The 2022 season will also be the last for Encores! music coordinator Seymour “Red” Press.
The work made its award-winning world premiere Off-Broadway in 2017.
The Music Man was again Broadway's top-grossing production, taking in nearly $3.3 million.
Parodying the film Titanic, it features songs by the Canadian pop singer.
Camille A. Brown makes her Broadway directorial debut with the Ntozake Shange work.
The weekend-long events in Atlanta and Sacramento celebrate everything youth theatre.
The museum presents the Sondheim Film Screening Series series, featuring 10 films both well-known and otherwise, from April 1-May 1.
Clyde’s, Company, and other Broadway shows are employing “tattoo designers” to create custom ink for characters.
Obie winner Lileana Blain-Cruz makes her Broadway directorial debut helming the production.
Tomás Matos, Yael "Yaya" Reich, Jayae Riley, Jr., Hennessy Winkler, and more talk the importance of visibility in this video message from Playbill.
Williamstown Theatre Festival gives out the award on behalf of the Anna L. Weissberger Foundation.
Beer-drinking theatre fans will soon be able to imbibe with a beverage honoring the Tony-winning jukebox musical.
Ross recently returned to the Tony-winning musical at the Music Box Theatre for a limited engagement.
This week, Seth raises funds for Ukraine with Broadway favorites and familiar performers through Stars in the House telethon.
Zi Alikhan will direct Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig's murder mystery Off-Broadway.
The production was originally slated to run in 2020 but cancelled due to the shutdown days ahead of its scheduled start.
The Ars Nova production has extended through May 15.
The Obie winner's previous works include Paper Armor, Six Minutes, and The History of Light.
The play has rarely been performed on professional stages since its 1966 premiere.
Directed by Stori Ayers, the Signature production plays The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre.
The jukebox biomusical tracking the rise of the '50s doo-wop group is currently running in London's West End, starring Beverley Knight.
The new audio dramas will star Cesar J. Rosado, Lance Coadie Williams, Marcia Jean Kurtz, Randy Danson, and more.
The new work, a portrait of the iconic and controversial Eva “Evita” Perón, is part of New York City Center's Dance Festival.
Bartlett Sher will again direct the classic Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe musical.