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Composed by Elizabeth Swados and directed by Andrei Serban, the original groundbreaking 1974 production returns this December.
Charles Fuller’s Pulitzer Prize-winning crime drama, directed by Tony winner Kenny Leon, will begin performances on Broadway December 27.
The January–March programming includes works by Paul Muldoon, Eugene O’Neill, and Lady Augusta Gregory.
The company behind The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show brings the show to Union Square's DR2 Theatre beginning December 13.
The musical adaptation, directed by Hadestown Tony winner Rachel Chavkin, opened at the American Repertory Theater December 11.
The Broadway-bound new musical, starring Rob McClure, opens at the 5th Avenue Theatre.
The actors perform a song from Anaïs Mitchell’s Tony-winning score.
The Broadway alum will recur on the Showtime series, starring Paul Giamatti and Damian Lewis.
The world premiere of the musical, written by and starring Duncan Sheik, will begin performances with the New Group January 16, 2020.
The longtime collaborators and friends will be honored at the upcoming fundraiser in New York City.
Thanks to the company's school-based program Dance Chance, the next generation of ballet dancers have new opportunities.
Brent Barrett, John Cudia, Franc D’Ambrosio, and Ciarán Sheehan return for a string of performances.
Come On Let's Go! will feature songs from the "La Bamba" singer as well as new tunes written for the show.
The Broadway musical will also soon be seen in London.
Ratings are in for the Nickelodeon broadcast, which aired on three channels December 7.
The play, directed by Les Waters, opened December 12.
Mike Lew’s high school adaptation of Richard III opened December 12.
Tony winner Kathleen Marshall directs and choreographs the Meredith Willson musical.
The tour will launch January 1 at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami, Florida.
The Broadway alum is being very selective about who can appear in his upcoming Netflix special, The Sack Lunch Bunch.
The limited engagement opened December 12 at the Nederlander Theatre.
Catherine Zeta-Jones and Angela Lansbury starred in the Sondheim revival at the Water Kerr Theatre.
The limited engagement continues through December 22 in Pasadena.
The annual awards from the Casting Society of America will be celebrated in L.A., New York City, and London.
The Cotillion will be experienced as a black debutante ball exploring the history and language of “presenting” black female bodies.
Plus eight other highlights from the annual Broadway Cares event.
The company will offer a developmental presentation of the new piece about a group of immigrants crossing the border.
Tony Award winner LaChanze and her daughter Gooding open up about their relationship and having two actors under the same roof.
The limited engagement begins January 30, 2020.
Ellams’ retelling of the Chekhov classic, set in 1960s Nigeria, premieres at The National Theatre.
The Broadway and Saturday Night Live alum performed the holiday song on The Today Show December 12.