"Judy Garland" We Need a Little Christmas features musical direction by Steve Orich.
Kristin Chenoweth, Betty Who, and Alex Newell joined Bean for the one-night-only concert at Harlem’s famed venue.
Conceived and directed by Scott Wittman, the three-time Tony winner's latest concert act features musical direction by Joseph Thalken.
The original score by Carey Sharpe, Dru Decaro, Erin Boehme, and Adam “snake” Kobylarz immerses audiences into a gothic nightclub where vampires mingle with the living.
The evening at the Kennedy Center will include songs from the worlds of Broadway, Motown, R&B, folk, and soul.
Directed by Lonny Price and Matt Cowart, the one-night-only concert featuring a 30-piece orchestra will pay tribute to the legendary duo.
Full casting has been revealed for the upcoming concert presentation of the new musical.
The Tony winning composer, known for Ragtime, Once On This Island, and more, graduated from the Cincinnati institution.
Kristin Chenoweth, Betty Who, and Alex Newell will join Bean for the one-night-only concert at Harlem’s famed venue.
The short-lived 1988 gangster musical Legs Diamond lives again.
The concert version of the Broadway musical plays the Eventim Apollo.
The evening with the Tony nominee will also be live streamed.
Michael Weber will direct the Pulitzer Prize-winning Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine musical.
Ticket proceeds from the evening will support the production of a movie musical featuring Tallahassee students.
The all-star concert evening will also feature Audra McDonald, Marisha Wallace, Aaron Tveit, and more.
The Phantom of the Opera and Candide star's performance will broadcast live.
The West End favorite will play Cadogan Hall.
Surrender: An Andrew Lloyd Webber Thrill Ride will also be live streamed.
The manga was previously adapted into a 22-part anime television series and a live-action film.
The evenings will celebrate the zaniness of the holiday movie genre with a host of Christmas favorites.
The concert, featuring the American Pops Orchestra, was filmed in Washington, D.C., in May.
The showcase of transgender and nonbinary musical theatre performers is presented at Caveat.
The Tony winner will appear in Bean's one-night-only concert at Harlem’s famed venue.
The Broadway favorite will return to the famed jazz club with her annual holiday show.
Christopher J. Hanke will host the fundraising event at the Tower Theatre in Oregon.
The acclaimed impersonator—reportedly Rivers' favorite—will celebrate the late comedian's 90th birthday November 25.
The Tony winner, currently on Broadway in Hadestown, returns to the Manhattan cabaret for a series of concerts.
The Off-Broadway company is currently hosting the world premiere of Keys' autobiographical jukebox musical Hell's Kitchen.
The internationally renowned soprano is touring her holiday show before she stars in the Australian production of Sunset Boulevard.
"Judy Garland" We Need a Little Christmas will play Carnegie Hall in December.
The Mexican performer sang songs by Stephen Sondheim, David Yazbek, Steven Lutvak, and more.
Reichard will bring Mr. Christmas! to the Cutting Room.
The Nine original cast member has previously offered two sold-out performances of the concert at the NYC cabaret venue.
The Mexican performer will sing songs by Stephen Sondheim, David Yazbek, Steven Lutvak, and more.
The Tony winner has titled her latest solo show Little Career of Horrors.
The short-lived 1988 gangster musical Legs Diamond will live again.
The Tony winners are backed by the New York Pops, conducted by Steven Reineke.
Flint Repertory Theatre presents staged concerts of the classic Howard Ashman-Alan Menken musical.
Callaway made her Broadway debut in the original production of Sondheim's Merrily We Roll Along.
My Favorite Things will celebrate the iconic duo's 80th anniversary at Theatre Royal Drury Lane December 12.
The new musical is directed by Madsie Flynn.
The fifth annual event, sponsored by Gilead Sciences, benefited Broadway Cares.
Navidad en Familia will be presented free of charge.
Lourds Lane's musical follows a comic book artist who finds self-love through her superheroine characters.
Both Broadway stars are performing concerts this season at Carnegie Hall.
Who will appear in Bean's one-night-only concert at Harlem’s famed venue.
The six-time Tony winner will perform evenings in Perth, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Adelaide.
The one-night-only performance will play New York's The Town Hall.
The evening will be a fundraiser for the Manchester venue, with theatre founder Joseph Houston at the helm.
The inaugural Mazzoni Center Honors event is held at the Kimmel Center.
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