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The festival, now celebrating its 10th anniversary, runs through November 24.
Ana Villafañe hosts the El Conjunto series at the W Living Room Times Square.
Lortel Award-winning KPOP choreographer Jennifer Weber helms the production that blends Tchaikovsky’s original work with rap and hip hop.
The play, first seen in 2002, will premiere Off-Broadway this fall.
Find your next job with these Equity calls for Broadway and shows around the country.
The cabaret artist talks about dedicating an entire evening to the songwriting duo at Feinstein's/54 Below.
Stephanie J. Block in The Pirate Queen, Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Pirates of Penzance, and Christian Borle in Peter and the Starcatcher are just a few reasons to shout “Argh!” on Sept…
Broadway industry members and patrons are encouraged to donate electronic waste at the September 25 event.
The 2005 cult favorite will be celebrated at Brooklyn's House of Yes.
Choreographers Lauren Lovette and Edwaard Liang talk about the new works they've created for the company.
The Tony-winning revival of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical continues at the Circle in the Square Theatre.
The film highlights the career of choreographer Merce Cunningham.
The musical traces the experience of an African-American family over three generations.
The Goodman Theatre production of Theresa Rebeck’s play began September 14, starring Terri McMahon.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning Jonathan Larson musical continues through October 6 in Long Island City.
The monologue plays, starring Tom Sturridge and Jake Gyllenhaal, will be recorded and made available on the audio platform.
Cast and creatives of the Summer North American tour share their most-loved Donna songs, favorite moments in the show, and more.
The stage adaptation of the 2001 film made its Broadway premiere this summer.
The Broadway podcast launches its new slate September 19.
Lauren Yee is featured twice on the annual list from the national theatre publication.
Upcoming projects include the musical adaptation of Almost Famous.
The 74th annual ceremony will take place at Radio City Music Hall.
The annual event celebrates the theatre industry, coinciding with the unveiling of Variety's Broadway Players to Watch list.
The production, featuring American Idol winner Nick Fradiani, kicks off in October.
Caissie Levy, Michael James Scott, and more sang “Circle of Life,” “Friend Like Me,” and “Let It Go” live on Good Morning America.
The show brings the 400-year-old Japanese traditional art of comic storytelling to New World Stages.
The traveling production, which pays homage to St. Vincent's Hospital, is written by Cusi Cram and directed by Daniella Topol.
The Pose Emmy nominee dropped by The Late Late Show with James Corden to celebrate his 50th birthday.
Previews begin September 20 at the Longacre Theatre.
The Emmy and Tony winner will also spotlight her favorite female singers in her new Broadway solo show of the same name.
Pulitzer Prize winner Tracy Letts’ new play begins previews at the Helen Hayes Theatre September 19.