carmen Cusack Sings Badass Ladies October 29.
The Gershwins' famed opera will play the Washington venue through August 25.
Anastasia, Kinky Boots, Straight White Men, and more—now at a discounted rate!
The new musical officially opens at the Broadway Theatre November 8.
Jasper Britton will also star in the London production of Hugh Whitemore's play.
Why playwright Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj knew he had to write Little Rock.
The 10-time Tony winner heads back to one of his favorite theaters.
Marcus Gardley’s new play now runs through August 19
André Holland and Mark Rylance star in the production that opened August 1.
Laura Wade’s new play opened on July 31 after its conception at Theatr Clwyd.
The musical adaptation of the Shakespeare comedy began performances on July 17 at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park.
Eugene Ionesco’s absurdist drama opened at the National Theatre in London July 25.
The piece made its U.S. premiere July 20 at Cincinnati Opera.
The hit play runs through September 8 at the Sheen Center
The 2018 Toronto International Film Festival kicks off September 6.
The Newsies star will perform a solo cabaret act that includes highlights from his stage career.
Directed and choreographed by Joshua Bergasse, the Tony-nominated revue officially opened July 22.
Stars from Hello, Dolly!, Rent, The Band’s Visit, plus In the Heights and more share their favorite memories from growing up at performing arts summer camp.
Young performers will take on the Tony-winning musical at the Adelphi University Performing Arts Center.
The That's So Raven favorite and Broadway alum will play Lucille Ball in the The Cuban and the Redhead in Texas.
The Broadway favorites join a campaign to fund research for the chronic and life-threatening disease.
The revival of Terrence McNally's Tony-winning play opened July 7, 2011.
Elisabeth Moss produces the film, which premieres July 20.