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Celebrate White's 99th birthday this weekend with this delightful video.
Let's face it, this was sort of inevitable – but the results are pretty great.
Thompson has joined the cast of the upcoming Netflix film.
The event will take place this February.
O'Hare guest stars in the series, opposite lead Ian McShane.
The off-Broadway theater is being forced to temporarily vacate its home in order to rebuild.
Check out the continuity in these two sequences.
Lincoln Center Theater will present the event later this month.
Renée Fleming, Joshua Henry, Kelli O'Hara, and more take part in the first installment of the four-part series.
Check out the full list of honorees here.
The award will be part of the Foundation's annual Lotte Lenya Competition.
Not every show lands on its final title the first time around!
The tune is penned by Lisa Lambert and Adam Overett.
This new series will include performances around the state.
The new play is presented by Steppenwolf online.
Darren Aronofsky will direct.
Murphy joins a cast that also includes Laura Benanti.
Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan will adapt their in-your-face production for the small screen.
A new screen version of the Tony-winning musical is reportedly in the works.
The 2016 drama will be directed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson.
Groban's show will take place on February 14 at 8pm ET.
The Pasadena Playhouse has recorded a revue of the Broadway legend's work.
The country must achieve a level of 85 percent herd immunity before a full return can take place.
If you thought the song sounded familiar, you were probably right.
The filmed off-Broadway production is directed by Frank Oz.
Look back on the show's run in our 2018 video.
The production is hoping for a London engagement later this year.
The musical, based on the 2004 comedy, will not reopen at the August Wilson Theatre.
The filmed version of Bowie's stage musical streams this weekend to mark his birthday and the fifth anniversary of his death.
Plus, the Public Theater's Under the Radar Festival is now officially underway.
The Knights who say "Ni!" will head back to the big screen.