"Be the Change" invites U.K. schools to take part in the competition inspired by the musical's "For Good."
"We are witnessing not just attacks on expression but attacks on existence," says the stage actor and stage managers' union.
The Connecticut institution will become a hotbed for new work this March.
Formerly of Atlanta's Alliance Theatre, Miles will work alongside Artistic Director Diane Paulus at the Massachusetts company.
The program supports early career playwrights and facilitates industry relationships.
Tony Kushner is producing the evening for 92NY.
The property features music by Michael Giacchino and Bobby Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez.
The upcoming release follows three seasons of Kushner's podcast Dear Multi-Hyphenate.
After a holiday high and a spate of show closings, cumulative grosses fell to $25.8 million.
The change is made possible through a $1.2 million grant from the Mellon Foundation.
The awards honor the 2022-2023 season on Broadway and Off-Broadway.
Douglas Lyons founded the developmental branch of The Directors Company.
The scholarship honors the late Broadway artist who made her debut in In the Heights.
The program sends kids and teens to Broadway for free, with accompanying restaurant discounts and special in-theatre activites.
Peters will perform in place of Kelli O'Hara, who has tested positive for COVID and is no longer able to headline the evening.
Joe Barros will direct the latest work from Paradise Square's Larry Kirwan.
Smith comes to the Off-Broadway company after a tenure at Manhattan School of Music.
The Oscar Hammerstein II-Jerome Kern musical’s copyright has expired, and we’re digging into what that means.
With shows closing, cumulative grosses fell to just under $34 million.
Bruce Johnson will direct the solo play with music.
The prize awards $100,000 to a promising librettist and lyricist working in the American musical theatre.
Evan Rachel Wood is reportedly in talks to join Golden Globe winner Seyfried in the musical adaptation of the 1991 film.
The company has been at the helm of Broadway's big night out since 2003.
The tuition-free program supports aspiring producers of color throughout the theatre industry.
Deborah Yarchun's new play follows a father and daughter as tensions rise on the eve of a hurricane.
Grove has been with the nonprofit for 48 years.
Ken-Matt Martin will serve as interim artistic director while a national search seeks a successor.
The Gansevoort Street rehearsal space is fully ADA-compliant and will be available to artists working with New Ohio Theatre, Rattlestick Theater, HERE, and IndieSpace.
The first full week of 2023 took cumulative Broadway season grosses past $1 billion.
Maso has been with the Boston company for more than four decades.
The fellowship program provides participants with financial and project support, as well as mentorship and networking opportunities.
Formerly with Pasadena Playhouse, the administrator and producer will join alongside new Artistic Director Justin Waldman.
He shared plans to return to commercial producing and development, including a West End production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch.
The new musical will be presented at the New York Public Library for Performing Arts at Lincoln Center.
Alex Sanchez will direct the industry readings of the new musical based on Dante's Inferno.
The nonprofit previously announced the launch along with its 2023 Mentorship Program.
Morita is the inaugural recipient of the organization's new grant.
Audiences flocked to Broadway shows the week between Christmas and New Year's, delivering the best week on Broadway since before the pandemic.
Following financial struggles and a cyberattack halting ticket sales, The Metropolitan Opera is re-evaluating how it operates, both artistically and commercially.
Overall, the holiday week's reduced schedule led to a dip in receipts on the Main Stem.
President Biden is expected to sign the bill, which in total allocates $1.7 trillion in funds.
Professionally known as Grill and Chowder, the duo are being honored for their unproduced musical How the White Girl Got Her Spots and Other 90s Trivia.
The theatrical union has released a statement announcing that all required Equity auditions must be held in-person in the new year.
The playwright's Public Obscenities will soon make its world premiere at Soho Rep.
The Tony-winning regional theatre launches the program with The Snow Goose by Scott Gilmour and Claire MacKenzie, and Little Miss Perfect by Joriah Kwamé.
The new offering will support playwrights, composers, lyricists, and librettists throughout the United States.
Current star Lea Michele has helped the Broadway revival break the all-time house record at the August Wilson Theatre.
The Pulitzer-winning Stephen Adly Guirgis play made its world premiere Off-Broadway in 2014.
The new agreement raises actors' wages, expands paid sick leave, and more.
Mayor Eric Adams and Department of Cultural Affairs Commissioner Laurie Combo have announced $58 million in awards for 1,070 organizations.
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