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Mark Medoff's Tony-winning drama returns to the Great White Way under the direction of Kenny Leon.
Renée Fleming and Lindsay Mendez also star in Jack O'Brien's new production of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical.
Joshua Jackson and Lauren Ridloff star in the Broadway revival of Mark Medoff's 1980 Tony-winning drama.
The event will feature work by Jiréh Breon Holder, Kia Corthron, and more.
Performances of Athol Fugard's classic play continue through May 6.
The immersive theater experience is conceived and directed by Ben Rimalower.
Christopher V. Edwards directs the production, running through May 6.
The production will also have its own walk team for the event.
The production runs through May 27, with an opening night set for April 15.
A petition is being circulated and the organization is asking for support.
Plays by Tom Stoppard, Shakespeare, and more are on tap.
Ward Horton, Roxanna Hope Radja, and more will reprise their roles with Michael Urie and Mercedes Ruehl.
NHL playoffs begin April 11, and performances of Broadway's Come From Away continue at the Schoenfeld Theatre.
Wicked veteran Carrie St. Louis will also join the Broadway cast as Lauren.
The event will benefit Primary Stages' Free Student Matinee Program.
Lauren Yee's new play is directed by Taibi Magar.
Bartlett Sher directs the production, set to open April 19 at Lincoln Center's Vivian Beaumont Theater.
Lyric Stage offers a stripped-down revival of this classic play about a love triangle.
Colm Meaney and Bill Irwin also appear in George C. Wolfe's new revival of Eugene O'Neill's classic.
Performances continue through May 13.
Uma Thurman and Kenny Leon will also be celebrated in the annual benefit.
May will star alongside Michael Cera and Lucas Hedges in the new production directed by Lila Neugebauer.
The Smash star replaces Sara Bareilles and makes her Broadway debut.
Joshua Jackson and Lauren Ridloff costar in Mark Medoff's groundbreaking play.
Quiara Alegría Hudes and Erin McKeown take the Public Theater audience on a cross-country road trip.
Greg Keller's Dutchman-inspired two-hander makes its New York premiere at the Wild Project.
A play by Adam Rapp makes its New York debut via Chicago's TUTA Theatre.
Barry Edelstein directs the production, set to open April 13 for its run through May 6.
The company's spring gala will take place in May.
McPhee joins the company of the Broadway hit tonight.
Mark Medoff's drama follows a teacher at a school for the deaf and a student he meets there.