LaTanya Richardson Jackson and Samuel L. Jackson hosted the event for their The Piano Lesson colleague.
The Wicked star raises her voice for her upcoming children's book encouraging kids to do the same.
Tony winners James Lapine and Susan Stroman will speak with Boritt on his new book Transforming Space Over Time.
Listen to an excerpt from the 2003 tome that charts the creation of the Stephen Sondheim-James Goldman-Harold Prince musical Follies.
The one-day-only benefit performance will take the form of an afternoon tea with the series crusaders.
The Tony Award-winning actor and writer will also have signed copies of the book available at the Union Square Barnes and Noble event.
The three-time Tony Award honoree penned the book in collaboration with journalist Patrick Pacheco.
From the letters of Oscar Hammerstein II to a Grease tell-all, these upcoming releases are filled with sizzling stories from the Broadway stage.
Relax in the new grass with a memoir by Come From Away's Sharon Wheatley or perhaps an anthology of plays written and translated by Chinese playwright Stan Lai.
Theatre lovers can now shop at the New York theatrical icon in-person and online.
Lapine's book, Putting It Together, excavates the creative process behind the Pulitzer Prize–winning Sondheim musical.
Fierstein's memoir I Was Better Last Night is now available.
Scribner is re-issuing the book with an additional poem never before seen in print or on stage.
The four-time Tony winner celebrates his new tome with several appearances, both in person and virtual.
I Was Better Last Night will be released March 1, the same day as the free event.
The three-time Tony Award honoree is working on a book with journalist Patrick Pacheco.
There’s plenty to cozy up with this season, including The Phantom of the Opera graphic novel, a Lorraine Hansberry biography, and more.
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