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Artistic Director David Drake's programming also includes a series of live-streamed conversations with civic leaders and concerned citizens.
Stage favorites are making the most of social distancing in light of the COVID-19 crisis.
A deep dive into the untold stories of lyrical inspirations, creations of musical themes, cut sequences, and the genius of Terrence McNally behind the show’s Tony Award–winning songs.
Ahead of its upcoming production of Hamlet, the Young Vic Theatre gives theatre audiences a laugh with timely reinventions of Shakespeare’s classics.
The collection, for students and adults, can be performed on Zoom, as well as Facebook Live and other virtual spaces.
From the Tonys to the Obies, here's what's happening with the spring awards season.
Jagged Little Pill's Celia Rose Gooding recommends a shift at the diner with Sara Bareilles and Jessie Nelson's hit musical.
Suzanne Collins' new book is set 64 years before the events of The Hunger Games.
The third week of videos, part of the venue's series featuring highlights from New York City Center's Encores!, spotlights musicals set in New York.
Plays in the House is a spinoff of Stars in the House, the daily benefit series created by Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley to benefit The Actors Fund.
Ahead of the night of the first Passover seder, the Tony-winning composer lyricist shares his remix of the holiday tune.
Productions on the slate included Romeo and Juliet, Jane Eyre, and The Sleeping Beauty.
Relive the delicious behind-the-scenes comedy as struggling actor Jacob encounters a theatrical diva played to a fare thee well by Alison Fraser.
The film is scheduled to arrive on demand in May.
The YouTube series offers live stream performances and Q&As with a variety of Broadway favorites.
The Tony nominee serenades and soothes in her "AutoTunes" videos.
The announcement for the annual prizes, including the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, was originally scheduled for April.
The musical, starring Alex Brightman, was initially slated to take its final bow June 6.
Shows were initially slated to close through April 12; they’re now hoping to resume in June.
Based on the story of the man who walked from Pennsylvania to California collecting stories of America and hope, the musical premiered at Goodspeed in 2019.
The theatre will kick off its new season in the fall with Freaky Friday.
The fund will provide unrestricted $5,000 relief grants to assist artists facing financial emergencies due to COVID-19.
The revised eligibility window includes Broadway and Off-Broadway shows that opened through March 11.
Watch the soprano’s rendition of “Your Daddy’s Son” from the Ahrens and Flaherty score.
The late Chicago and Cabaret lyricist was born April 8, 1928.
MAC and The Blonds bring their chic expertise to this exclusive video makeup master class.
The musical comedy opened at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre April 8, 2010.
Hit List and Bombshell are set on a collision course by that devious Richard Francis at The New York Times!
The daily series created by Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley benefits The Actors Fund.
Saturday Night Seder is the latest from StoryCourse, a theatre-meets-dining initiative co-founded by Broadway's Adam Kantor