The concert will raise funds to support the families and communities affected by the Maui wildfires.
The two-time Tony winner previously starred in the hit Off-Broadway revival of Ashman and Menken's Little Shop of Horrors.
Also, watch Nick Rashad Burroughs sing "Last Stop" from the show.
Listen to renditions of "Popular," "Defying Gravity," "For Good," and more in the NPR series.
The concert, part of the weekend's Curtain Up Festival, featured performances by Linedy Genao, Andréa Burns, Javier Ignacio, and more.
Her latest concert series is called Jazz & Piano, which focuses on jazz standards and showtunes from the Great American Songbook.
The six-time Grammy Award winner will record a live album during the concert.
Beyond theatre, you can also take in world-class vocal performances, singing classic tunes that you know and love.
Many actors from the Broadway company will join hosts Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley.
The evening will celebrate the release of Jaime Lozano & The Familia: Songs by an Immigrant Vol. 2.
Etheridge will be presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award during the concert at Sony Hall.
The benefit concert will be directed by Brenda Braxton with music direction by Seth Rudetsky.
The 2nd annual New Jersey concert, featuring music direction by Louis Danowsky, is free to the public.
The two artists replace the previously announced Jeremy Jordan and Elizabeth Stanley.
Everybody Rise! is curated by Robert Longbottom and Kevin Stites, and conducted by Stites.
The queer parody musical is written by the American Theatre Wing’s Jonathan Larson Grant winner Joel B. New.
The Napa Valley nonprofit will pair theatrical talent with world class wines for the summer series.
The Oscar winner recently took her solo show to Lincoln Center and yes, she did perform her viral BAFTAs rap.
In April, Schiff will lead the NY Phil as a conductor and a soloist.
The self-professed Mashup Queen prepares for her upcoming Authenticity concert at Lincoln Center and reflects on the last couple of years.
The annual in-person MCC Theater gala event, inviting Broadway performers to step outside their usual type, will also be available for streaming.
The fan-favorite annual fundraiser queers the musical theatre canon by gender-flipping Broadway show tunes.
It has partnered with the Interlochen Center for the Arts to present LIBERATION, dedicated to Black artists and social justice.
Dylan Mulvaney’s Day 365 Live! will benefit The Trevor Project.
The concert will honor Mixner's contributions to the theatre community and LGBTQ+ advocacy.
The venue will allow audiences and artists to get up close and personal like never before.
The 50th anniversary concert, directed by original company member Walter Willison, will feature Tony winner John Rubinstein.
The evening will be directed by Noah Himmelstein with musical direction by Lee Musiker.
The Tony winner will join the New York Pops for a one-night-only concert.
The presentation will feature songs from several of Brett Macias' musicals in development.
Excerpts of the work by Grammy nominee Angel Lam and Richard Caliban will be presented at Merkin Hall.
Four performances of the Tony-winning musical are being presented at the Melbourne Town Hall.
Devanand Janki will direct and choreograph the concerts later this month in Flint, Michigan.
The annual show benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and stars a roster of Broadway favorites.
The 30-minute concert version of Chase Peacock and Jessica De Maria's new musical is open to the public.
Shaun Kerrison will direct the concert staging of the musical penned by Victoria Buchholz and Todd Buchholz.
The one-night-only benefit concert, directed by Scott Ellis, plays the American Airlines Theatre.
Christopher Renshaw directs the September 19-20 industry readings of the new musical about the life of the late jazz legend Louis Armstrong.
The Broadway by the Year concert showcases the work of Susan Stroman, Andy Blankenbuehler, Sergio Trujillo, and more.
Dennis Whitehead Darling directs with choreography by Chris Bell.
Two concerts will be held at 54 Below to raise funds for the Phantom of the Opera star.
Audra McDonald, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Vanessa Williams, and more were scheduled to perform at A Night to Remember.
The celebrated crooner will launch his new tour in November in Pennsylvania.
The evening is part of Seth Rudetsky's Broadway concert series, hosted and music-directed by Seth Rudetsky.
Dennis Whitehead Darling will direct with choreography by Chris Bell.
Chad Austin will direct the evening with choreography by Deidre Goodwin and musical direction by Nick Wilders.
The one-night-only benefit concert, directed by Scott Ellis, will play the American Airlines Theatre.
The Tony-winning musical will be presented at the Alexandra Palace Theatre in November.
We're hitting the virtual road to check out shows across America that should not be missed, from Broadway-bound new musicals to regional theatre production with Main Stem stars.
Ricky Allan and Kieran Lynn's musical plays London's Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
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